After crafting a range of “installations, architecture, products and furniture,” the renowned New York design studio’s team has put together an authoritative retrospective of their work. Specifically, the new monograph will shine the spotlight on 70 different pieces and provide a thorough examination of the creative processes that bring Snarkitecture’s efforts to life. Arsham and Mustonen served as the book’s authors, while Maria Cristina Didero was responsible for its introduction.
Snarkitecture’s first monograph is scheduled to hit Amazon’s e-shelves on Monday, April 2.
Earlier this month, Snarkitecture’s founders and main artistic forces sat down with SSENSE for an insightful new feature.