National Design Triennial  NOV 16 2003

With the cold weather officially here in NYC, there's few better ways to spend a weekend afternoon than to sample one of the city's many museums. Yesterday, Meg and I went to see the Design Triennial (catalog) at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. The curators did a nice job in highlighting good, solid, creative work, avoiding the temptation to include pieces that might have been highly creative but have yet to prove themselves useful in the world (this was a design *review* after all).

The Triennial runs until January 25, 2004; I recommend checking it out should you find yourself in NYC between now and then.

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