The Most Colorful City

In recent months, pop-up and installation museums have become the summer’s go-to for museumgoers, millennials, and design enthusiasts. This summer, the Instagram-famous Color Factory will take New York by storm for the first time in August. Color Factory is a collaborative experiential exhibit designed to awaken audiences to the everyday yet brilliant presence of color.

Why are we talking about Color Factory? Just ask any interior designer: they’ll tell you that color is one of the most important ways to change the look and feel of a space.

“For interior designers color is such an important design tool,” said NYSID Professor, Francisco De Leon. “It can make a space feel large or small, warm or cool, relaxing or stimulating. For me, it is key in making a design successful and a space that people enjoy.”

While you wait for details for the Color Factory, check out Manhattan Color Walk, a special installation at the Cooper Hewitt museum, on New York’s Upper East Side.

Want to check out more happenings in New York City and stay inside on those hot summer days? Visit Hide & Seek by Dream Combine at MoMA PS1 or stop by the MET museum for an exploration of the work of Thomas Chippendale, the most famous cabinetmaker of his day.

 

Phyllis Greer