Last night, we made our way to Tribeca to the opening of Collective Design Fair, which celebrates its fifth anniversary with the best show to this day. The choice of reducing the space in the favor of a new floor plan proves to be a successful, and the combination of showcases by galleries with special curated exhibitions makes the Fair a multifaceted event, which is fresh, interesting and worth visiting over and over again. It was a great way to see the regular galleries along with new participants from across the globe, showcasing masterpieces of modern and contemporary design. The Fair is recognizing Mattia Bonetti as the 2017 Collective Influence Honoree with a wonderful exhibition curated by Glenn Adamson and presented by David Gill, presenting the various aspects of Benetti’s work spanning much of his career. The Isamu Noguchi Museum presents an exhibition of Noguchi along with pieces by Robert Stadler, representing the new efforts by the Museum to collaborate with contemporary artists. Above: Tables by Phillippe Hiquily presented by Leclaireur.