Thom Filicia is consolidating his design empire into Sedgwick & Brattle, a recently opened showroom in the New York Design Center. 2,000 square feet is dedicated to his expanding home collection, and the new headquarters of Thom Filicia Inc. is just behind. "I wanted an accessible space where we could show designers and clients all the things that we're working on," says Filicia.
In other news, an artist attempts to 3D print herself, and check out a website that digitizes forgotten books. See the headlines after the jump.
• Thom Filicia shares concept behind Sedgwick & Brattle | The Editor at Large
• An Artist Attempts To 3-D Copy And Print Herself | Co.Design
• Forgotten Books, Discovered | HuffPost Home