It was my first time at the Cooper Hewitt Museum. I enjoyed their development of their interactive wand where you can store information and works that you can access through your temporary personal website printed on your ticket, which of course I lost. I was able to create some 3D drawings through their interactive tables and save them. The exhibits right now include Pixar animations where I was able to just sit down and draw Merida from Disney's "Brave" movie. It showed the process of how Pixar comes up with their designs and stories. David Adjaye, who I met a few years back, also had an exhibit on his Central African textile picks. Other exhibits include "How Posters Work" and other curated architectural furniture, models and drawings.
Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio was the star of the show taking up one whole floor full of their experimental, conceptual, upcoming and built works. All the models and prototypes you could wish for form the London-based firm are available for viewing at the exhibit. Their information brochure can be obtained from the large spool located at the entry point as seen in the video above. It ends on January 3, 2016 so catch it while you can. For more information about the exhibit, click here.