Snarkitecture is a design and architecture firm based out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. But to think of them within this construct would be superficial and probably a little insulting. They are the embodiment of the effects of intersectionality—the notion that all ideas, art, and human behavior are interconnected. They focus on experiential design, on user experience, while implementing architectural practices into everyday objects—mirrors, shelves, and tables. They also do installations, for museums, local arts events, and window displays at Calvin Klein.
A lot of their work looks like fragmented glaciers. They are also clearly obsessed with the color white.
By: David Plick