Annabelle Selldorf 


The German-born, New York–based designer and architect cut her teeth doing spaces for Manhattan’s art-world elite, becoming synonymous with the sleek simplicity of the white-box Chelsea gallery. But in just the last couple years, she’s begun to emerge as something more. Selldorf’s newly unveiled design for the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and her nearly-complete 10 Bond condominium in Manhattan, show how the architect can deftly modulate from her low-key default setting to create a subtle and sublime poetics of light, form, and space. 



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