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Design People Predict 2017's Biggest Trends

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California Light And Space
"This 1960s art movement — which appropriated industrial materials like neon lights and cast acrylic into colorful, ethereal artworks—is why you’re starting to see so much colored glass, resin, and neon in design. It’s a good way to embrace minimalism without eschewing color," say the pair. "Some of the designers currently working in this style are Sabine Marcelis, Germans Ermics, and Giorgia Zanellato, among others."