Antenna Design: Why Two Minds Think Faster Than One

About this presentation

Husband-and-wife team Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger have thrived as creative partners, designing everything from New York subway cars to a Knoll furniture line. Scott Belsky (Behance) and Josh Rubin (Cool Hunting) chat with the duo about what makes for a great partner and the advantages of teaming up
– for instance: faster thinking, productive friction, and more creative firepower.

About Antenna Design

Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger co-founded Antenna Design New York Inc. in 1997. Antenna’s design projects range from public and commercial to experimental and artistic, typically spanning object, interface, and environment.

Among their best known projects are the design of the New York City subway cars and ticket vending machines and the Bloomberg displays. In 2006, Antenna received the United States Artists Target Fellowship in the Architecture and Design Category. In 2008, Antenna won the National Design Award in Product Design.



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