Wallpaper* Handmade 2015: Eat me! Drink me! Tell me that you love me!

Fabrica has used some of Calico’s sumptuous coverings to rethink the humble lunch box: Tomomi Maezawa’s Sculptural Lunch is wrapped in ‘Willow Celeste’ wallpaper and held together by a thin wire structure, while Mariana Fernandes’ Wrapping Food uses marbled wallpaper to emphasise the shape of a traditional lunch of ham and cheese…

New York Times T Magazine: The Top 10 Moments from Salone del Mobile 2015

Also at Rossana Orlandi, the Brooklyn wallpaper studio Calico debuted a new collaboration with the Amsterdam studio BCXSY, called Inverted Spaces, for which they used as source material Hubble Telescope photos downloaded from NASA’s free image bank…

New York Times T Magazine: New Talent, New Work

Nick Cope, 32, and his wife Rachel, 33, founded Calico Wallpaper when Hurricane Sandy left them both out of work — and with enough free time to develop a technique for marbleizing large-scale papers…

Architectural Digest: Neil Patrick Harris Home

At their smartly renovated Harlem townhouse, actors Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka create a dashing sanctuary for raising their young family and hosting friends…

Sight Unseen: Calico Wallpaper at Villa Lena

A couple before they were partners in design, Nick Cope and Rachel Mosler founded Calico Wallpaper together two years ago in the wake of Hurricane Sandy…

New York Times: Rocking the Palazzo

Mudejar tiles, the appetites of Francis Cardinal Spellman and a colossal sculpture by Ron Arad made from a whorl of steel rods that cost more than $1 million are just a few of the colliding, often ravishing visions now on view in the elegant spaces that once held the Urban Center in the Villard Housesat Madison Avenue and 51st Street — the home, for the next month, of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House…