Yeohlee Teng

Cooper-Hewitt: 2007 National Design Awards - Jury Panel


Jurors of the 2007 National Design Awards discussed the selection process and revealed this year's winners and finalists. The jury panel brought together a diverse group of design leaders: Michael Gabellini, Principal, Gabellini Sheppard Associates; Reed Kroloff, Dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture; Yeohlee Teng, Founder and Owner of Yeohlee Inc.; Stephen Burks, Principal and founder of Readymade Projects; James Wines, Founder of SITE and Professor of architecture at Penn State University.
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Voices in American Fashion


Last night at Cooper-Hewitt, Washington Post Style Editor Robin Givhan lead a conversation with past National Design Award Winners Francisco Costa (Women’s Creative Director of Calvin Klein Collection), Yeohlee Teng, and Maria Cornejo about their work and the role of fashion in contemporary culture. 
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Flowing Forms


Design Watch Members of the Museum had a preview of the 2010 New York International Automobile Show this week. Phil Patton led the group – he’s the design critic and author who knows lots about whatever moves you and writes the Wheels blog for NYTimes.com.
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