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One of our most experimental projects, for internet ad agency The Barbarian Group, has been featured on the cover of Interior Design’s May issue! After a challenging design and CNC production process of building the monolithic 1,100-foot desk, the Superdesk went viral earlier this year in The New York Times, the New Yorker, and global webzines (the project currently has nearly 20,000 views on our Behance page). Interior Design covers its superdeskness in a great color spread.
Read the article here!

When you are invited to a Superdesk party, you go.

The Barbarian Group’s Superdesk was featured in the New Yorker (“Superdesk Party,” April 14), detailing Nick Paumgarten’s unique encounter with the endless table. The piece was accompanied a brilliant illustration by Tom Bachtell (a print of which is now displayed in CWA’s offices).

Read the article here!


Google was cubicle land when we started working for them.
At Design Indaba in February, Clive sat down with Dezeen and spoke about the imperative of moving away from cubicles and the importance of considering the interiors of buildings and the impact they have on the people who interact with them.
Read the interview at Dezeen here!

In February, in his home country of South Africa, Clive spoke about the importance of flexibility and openness in the ever-evolving workplace at Design Indaba 2014. A stellar cast of designers presented at the event attended by 2,000 people.
DesignIndabaTaking a break from left to right: Ravi Naidoo, festival organizer, Thomas Heatherwick from the UK, Stefan Sagmeister and Clive from the US, and Michel Rojkind from Mexico
Read about Clive’s talk at Design Indaba here, and watch the video below:

Clive will be speaking at the prestigious Design Indaba Conference in his hometown of Cape Town, South Africa. The conference features venerable speakers from a vast array of creative areas, and will be Simulcast to five venues throughout South Africa.
Read Clive’s interview with Design Indaba, “The social agenda of buildings,” here.
Conference materials, a full list of speakers, and ticketing information can be found at