Snarkitecture was formally created in 2008 by architectural masterminds and friends Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen. Often working within existing structures, the Brooklyn-based architecture firm works to confront viewers with what they know and make it entirely new. Take Why Patterns, for example, where the duo takes something as straightforward as a table tennis ball and creates a spectacular performance alongside Jonah Bokaer's choreographed dancers. Even Snarkitecture's furniture plays with our ideas of a traditional table or lamp.

For New York Fashion Week, Snarkitecture collaborated with En Noir on their SS '14 stage design. Tomorrow, the architectural firm is having an opening for their collaboration with Chromeo called The White Room. We can't wait to see what else Snarkitecture has on deck for this fall, and we're awaiting an announcement for what they might be doing at Art Basel Miami. Get to know the architects that will soon be on everyone's radar with The Art Evolution of Snarkitecture.

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