3 Design Shows to See This Month

This Month's Design Menu.

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New York | "Patrick Jouin: From Kitchen to Table" at the Museum of Arts and Design | For his first U.S. solo show, Philippe Starck protégé Patrick Jouin—who recently redesigned the restaurants inside the Eiffel Tower—will create a food-themed multimedia installation. No reservations required. November 9 to February 6; madmuseum.org

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San Francisco | "How Wine Became Modern: Design Wine 1976 to Now" at SFMOMA | Designed by architectural firm Diller Scofidio Renfro, this exhibition investigates where the wine world intersects with design, art, and architecture. It may be the hottest ticket for oenophiles since Sideways. November 20 to April 17; sfmoma.org

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Philadelphia | "Alessi: Ethical and Radical" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art | More than 200 designers (including Michael Graves and Ron Arad) have collaborated with the Italian kitchen-gadgeteer Alessi since the fifties; this show puts their finest work on display. November 21 to April 10; philamuseum.org

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