Observation plays a big role in Portuguese designer Leonor Antunes’s work, which is informed by her surroundings and especially by the juxtaposition of architecture and craft. Her varied practice—a mixture of sculpture, metalwork, and weaving—is a testament to the multidimensional way that Antune likes to respond to her environment. The artist will soon work her magic in an upcoming solo show at New York’s New Museum, her site-specific sculptures swallowing the lobby. Those eager to see her newest pieces can find them at Galleri Feldt’s booth, where the artist is unveiling graphic lamps made out of perforated powder-coated steel. The tube-shaped lights are sized to the height of the artist and her daughter, so that they fit inside each other—a perfect pairing.