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Celebrating Marc Newson, The Master Of Futuristic Minimalism We happen to know what industrial designer Marc Newson’s home looks like. Newson, who once told the New York Times, "the future isn’t futuristic anymore," put his décor where is mouth is and outfitted his London flat with a dose of futuristic minimalism that’s carefully countered by warmer touches, like classic moldings and a deer antler chandelier. Those kind of domestic touches go out the window in the new Marc Newson: At Home exhibit, now up at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It’s classic Jetsonian Newson, totally unbridled.