This casual lounge area made of modular units that zip together to form a sectional, designed by Studio: twenty-something, winners of Bernhardt's Emerging Talent award. Paired with nice leather handle details on the backs, the units are also super portable.
At Collective Design, we enjoyed an immersive furniture installation by Print All Over Me and Various Projects called Block Party. Each of the pieces is made from fabric printed with images taken of the sky.
While checking out &Tradition we fell in love with this deep chartreuse velvet sofa by Arne Jacobsen! Jaime Hayon side tables complete the look.
The young RISD grads of Greycork are making great and affordable flatpack designs.
At Collective Design, Patrick Parrish gallery showcased Ian Stell's flexible furniture designs.
New lighting and mirrors by Sabine Marcelis (featured in June's Young Guns) at Etage Projects' booth.
At Collective Design, we made our way to Cranbrook Academy's student booth. We were exicted to see this swirling, hand-sanded bench by student Austin Swick. Super comfortable, inviting, and it certainly encouraged interaction.
This table by Levi Murphy is made with sharp angular shapes. The materials might be very raw and industrial, but it is executed with a solid finish.
This year, Anglepoise launched their first outdoor collection. The primary update to their classic light is that it now can endure the natural elements.
The Moscow-based interiors studio Crosby Studios exhibited their first foray into furniture design at Sight Unseen.
Semihandmade collaborated with a number of artists for a collection they exhibited at ICFF.
Pillows, textiles, and bedding by Dusen Dusen.
Apparatus had a distinct ICFF presence—a “booth” that was really a window-like enclosure framing rich, brass fixtures, like Circuit. They also launched a pair of marble coffee tables and celebrated the opening of their new studio and showroom.
This shelving system by the Los Angeles-based Norma! is flat-packed, modular, and requires no hardware.
David Weeks Studio debuted the OTTO collection last week in honor of the designer's 20th anniversary.