ICFF NYC 2015: The Designs on the Spotlight

The 27th annual ICFF, North America’s platform for global design, will map the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, May 16-19, 2015.

North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, the ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopedic exhibition of up-to-the-moment offerings, as well as a series of fascinating, fun, edifying programs, and a packed schedule of exhibits and features.

Tronk Design – Hudson Side Table – Walnut with InlayGreen

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Tronk is a Cincinnati based furniture company that prides itself on their unique designs, the quality of the materials used, as well as the craftsmanship. Each item is handmade, and inspected to ensure that customers receive only the finest products Tronk has to offer and to guarantee our products will last a lifetime, and longer.

We seek out lumber with inconsistencies in grain color because they provide uniqueness to our products. A tree takes decades to form and that fact should never be forgotten. The result is that no two items are ever identical.

Paper Mills – Desert Rose – Waterall

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PAPER MILLS has been making fine custom hand block printed wallpaper to the trade for 10 years. Our paper is suitable for high traffic areas and has been used in hotel settings, shops and restaurants.

We mix all of our inks by hand per order making custom color an easy option for us, just provide us with the fabric or color swatch to match. We also have had a lot of success turning your custom print ideas into reality. We have manufactured wallpaper lines for private label clients as well kept our own offerings current and up to date.

Molo – Benchwall

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Molo, based in Vancouver, Canada, is a collaborative design and production studio led by Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen.

The molo studio is dedicated to the research of materials and the exploration of space making. As a design and manufacturing company, molo creates and distributes its unique and innovative products to clients around the world. Recognized for poetic beauty and pragmatic innovation, molo’s products have received numerous international awards and are part of museum and gallery collections worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

Pablo Designs – UMA Sound Lantern – Light that can transform any environment

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Pablo’s designs have been propelled to the forefront of American contemporary lighting by an uncompromising devotion to simplicity and utility. By fusing the highest technical sensibilities with the most appropriate material palette, Pablo is able to create unique, timeless designs with the power to transform any environment. Pablo was founded in San Francisco in 1993 by Venezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo. Embracing a less-is-more ideology, Pablo frequently challenges traditional design metaphors, developing more practical solutions distilled down to their essence, form and light.

Explore our pinterest board for more inspirations. Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting choices.

The Good Flock – Aurora Lamp

 

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The products they make can be buried in your backyard. They are made of wholesome things that won’t hurt the earth or trees or worms, even the mean ones.

They believe that real craftspeople (artists who use their own hands) create better things. And they’d like to think their products, which they ask us not to bury in our backyard, are proof.

 

 

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