The ICFF in New York has just wrapped, we take a look at some of the latest noteworthy releases.
May 24th, 2019
One the many key dates on the tradeshow circuit is the New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF). And there was plenty of new stuff on show to report on.
Representing Australia with aplomb, Melbourne-based furniture and lighting designer Ross Gardam put on a much-anticipated show for ICFF 2019. Ross showcased a selection of his signature products including the Oak pendant, the Nebulae and the newly released Hemera Desk Lamp designed for New Volumes, among other things.
Plate by Studio David Thulstrup features metal fronts with a stainless steel countertop. Variations are available in chocolate and glossy white but the star is the brushed metal. The palette and materiality feel contemporary and slick, perfect for the minimalist home.
Frame is an elegant and carefully detailed expression, designed by Note Design Studio. Options come in a dark oak panelling, or powder blue or white. The key feature of Frame is its slimline, bevelled borders.
The final presentation from Reform at ICFF 2019 is Match, designed by Muller Van Severen. This colourful creation brings a sense of playfulness with a selection of saturated coloured panels, paired with a marble countertop.
Terry Crews presented the Becca Seating Collection at ICFF 2019, which is the third time, the former NFL player and actor has designed for Bernhardt Design. The range includes tailored sofas, a settee and club chairs all inspired by transitional architecture. Each piece is distinctive for it sculptural form with continuous lines.
With exhibitions as part of the satellite NYCxDESIGN, Ventura Projects once again put on a showcase of the latest in Dutch design and innovation.
The show included a range of pieces from biotech to art made from food. Some interesting inclusions were Aleksandra Gaca’s architectural 3D-woven textiles, and Studio Lilian van Daal presented 3D-printed furniture.
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