Total recap of the ICFF 2012 in New York
All the trends from ICFF 2012
The ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopaedic 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. New York Design Week spans the whole city, and includes offsite extravaganzas like WantedDesign, Sight Unseen and Relative Space’s Danish or Don’t with a trail of designers in there path. The whole event was buzzing with creative energy and brilliant design and it’s definitely an event not to be missed.
Lladró had some beautiful new lamps, vases and containers that look like they have eyes.
Studio Dunn introduced a geometric vase using flag symbols and these brass dishes.
Mary Wallis’s lamps that go from simple to slightly deconstructed to completely exploded.
Ojects by Jamie Harris.
Symbol Audio launched its brand new line of modern audio cabinets and LP storage.
Pablo Designs had a fantastic colorful chandelier in their booth this year.
Lindsey Adelman launched new pieces including sconces with hanging glass icicles.
Satco. Geometric hanging lights and sconces, some even had moveable parts.
Vim & Vigor’s SF Lamp series.
Hand woven paper lamps by Tomomi Sayuda.
Colorful anglepoise lamps from Tse & Tse.
Cute ice cream cone lights from Alex Garnett.
Designer Todd Bracher partnered with 3M Architectural Markets to create Lightfalls.
David Trubridge Displayed more large-scale fixtures that feature his signature geometric cutout designs.
Avram Rusu Studio debuted their new Confetti and Confetti Glass Lighting Collection
François Chambard, the founder of UM Project, displayed a series of playful lamps called Craft System
Furniture by Debra Folz that featured hand pleated fabrics.
Silhouette chair by Zorine Design
Fun bench from Quadrante Design
Enormous Lego chair from Alessandro Jordão debuted as part of the “Fresh from Brasil” exhibit.
Necklace from Rosely Kasumi, another piece from “Fresh from Brasil”
Necklace from Camila Lovisaro, more from “Fresh from Brasil”
Part of the VOOS exhibit, these industrial light fixtures by Work and Design were beautiful.
Geodes by Elyse Graham
Knit Fort by Matt Gagnon
Chandelier by Taidgh O’Neill
Valets by Steven Shein
Hood Sconce by Brendan Ravenhill
Sonos Listening Library
Wool Cinder Block by Tanya Aguiñiga
Rope Lights by Tanya Aguiñiga
Sprue Candelabra by Gregory Buntain & Ian Collings / Fort Standard; Le Chaise Grotesque #2 by Hernan Diaz-Alonso
Volume 60-10-12-3-12 by Dror
Trove’s Chroma wallpaper
Thanks to: Unplggd, Designboom, Design Milk, WantedDesign, Sight Unseen and the ICFF