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Preview the Standout Designs at ICFF 2019

The 2019 edition of ICFF is just around the corner. From Sunday, May 19 to Tuesday, May 21, ICFF will be open exclusively to trade professionals. New York City’s Javits Convention Center will host products by more than 900 exhibitors from over 60 countries in the high-end interiors space. With so much to see, Interior Design has selected a few standouts to preview ahead of the show. See 10 of them below.

Aboutwater by Boffi and Fantini

AK/25 fixture by Paik Sun Kim for Aboutwater by Boffi and Fantini. Booth 2163. Photography courtesy of Boffi and Fantini.

 

Boffi and Fantini‘s AK/25 fixture stands out for both its origami-inspired design and its innovation in the water-flow process.

arianeSké

Joy bar chair by Janine Hulsker for arianeSké. Booth 1827. Photography courtesy of arianeské. 

 

Dutch seating designer and manufacturer arianeSké began with a straightforward mission: to bring comfort back to high-end seating. The polished wooden backing of the Joy bar chair gives it a distinguished look.

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Bernhardt

Astra lounge chair by Cory Grosser for Bernhardt. Booths 1339 and 1325. Photography courtesy of Bernhardt.

 

Leave it to Cory Grosser to blend the best of precision—through geometric details and ease—in a curved silhouette. Grosser’s design of the Astra lounge chair for Bernhardt is suited to a variety of aesthetically different spaces.

 Brendan Ravenhill

Beam pendant from Brendan Ravenhill. Booth 857. Photography courtesy of Brendan Ravenhill.

 

Brendan Ravenhill‘s Beam light fixture responds to the efficiency and casting power of LED lighting with style. Beam makes use of bounced and refracted light to create a soft glow, in a strong linear silhouette.

Ceramics of Italy 

The Room collection by Imola Ceramica for Ceramics of Italy. Booths 2229-2325. Photography courtesy of Ceramics of Italy.

 

A distinguished collection of porcelain slabs, The Room collection by Imola Ceramica for Ceramics of Italy exudes drama and luxury. The four available patterns are inspired by exquisite marbles from three continents, with suitable applications ranging from flooring to walls and custom countertops. 

Kohler 

Sensate Touchless Kitchen Faucet with Kohler Konnect. Booth 2239. Photography courtesy of Kohler. 

 

A sleek, no-contact faucet is the stuff of culinary enthusiasts’ dreams. Kohler Konnect immerses users in experiential luxury, with the best of good design and intelligent technology.

Ocrúm

Orizon mirror by Ocrúm. Booth 1062. Photography courtesy of Ocrúm.

 

The Orizon mirror, part of Brooklyn-based design studio Ocrúm‘s debut collection, toes the line between art and functional decor. The rippled surface is evocative of a serene sea, and blends into a smooth colored sky.

Ross Gardam

Nebulae chandelier by Ross Gardam. Booth 1763. Photography by Ross Gardam. Photography © Hadyn Cattach.

 

Ross Gardam brings a redesigned version of his Nebulae chandelier to his eponymous design studio’s ICFF booth. The horizontal configuration is a new aspect of the chandelier’s design, and the uniquely-layered glass shows a highly original exploration of light’s diffusion.

Studio Henk

Co lounge chairs; 2.5 seat sofa (left) and single seat armchair (right) by Studio Henk. Booth 1827. Photography by Studio Henk.

 

The finishes of every piece offered by Studio Henk are fully customizable. The functional aesthetic of the Co lounge chair epitomizes modernism and, every detail, from the Kvadrat upholstery to the stain of the wood accents, can be changed to fit the mood of the space it’ll go into.

SkLO

Balance pendant by SkLO. Booth 957. Photography courtesy of SkLO.

 

The Balance pendant is emblematic of SkLO‘s emphasis on beauty and originality. The pendant’s soft curve and inherent asymmetry creates visual interest.

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21 Spring Product Favorites From High Point Market 2018

Global influencers, design-star collaborators, and emerging artisans converged this April at High Point Market, the biannual hunt-and-gather fest for the retail-residential set. Modular-minded upholstery, gilded lighting and architecturally inspired case goods were among the trends uncovered in, as the saying goes, A City Upon A Hill With The Eyes of the World Upon It.

1. Kamiya Furniture

Kamiya Furniture by Jeremy Kamiya. Photography courtesy of Kamiya Furniture. 

Newly relocated to the historic Union Square building, Mill Village Collective once again offered a curated assortment of design-oriented exhibitors, including first-timer Jeremy Kamiya, the Durham, North Carolina–based woodworker who crafts his dresser entirely from reclaimed teak—no screws or nails need apply.

2. Theodore Alexander

Theodore Alexander by Xander Noori. Photography courtesy of Theodore Alexander.

California designer Xander Noori’s 50-piece signature collection paired natural materials with modern, even futuristic silhouettes. He nods to the wealth and prosperity symbolized by pearls in Poise, a console with cerused oak top and oil-rubbed bronze finish base, its three doors finished in raw silk and pierced in circular patterns that illuminate when the internal LEDs are activated.

3. Soicher-Marin

Soicher-Marin by Hable Construction. Photography courtesy of Soicher-Marin.

On the cusp of its 20th anniversary, textile design house Hable Construction christens its latest diversification: a 68-piece wall art collection by cofounder Susan Hable. In addition to digitally printed portraits, collage prints, pen and ink drawings and watercolor prints, the print-on-canvas range includes Wish, the freeflowing lines crowned with a sunny punctuation mark.

4. Henredon

Henredon by David Kleinberg. Photography courtesy of Henredon.

Interior Design Hall of Fame member David Kleinberg approached his first-ever furniture collection as if designing for a private client, with no preconceptions or boundaries. Informed by Italian architects of the 1940’s and 1950’s, the resulting 40-piece collection is confident and clean lined, as illustrated by the Rene console in mahogany with travertine top and patinated nickel accents.

5. Baker

Baker by Laura Kirar. Photography courtesy of Baker Furniture.

Laura Kirar added another layer to her signature collection with 29 new pieces and 27 fresh fabrics. Toying with shape and scale, her Salone sofa is curvaceous and tightly tailored with contoured wood base and deliberately thin seat cushions.

6. Bernhardt

Bernhardt by Bernhardt Interiors. Photography courtesy of Bernhardt Interiors.

Art and architecture sparked the Bernhardt Interiors label’s spring collection, particularly evident in the Brutalist inspired Smithson credenza, the sleek leather Antoni chair, and the organic Circlet cocktail table, which consists of seven individual tabletops connected by a central base.

7. Bernhardt

Bernhardt by Bernhardt Interiors. Photography courtesy of Bernhardt Interiors.

But in a totally different direction, the manufacturer gets its Hygge on with Stanhope, a bed evoking cozy Danish minimalism, the frame and headboard snuggled in a sweater-like cover that’s constructed by weaving wool onto jute.

8. Arteriors

Arteriors by Celerie Kemble. Photography courtesy of Arteriors.

Celerie Kemble puts a pop spin on the market-wide trend toward gilding with the Calliope chandelier, its 150-plus stainless-steel discs dressed in antique brass to surround a frosted acrylic plate.

9. Vita Copenhagen

Vita Copenhagen by Tor Hadsund and Jonas Søndergaard. Photography courtesy of Vita Copenhagen.

The Danish design purveyor turned its sights on North America this year, culminating with a debut this spring in the popular Interhall section of the International Home Furnishings Center. Highlights include Tor Hadsund’s Reader armchair in solid oak, its sweeping profile echoed in Jonas Søndergaard’s Hang Out coffee table, conveniently slung with a two-sided leather and polyester bag to help harness clutter.

10. CUR8

CUR8 by Jasmine Jaco and Greg O’Neal. Photography courtesy of CUR8.

Co-founders Jasmine Jaco and Greg O’Neal corralled their globally sourced lines of healthy-smart products into an interactive display at the Design Legacy showroom titled Innovation Petting Zoo—the “pets” being products. Manufactured in Brooklyn from mushroom mycelium, Danielle Trofe’s MushLume collection includes the Trumpet pendant that’s organic, sustainable, and biodegradable.

11. Adriana Hoyos Furnishings

Adriana Hoyos Furnishings. Photography courtesy of Adriana Hoyos Furnishings.

The Columbia-born Ecuadorian delivers a double-dose of Latin American hospitality in Rumba, a multidimensional series featuring chic seating nestled in robust wood frames.

12. Kindel

Kindel by Jeffrey Roberts. Photography courtesy of Kindel Furniture.

In his first signature furniture series, Grand Rapids, Michigan–based designer Jeffrey Roberts pays homage to his father—a veteran of the Fisher Body plant in Detroit—with Gear, an industrial-style lamp table with leather inlaid top and a central pedestal composed of wooden discs that are customizable with various paint and finish options.

13. Natuzzi Italia

Natuzzi Italia by Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi. Photography courtesy of Natuzzi.

Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi straddle residential and contract sensibilities with equal authority in Kendo, a multilayered, modular seating system that’s equally fitting for living room or lobby.

14. Notre Monde

Notre Monde by Dawn Sweitzer. Photography courtesy of Notre Monde.

Founder Dawn Sweitzer opened her High Point studio to give marketgoers hands-on insight into her inspiration and processes. Back at market, in the manufacturer’s Interhall space, the spring lineup included a series of wood-trimmed mini trays, featuring swirls of color and gold leafing across the glass surfaces, in varieties such as Charcoal, Midnight Linear Circles, Midnight Raspberry Organic, and Gold Linear Circles.

15. Surya

Surya. Photography courtesy of Surya. 

Multicolored texture puts modern in the rough in Trailblazer, a machine-made rug in wool-nylon blend with the look and feel of hand-knotted construction.

16. Couture Jardin

Couture Jardin by Normand Couture. Photography courtesy of Couture Jardin.

The Flexi outdoor seating family by founder Normand Couture promises almost limitless configurations, as cushions and table surfaces are easily added, subtracted, or adjusted simply by employing the patented slot mechanisms.

17. Tempaper

Tempaper by Genevieve Gorder. Photography courtesy of Tempaper Designs.

Genevieve Gorder expands her collection of removable, environmentally friendly wallpaper with six self-adhesive patterns including New York Toile, a hybrid of French styling juxtaposed with iconic images from the city skyline.

18. Selva

Selva by Philip Selva. Photography courtesy of Selva.

The Philip Selva brand celebrates its 50th anniversary by welcoming Gatsby, Lorenzo Bellini’s whole-home collection that includes Excelsior, a solid cherry and beech bed with chrome accents distinguished by the trompe l’oeil effect of the upholstered headboard.

19. Maria Yee

Maria Yee. Photography courtesy of Maria Yee. 

Doubling down on its embrace of Lux, BASF’s plant-based, high-performance alternative to MDF, the manufacturer unveiled 1088, a collection tailored to small-space living. But even compact spaces can make room for the occasional flourish, in this case a playfully avian mobile.

20. Jaipur Living

Jaipur Living by Rachel Doriss. Photography courtesy of Rachel Doriss. 

Pollack design director Rachel Doriss and her team collaborated on a capsule collection of area rugs that included Scribe (front), which renders the randomness found in nature through hand-knotted wool, viscose, and cotton.

21. Roberta Schilling Collection

Roberta Schilling Collection. Photography courtesy of Roberta Schilling. 

Curating another season of naturally modern beauties, the Miami-based Brazilian designer showcased Pietra, a four-part cocktail table available in walnut or six varieties of oak, with 11 choices for the laminate tops.

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21 Spring Product Favorites From High Point Market 2018

Global influencers, design-star collaborators, and emerging artisans converged this April at High Point Market, the biannual hunt-and-gather fest for the retail-residential set. Modular-minded upholstery, gilded lighting and architecturally inspired case goods were among the trends uncovered in, as the saying goes, A City Upon A Hill With The Eyes of the World Upon It.

1. Kamiya Furniture

Kamiya Furniture by Jeremy Kamiya. Photography courtesy of Kamiya Furniture. 

Newly relocated to the historic Union Square building, Mill Village Collective once again offered a curated assortment of design-oriented exhibitors, including first-timer Jeremy Kamiya, the Durham, North Carolina–based woodworker who crafts his dresser entirely from reclaimed teak—no screws or nails need apply.

2. Theodore Alexander

Theodore Alexander by Xander Noori. Photography courtesy of Theodore Alexander.

 

California designer Xander Noori’s 50-piece signature collection paired natural materials with modern, even futuristic silhouettes. He nods to the wealth and prosperity symbolized by pearls in Poise, a console with cerused oak top and oil-rubbed bronze finish base, its three doors finished in raw silk and pierced in circular patterns that illuminate when the internal LEDs are activated.

3. Soicher-Marin

Soicher-Marin by Hable Construction. Photography courtesy of Soicher-Marin.

On the cusp of its 20th anniversary, textile design house Hable Construction christens its latest diversification: a 68-piece wall art collection by cofounder Susan Hable. In addition to digitally printed portraits, collage prints, pen and ink drawings and watercolor prints, the print-on-canvas range includes Wish, the freeflowing lines crowned with a sunny punctuation mark.

4. Henredon

Henredon by David Kleinberg. Photography courtesy of Henredon.

Interior Design Hall of Fame member David Kleinberg approached his first-ever furniture collection as if designing for a private client, with no preconceptions or boundaries. Informed by Italian architects of the 1940’s and 1950’s, the resulting 40-piece collection is confident and clean lined, as illustrated by the Rene console in mahogany with travertine top and patinated nickel accents.

5. Baker

Baker by Laura Kirar. Photography courtesy of Baker Furniture.

Laura Kirar added another layer to her signature collection with 29 new pieces and 27 fresh fabrics. Toying with shape and scale, her Salone sofa is curvaceous and tightly tailored with contoured wood base and deliberately thin seat cushions.

6. Bernhardt

Bernhardt by Bernhardt Interiors. Photography courtesy of Bernhardt Interiors.

Art and architecture sparked the Bernhardt Interiors label’s spring collection, particularly evident in the Brutalist inspired Smithson credenza, the sleek leather Antoni chair, and the organic Circlet cocktail table, which consists of seven individual tabletops connected by a central base.

7. Bernhardt

Bernhardt by Bernhardt Interiors. Photography courtesy of Bernhardt Interiors.

But in a totally different direction, the manufacturer gets its Hygge on with Stanhope, a bed evoking cozy Danish minimalism, the frame and headboard snuggled in a sweater-like cover that’s constructed by weaving wool onto jute.

8. Arteriors

Arteriors by Celerie Kemble. Photography courtesy of Arteriors.

Celerie Kemble puts a pop spin on the market-wide trend toward gilding with the Calliope chandelier, its 150-plus stainless-steel discs dressed in antique brass to surround a frosted acrylic plate.

9. Vita Copenhagen

Vita Copenhagen by Tor Hadsund and Jonas Søndergaard. Photography courtesy of Vita Copenhagen.

The Danish design purveyor turned its sights on North America this year, culminating with a debut this spring in the popular Interhall section of the International Home Furnishings Center. Highlights include Tor Hadsund’s Reader armchair in solid oak, its sweeping profile echoed in Jonas Søndergaard’s Hang Out coffee table, conveniently slung with a two-sided leather and polyester bag to help harness clutter.

10. CUR8

CUR8 by Jasmine Jaco and Greg O’Neal. Photography courtesy of CUR8.

Co-founders Jasmine Jaco and Greg O’Neal corralled their globally sourced lines of healthy-smart products into an interactive display at the Design Legacy showroom titled Innovation Petting Zoo—the “pets” being products. Manufactured in Brooklyn from mushroom mycelium, Danielle Trofe’s MushLume collection includes the Trumpet pendant that’s organic, sustainable, and biodegradable.

11. Adriana Hoyos Furnishings

Adriana Hoyos Furnishings. Photography courtesy of Adriana Hoyos Furnishings.

The Columbia-born Ecuadorian delivers a double-dose of Latin American hospitality in Rumba, a multidimensional series featuring chic seating nestled in robust wood frames.

12. Kindel

Kindel by Jeffrey Roberts. Photography courtesy of Kindel Furniture.

In his first signature furniture series, Grand Rapids, Michigan–based designer Jeffrey Roberts pays homage to his father—a veteran of the Fisher Body plant in Detroit—with Gear, an industrial-style lamp table with leather inlaid top and a central pedestal composed of wooden discs that are customizable with various paint and finish options.

13. Natuzzi Italia

Natuzzi Italia by Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi. Photography courtesy of Natuzzi.

Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi straddle residential and contract sensibilities with equal authority in Kendo, a multilayered, modular seating system that’s equally fitting for living room or lobby.

14. Notre Monde

Notre Monde by Dawn Sweitzer. Photography courtesy of Notre Monde.

Founder Dawn Sweitzer opened her High Point studio to give marketgoers hands-on insight into her inspiration and processes. Back at market, in the manufacturer’s Interhall space, the spring lineup included a series of wood-trimmed mini trays, featuring swirls of color and gold leafing across the glass surfaces, in varieties such as Charcoal, Midnight Linear Circles, Midnight Raspberry Organic, and Gold Linear Circles.

15. Surya

Surya. Photography courtesy of Surya. 

Multicolored texture puts modern in the rough in Trailblazer, a machine-made rug in wool-nylon blend with the look and feel of hand-knotted construction.

16. Couture Jardin

Couture Jardin by Normand Couture. Photography courtesy of Couture Jardin.

The Flexi outdoor seating family by founder Normand Couture promises almost limitless configurations, as cushions and table surfaces are easily added, subtracted, or adjusted simply by employing the patented slot mechanisms.

17. Tempaper

Tempaper by Genevieve Gorder. Photography courtesy of Tempaper Designs.

Genevieve Gorder expands her collection of removable, environmentally friendly wallpaper with six self-adhesive patterns including New York Toile, a hybrid of French styling juxtaposed with iconic images from the city skyline.

18. Selva

Selva by Philip Selva. Photography courtesy of Selva.

The Philip Selva brand celebrates its 50th anniversary by welcoming Gatsby, Lorenzo Bellini’s whole-home collection that includes Excelsior, a solid cherry and beech bed with chrome accents distinguished by the trompe l’oeil effect of the upholstered headboard.

19. Maria Yee

Maria Yee. Photography courtesy of Maria Yee. 

Doubling down on its embrace of Lux, BASF’s plant-based, high-performance alternative to MDF, the manufacturer unveiled 1088, a collection tailored to small-space living. But even compact spaces can make room for the occasional flourish, in this case a playfully avian mobile.

20. Jaipur Living

Jaipur Living by Rachel Doriss. Photography courtesy of Rachel Doriss. 

Pollack design director Rachel Doriss and her team collaborated on a capsule collection of area rugs that included Scribe (front), which renders the randomness found in nature through hand-knotted wool, viscose, and cotton.

21. Roberta Schilling Collection

Roberta Schilling Collection. Photography courtesy of Roberta Schilling. 

Curating another season of naturally modern beauties, the Miami-based Brazilian designer showcased Pietra, a four-part cocktail table available in walnut or six varieties of oak, with 11 choices for the laminate tops.

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