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Designer Daniel Libeskind talks about the sculptural and democratic aspects of the multidimensional Edge desk for Turri at Salone del Mobile 2019. Video by James Eades and Steven Wilsey.

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NYCxDESIGN 2019 Event Calendar

Check out exhibitions, panel discussions, and other creative happenings during NYCxDESIGN2019, taking place in New York City May 10-22 and including ICFF, WantedDesign, and Brooklyn Designs. Follow #NYCxDESIGN on Twitter for live updates from the events!

May 2-31

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm; Tuesday & Thursday 11am-8pm; Sunday 12pm-5pm

Event: 47th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House23 interior designers have transformed a 12,000-square-foot Upper East Side residence; tickets benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Location: 36-38 East 74th St.

May 8-24

Event: Ateliernovo pop-up shop in SoHo

Location: 96 Grand St.

May 10-12 | Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm

Event: Brooklyn Designs, showcasing design, architecture, and art talent based in Brooklyn

Location: Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 77, 141 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn

May 9 – June 28 | 10am-6pm, open Tuesday-Saturday

Event: Kasmin gallery presents Jasper Morrison‘s solo exhibition of furniture.

Location: 297 Tenth Ave.

May 10 | 10am-6pm

Event: Nature Salons, co-organized with Cube design museum in the Netherlands, is an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt featuring more than 60 groundbreaking works from designers across all disciplines who are collaborating with scientists, engineers, farmers, environmentalists, and nature itself to design a more harmonious and regenerative future.

Location: 2 E 91st St.

May 10-22 | 10am-6pm

Event: 1stdibs & Female Design Council present an exhibition of work by female artists and designers.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave., Lobby 4 – Floor 7

May 12 | 3pm-4pm

Event: Brooklyn Designs and Richard Beavers Gallery present “Storytelling with Art:” Learn the tools of the trade from interior designer Leyden Lewis of Leyden Lewis Design Studio and gallerist Richard Beavers of Richard Beavers Gallery.

Location: Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 77, 141 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn 

May 12-14 | 8am-5pm

Event: Calico Wallpaper & Workstead lighting and wallpaper installation

Location: 220 Church St.

May 12-28

Event: Kin & Company and Asa Pingree present “Inside/Out,” an installation of avant-garde outdoor furniture from 20+ designers.

Location: Vale Park at the William Vale, 111 N 12th St., Brooklyn

May 13-15

Event: Design Pavilion presents the 2019 series of Design Talks NYC: a series of fascinating and culturally engaged conversations and stories.

Location: 4 Times Square (between West 42nd and West 43rd Streets at Broadway)

May 15 – June 28

Event: Pelle presents its conceptual lighting design installation.

Location: 56 W 22nd St., 8th Floor

May 16-20 | 11am-6pm

Event: WantedDesign Brooklyn at Industry City, a free, open-to-the-public event featuring exhibitions and workshops.

Location: Industry City, 274 36th St., Brooklyn

May 16 | Hours and events vary from showroom to showroom

Event: Tribeca Design DistrictA variety of showrooms and galleries in the neighborhood will be open for extended hours, cocktail receptions, and exhibit openings. 

Location: Key showrooms include Colony at 324 Canal St., 2nd Floor; David Weeks Studio at 38 Walker St.; Urban Archeology at 158 Franklin St.; Montauk Sofa at 42 Lispenard St.; and Stillfried Wien at 40 Walker St.

May 16 | 11am-7pm

Event: Pas De Calais x Trueing: Trueing’s newest lighting collection, Cerine, launches at the SoHo flagship of Pas de Calais.

Location: 482 Broome St.

May 17-31

Event: British designer Paul Smith partners with ceramics designer 1882 Ltd. to launch the Stack collection of limited-edition vases.

Location: 142 Greene St.

May 17-September 2

Event: A/D/O by MINI and Studio INI present “Urban Imprint” installation on people and the built environment.

Location: 29 Norman Ave., Greenpoint, Brooklyn

May 17-27 | 10am-7pm Monday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm Sunday

Event: Design Within Reach and Entireworld present “Dome Life” shoppable retail pop-up and installation.

Location: 110 Greene St.

May 17 – June 17 | 6pm-9pm

Event: USM & kinder MODERN present an installation of furniture and decorative art featuring custom furniture pieces commissioned by kM that include Elyse Graham, Fort Standard, and Paul Ketz.

Location: 28 Greene St.

May 17-22 | 10am-7pm

Event: Lee Broom will debut new editions of key pieces from his award-winning Observatory lighting collection.

Location: 34 Greene St.

May 17-31 | 10am-6pm

Event: Colony Art/Design Cooperative presents “Pas de Deux” exhibition: Colony’s designers will showcase a new work of design, furniture, lighting, textiles, or object, paired with a work of fine art of their choosing.

Location: 324 Canal St., 2nd Floor

May 17 – June 17 | 11am-6pm

Event: “Common Ground,” a showroom installation, will feature lighting and styled vignettes of spaces by both Henrybuilt and Ladies & Gentlemen Studio.

Location: 12 Crosby St.

May 18-21 | Saturday/Sunday/Monday 10am-7pm, Tuesday 10am-5pm

Event: WantedDesign Manhattan at the Terminal Stores, featuring more than 110 exhibitors plus workshops and Launch Pad 2019 for emerging designers. No fee for trade registrations; two-day public pass tickets available for Saturday-Sunday.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 18 | 2pm-3pm

Event: Be Original Americas panel discussion: Michael Hsu, a design and technology writer, will lead a panel of creative experts on Bauhaus design, including Carlo Gasparini, design manager for Alessi; Susan Lyons, president of Designtex; and Ben Watson, chief creative officer of Herman Miller.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 18 | 5pm-9pm

Event: Join Artemide in celebrating NYCxDesign at their SoHo showroom to preview the brand’s latest lighting innovations.

Location: 46 Greene St.

May 18-24 | 11am-7pm

Event: Next Level presents a designer-led and curated exhibition, paper lantern installation by NYC artists, and panels on sustainability and women in design.

Location: 718 Broadway

May 18 | 6:30pm-9pm

Event: Luceplan is hosting a preview of their American product launches and a presentation from designer Stephen Burks on the brand’s latest “all-in-one” acoustical solution, Trypta.

Location: 14 Wooster St.

May 19-24 | 10am-6pm

Event: “Cassina as Seen by Karl Lagerfeld,” a presentation of Cassinafurniture as photographed by Karl in Gerhard Steidl’s new book.

Location: 151 Wooster St.

May 19 | 2pm

Event: Tarkett & AIA NY present a design talk focused on design process and climate change.

Location: Terminal Stores, 269 11th Ave.

May 19-21 | 10am-5pm May 19, 10am-6pm May 20 – 21

Event: ICFF (trade only)

Location: Javits Center, 655 W 34th St.

May 20 | 2pm-3pm

Event: Next Level and Here Projects present a panel discussion on the impact of black culture in contemporary art, moderated by interior designer Everick Brown.

Location: 718 Broadway

May 20 | 5pm Cocktail Hour, 6pm-7pm Awards, 7pm-10pm ICFF Party

Event: NYCxDesign Awards, where winners will be announced live at the award ceremony hosted by Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior Design

Location: Pier 17, 89 South St.

May 22 | 10am-4pm

Event: ICFF (public and trade)

Location: Javits Center, 655 W 34th St.

May 22 | 11am-6pm

Event: Egg Collective‘s Tribeca showroom opens with collaborative designs by Callidus Guild and Hiroko Takeda and contemporary art by Mimi Jung, Kristina Riska, Matthew King, and more will be on view.

Location: 151 Hudson St.

Read more: Check out the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

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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.

Read more: Preview the Manhattan and Brooklyn Editions of WantedDesign

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.

Read more: 2019 NYCxDESIGN Full Coverage 

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ICFF 2019 Highlights

Watch highlights from ICFF 2019 at Javits Center in Manhattan. We captured the latest in lighting, bath fixtures, furniture, and more. Video by James Eades and Steven Wilsey.

> Check out our coverage of the 2019 NYCxDESIGN Awards and ICFF party

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NYCxDESIGN Award Winners 2019

May 23, 2019

The 2019 NYCxDESIGN Award winners were announced on May 20 in a ceremony hosted by Interior Design and ICFF. Browse the winners and honorees below.

PROJECT
PRODUCT
PEOPLE
ARCHITECTURAL INSTALLATION/POP UP
EXHIBITION/INSTALLATION
HIGHER EDUCATION
PRIMARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION
INSTITUTIONAL
GREATER GOOD
GRAPHICS & BRANDING
HEALTHCARE
HEALTH + WELLNESS
URBAN LANDSCAPE/OUTDOOR
HOTEL
RESTAURANT
COUNTER SERVICE
SWEET TREATS
BAR/LOUNGE
CORPORATE OFFICE
CREATIVE OFFICE
COWORKING SPACE
FIRM’S OWN OFFICE
COMMERCIAL LOBBY / AMENITY SPACE
BUILDING EXTERIOR
RESIDENTIAL LOBBY / AMENITY SPACE
MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
LARGE APARTMENT
SMALL APARTMENT
CITY HOUSE
KITCHEN + BATH
SALES CENTER/MODEL APARTMENT
LARGE RETAIL
SMALL RETAIL
SHOWROOM
ON THE BOARDS
NYC’S SHINING MOMENT

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NYCxDESIGN Awards Celebrate the City’s Best Products and Projects for Fourth Year

On Monday, May 20th, more than 700 guests gathered at Pier 17 in Lower Manhattan to once again celebrate the winners of the fourth annual NYCxDESIGN Awards, presented by Interior Design and ICFF. By now, NYCxDESIGN needs no introduction—the overwhelmingly popular design festival attracted more than 347,000 attendees and sponsored over 400 events in all five boroughs in 2018. The NYCxDESIGN Awards extol the best projects and products that were either created or shown in New York City this year.

> Watch highlights from the event

The award for honorees. Photography by Christopher P Ernst.

After a few brief introductory comments by the NYCEDC’s CMO Edward Hogikyan and ICFF director Kevin O’Keefe, Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen resumed her duties as M.C. of the event. This year she had over 200 finalists in the products category to announce, as well as  over 100 projects. Winners of each respective category were awarded with the highly-coveted Lladró Guest figurine. 

NYCXDESIGN attendees toast to another inspiring awards ceremony. Photography by Matthew Carasella.

 

The awards ceremony started with product winners, which included the Vettis™ concrete bath fitting collection from Brizo, Astek’s ceramics-inspired Re-Glazed wallcovering collection with interior designer Jeff Andrews, and Buoyant NYC’s quartz and onyx stone DELLA Sconce. Project winners included the Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group behemoth, The Shed; Chelsea’s newest speakeasy, The 18th Room, by West Chin Architects; and the Glossier NYC Flagship store by Gachot Studios. 

Editor in Chief Cindy Allen announcing winners to a packed house. Photography by Matthew Carasella.

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View the full list of winners and honorees >>

A big thank you to all of our NYCXDESIGN Award partners:

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NYCxDESIGN Award Winners 2019

May 23, 2019

The 2019 NYCxDESIGN Award winners were announced on May 20 in a ceremony hosted by Interior Design and ICFF. Browse the winners and honorees below.

PROJECT
PRODUCT
ARCHITECTURAL INSTALLATION/POP UP
EXHIBITION/INSTALLATION
HIGHER EDUCATION
PRIMARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION
INSTITUTIONAL
GREATER GOOD
GRAPHICS & BRANDING
HEALTHCARE
HEALTH + WELLNESS
URBAN LANDSCAPE/OUTDOOR
HOTEL
RESTAURANT
COUNTER SERVICE
SWEET TREATS
BAR/LOUNGE
CORPORATE OFFICE
CREATIVE OFFICE
COWORKING SPACE
FIRM’S OWN OFFICE
COMMERCIAL LOBBY / AMENITY SPACE
BUILDING EXTERIOR
RESIDENTIAL LOBBY / AMENITY SPACE
MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
LARGE APARTMENT
SMALL APARTMENT
CITY HOUSE
KITCHEN + BATH
SALES CENTER/MODEL APARTMENT
LARGE RETAIL
SMALL RETAIL
SHOWROOM
ON THE BOARDS
NYC’S SHINING MOMENT

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What Caught Our Eye at ICFF 2019: Pops of Orange and Curvy Shapes

Arched and rounded furniture at Phase Design

One color dominated this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair: Orange, in its many variations.

It’s visible in chairs, tables, carpets, shelving units and wallpaper. There were booth dividers that utilized the color to great effect; even the carpet at the entrance to the event utilized the color.

ICFF

Dizzying in scope — there are more than 900 exhibitors across four days, located within the massive Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan — ICFF is one of the year’s biggest design events and the anchor of New York Design Week. Vendors come from all over the world to show their latest designs for furniture, hardware, plumbing, rugs and wallpaper.

Aside from shades of orange, another detail we noticed at ICFF this year: curves, in everything from furniture to lighting and accessories.

The wackier the better. We had a chance to sit in these chairs designed by Mojow, which used inflatable air-filled cushions on simple, modern frames of both wood and metal. They were sturdier and more comfortable than you’d imagine.

floquem

Along the same lines were these felt busts from Floquem, a brand from Mexico. The one above is called ‘Lil Marc,” who was “born and raised in the streets of Brooklyn.”

envy lee parker

One of our favorites at the show was the work of Eny Lee Parker, who works out of a studio in Bushwick. On display were tables, chairs and lights she designed that look like irregularly-shaped Ken Price sculptures that had been modified into playful furniture. The ceramic bases are unglazed, which gives them a rough edge.

souda

souda

Bushwick-based Souda made deconstructed furniture that nodded toward both tradition and progression. Pictured above are a pair of the Bluff Side Chairs, designed by Luft Tanaka.

sun at six

Sun at Six, a design studio located “on the border of Bed Stuy and Crown Heights,” according to Creative Director Antares Yee, uses classical Chinese joinery in their furniture. On display was the studio’s second collection, made in collaboration with artisans in Guangzhou, China.

grow house grow

Williamsburg-based designer Katie Deedy of Grow House Grow showed us some of their new tile and wallpaper designs. Inspired by Caravaggio and lightning bugs — among other influences — they feature ribbon-like patterns, florals, leaves and a strawberry print.

most modest

More orange could be found at Most Modest’s booth, which showed metal shelves and corrugated metal planters.

Ssen Studio

The fair had specialized sections dedicated to Dutch, Spanish and British designers. Some of our other favorites included sleek faucets and handles in many different finishes from longtime East New York maker Watermark, the handwoven pillows of Ssen Studio and sleekly minimal shelves from the Stille collection, designed by Standard Issue in Brooklyn and manufactured in Kalamazoo, Mich.

ssen studio

bend goods

watermark

flavor paper

opiary

stille

Kast Concrete Basins

and light

wool

molo

flavor paper

[Photos by Susan De Vries unless otherwise noted]

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Preview the Manhattan and Brooklyn Editions of WantedDesign 2019

With WantedDesign 2019about to get underway in two distinct venues—Wanted Brooklyn at Industry City (May 16-20) and Wanted Manhattan at Terminal Stores (May 18-21)—we asked co-founders Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat about the fair’s theme, its new student design awards, and the second year of its bespoke Look Book at the Manhattan edition. The duo, both born in France, worked in the design and art fields before founding WantedDesign in 2011 to coincide with ICFF (International Contemporary Furniture Fair) in New York. The event is now an integral part of the annual NYCxDESIGN calendar.

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Interior Design: How would you describe the 2019 theme of “Conscious Design” in the context of the Manhattan and Brooklyn editions of WantedDesign?

Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat: In 2018, “Conscious Design” was defined as a leading theme to present sustainable projects that foresee what the future can be, if supported by creative vision and smart decisions. In 2019, the notion of conscious design will be encouraged and more widely highlighted in the WantedDesign programming as it is an urgent and essential matter. Protecting the environment, achieving reasonable consumption, and reducing waste are all issues that designers face on their daily tasks to create our homes and our work spaces, in addition to bringing beauty to healthier living.

Facing climate change, evaluating the impact we have on our planet and on civilization itself, falls now more than ever under the scope of responsibilities of all designers and creatives at large. As event organizers, we have the opportunity to have a voice; these are issues that we want to address specifically and that we implement in the way we build the show itself in encouraging our exhibitors to embrace a zero-waste approach when producing their installation. Last year we were able to reduce our waste by 50 percent, and in 2019 our policy is the first item in the contract we send to our exhibitors. 

The 2019 edition will challenge design professionals with original exhibits and showcases in order to forge their inspiration when drawing our future. Both destinations, Manhattan and Brooklyn, will include numerous educational (and fun) activities such as workshops, demos, and talks for the visitors and participants to connect, share, learn, and discover what should come next.

WantedDesign Brooklyn will take place at Industry City. Photography courtesy of WantedDesign.

ID: What can student designers attending WantedDesign this year expect to gain from the different programming of the Brooklyn and Manhattan editions?

OH and CP: WantedDesign Brooklyn will have the Factory Floor dedicated to the Schools exhibit, with 30 schools coming from all over the world (France, China, Mexico, El Salvador, England, the United States, etc.). Now this show is becoming a not-to-be-missed destination to discover young talent. For the students, it’s a stepping stone to build up their professional network, which we know is essential.

Students will benefit directly from our ever-growing number of visitors, including design professionals and manufacturers. This year, for the first time, we have organized a jury to award the best design-student projects. It’s a way to highlight and support them even more. The jury will be led by Avinash Rajagopal, editor in chief of Metropolis, and includes Ayse Birsel, co-founder of Birsel + Seck; Andrea Lipps, assistant curator of contemporary design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; and Jonsara Ruth, co-founder and design director of Healthy Materials Lab at Parsons School of Design.

Five Awards will be given to the following: Best Original Concept and Design, Best Sustainable Solution, Best Project with Social Impact, Best Ready-to-be-Implemented-or-Produced (Project or Product), and Best Conscious Design Project (that unites three of the four previous criteria). Those five students will benefit from special promotion, and this review is a chance to show their project to professionals who can help with constructive criticism and a real eye for design.

We are also hosting various activities and programming that will be learning experiences for the students. For schools, we are really building opportunities of exchange and partnerships, which is essential.

Lastly, we are partnering again with AIGANY to host the 3rd Spring Wanted Job Fair. It’s a “speed dating” format, not portfolio review, offering a chance for young designers to meet with creative firms.

WantedDesign Manhattan will take place at Terminal Stores. Photography courtesy of WantedDesign.

ID: What can members of the trade attending WantedDesign this year expect to gain from the different programming of the Brooklyn and Manhattan editions?

OH and CP: In Manhattan, we always have a great presence of group exhibits from all over the world. This is really a unique feature of our show. This is how we share original design, new ideas, new material, new potential collaborations. Visitors will meet with Polish, Egyptian—for the first time in the U.S., and it’s a large group of 13 designers—Canadian, Mexican, and Colombian designers.

It’s also the second year of Look Book, a program dedicated to the promotion of the best high-end designers and makers in North America. This section of the show targets interior designers and architects who are looking for talented designers/makers with unique know-how to create bespoke pieces.

In the Launch Pad program, visitors will discover a large selection of 33 international designers, in two categories, furniture and lighting, who have a product ready to be launched in the U.S. market and are looking for the right partner to do it.

Wanted Interiors will explore the Future of Water/Bathroom 2025, a research project resulting from a collaboration between a team from Pratt Accelerator and the American Standard creative team, which is sponsoring this program. It involves how to change behaviors when using water, new scenarios and new ways to build bathroom for a sustainable urban living.

Last but not least, our talk series presented by DesignMilk and Clever is also a great focus for people who want to use WantedDesign as a resource and networking platform.

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ASID Events

NATIONAL
MAY
19
ICFF

DESCRIPTION

ICFF is North America’s platform for global design. Over 900 exhibitors from across the globe showcase what’s best and what’s next for luxury interior design to more than 38,000 design industry attendees each year in New York.

 

DATE AND TIME

8:00 AM
5/19/2019 – 5/22/2019

LOCATION

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 W. 34th St.
New York, NY 10001
United States

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ICFF offers an unparalleled opportunity to view innovative design trends from across the globe and experience interactive, educational programming led by the industry’s leading designers and icons. Architects, interior designers, visual merchandisers, and developers visit ICFF each year for inspiration and concepts to apply in their next design project.

HIGHLIGHTS OF ICFF

  • ICFF Talks
    Positioned on the show floor, ICFF Talks features design visionaries and leaders who share insight and knowledge as it relates to the interior design world
  • ICFF Studio
    In its 14th year, ICFF and Bernhardt Design bring the next crop of emerging designers to the forefront through the juried ICFF Studio competition
  • NYCxDESIGN Awards & Party
    Presented by Interior Design Magazine and ICFF, the NYCxDESIGN Awards & Party is a highlight of NYCxDESIGN, New York’s annual celebration of design that attracts hundreds of thousands of attendees and designers from across the globe

ASID AT ICFF

ASID is thrilled to showcase the impact of design at ICFF, engage with visitors, and explore the beautiful, impactful, and sometimes surprising ways that design impacts lives. We’ll also provide timely and relevant education sessions each day.

 

Sunday, May 19

12 – 1 p.m. Aging in Place in an Urban Environment: New Design Solutions
Speakers: TBD

How do we design housing to accommodate multiple generations with different needs, incorporating cutting-edge solutions for flexibility and accessibility? Learn how multi-family and community housing in urban environments is evolving to reflect new family structures and an aging population. You’ll come away with practical ideas to help you create flexible living spaces to fit and adapt to the current trends of universal and accessible design.

Monday, May 20

12 – 1 p.m. Creating Purpose-Driven Spaces: What Does it Look Like to Leverage Design for Good?
Speaker: Meena Krenek, ASID, LEED BD+C

Human emotion is uniquely tied to human behavior. An individual’s emotional connection to a space, environment, or culture can provide a strong sense of belonging. This is valuable for developing engagement within spaces we design. As designers, we have the ability to impact behaviors through our design decisions. We must be mindful of this power as we seek a deeper meaning, experience, or contribution to society with our work. It’s important to continuously understand our audience and build spaces that represent a greater purpose and relationship to the activities that happen within, inspiring users and reaching their hearts and minds. In today’s world, everything is so highly competitive and constantly evolving that when designers create purpose-driven spaces, they develop a level of captivation and engagement with the environment which sets them apart.

Meena Krenek, ASID, LEED BD+C

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Tuesday, May 21

12 – 1 p.m. Business Skills for Creatives: What You Need to Know About Contracts and Fees
Speaker: Phyllis Harbinger, ASID, NCIDQ, CID

The contract between you and your client is a legal document, and plays a critical role in setting the tone and establishing yourself as a professional. Every contract includes a section on Designer Compensation, and we’ll show you how to effectively present your fee structure to reflect the true value of your design services, giving you guidelines and tips so that you can maximize profits. Gain insight and strategies to help you establish the right price point for your creative skills, services, and design vision – ensuring business profitability and success.

Phyllis Harbinger, ASID, NCIDQ, CID

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THE ASID DESIGN IMPACT AWARDS

The ASID DESIGN IMPACT Awards recognize innovative products that put people and the environment at the center of design intent. Winning products will be featured by exhibitors at ICFF.

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