Fluo felted chairs, a stool workshop from Texas, and curvy unconventional furniture. The best of ICFF 2023 is on Archipanic.
During NYCxDESIGN a trip to the Javits Center is mandatory. This year, ICFF and DesignWanted present new sections and formats dedicated to American design, emerging talents, and more.
ICFF and WantedDesign Manhattan 2022: from therapeutic glassware to Brutalist poetic furniture and shelves hanging on a thread.
Best of NYXxDESIGN 2022 celebrates New York City’s creative community with a peaceful oasis in the heart of Times Square, flower design exhibitions, indie-design group shows and more.
New York Design Week 2021: a collective showcase reflecting on the power of post-pandemic togetherness, a wall-light anchoring ourselves among the chaos and psychedelic furniture drawing from the natural and biological world.
NYCxDESIGN 2019 kicked off! Discover what’s going on at ICFF, WantedDesign and Brooklyn Designs as well as some highlights in New York’s prominent design districts.
A chair inviting to seat on an open palm and spider lamps with hand-shaped lampshades. Crosby Studios creates Ultraviolet and hands-full furniture inspired by the Radical Design movement.
NYCxDESIGN 2018 – An inflatable pavilion in Times Square and a giant Sottsass-inspired mural in Brooklyn’s Industry City but also a contemporary take on Shakers’ furniture and Norwegian-American collaborations. The best of New York Design Festival is on Archipanic.
New York design studio Fort Standard paired traditional methods of production with innovative ways to create the new Quality of Materials collection.
Glowing globes on slatted metal sheets: Laurent pendant lamps by Lambert & Fils combine Art-Deco inspirations with contemporary geometries.
NON DESIGN studio presents NON LINEAR, a fluorescent and transparent collection of modular LED luminaires that connect to form endless possibilities of lighting environments.
Minimal and contemporary: Resident updates its lighting collection with designs by Cheshire Architecture, Flynn Talbot and the in-house studio of the brand from New Zealand.
Design studio Ladies & Gentlemen created the Shape Up lighting series for American design brand Roll & Hill playing with suspended minimal geometries.