ICFF 2010 in NYC

Well it was a whirlwind of excitement for us during ICFF2010! Not only were there a zillion parties and events to attend but we also hosted two Danish designer friends for the week. You can imagine it was more than a little overwhelming for us, so we do apologize for our late coverage of the event. Despite the lack of rest, we had the pleasure of meeting some really fabulous new designers and saw some of our old favorites. We’ll be featuring some of the fun designs we discovered at the show over the next couple weeks. But for now, here are a few highlights from our ICFF 2010 experience!

Tom Dixon’s entry exhibits gave a wide overview of their famous line of products and provided a beautiful backdrop to the event.

One of our favorite designers Jaime Hayon unveiled his latest creations for Lladró at ICFF2010.

Benjamin Rollins Caldwell of BRC Designs never disappoints when it comes to creative furniture but it’s also pretty comfy too. His PVC chair provided us with a much-needed respite during the show.

Mirrored Elk Lights by Light/Play

The zinc finish on these Louis Zinc stools by Reeves Design will develop a gorgeous patina over time, adding depth and character to the pieces.

We got a kick out of the Illuminated Chair by Martha Sturdy. It’s lit from within and changes colors for a subtle drama.

A unique bicycle helmet hanger by designer Sung Kug Kim was part of the Contemporary British Design Exhibits.

We thought Myungseo Kang’s Book Lights were really clever. The lights gave off a nice subtle glow.

Umbra unveiled the winners of their sixth annual Umbra|Pratt Design Competition.

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  2. Thank you very much for sharing post!!!

  3. Believe it or not, I actually saw something similar to the 2nd pic on matthewizzo.com…. very cool!

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