This is Part 4 of my coverage of the 2011 International Contemporary Furniture Fair held in NYC last week. Make sure to check out all our ICFF coverage here.

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Love these adorable miniature wooden speakers by Team Tokushima.

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Ply Project created these flat-packed Flex seating pieces that snap together with magnets. I particularly liked the one where the orange foam was peeking through. They were surprisingly soft and bouncy.

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

RS‘s adorable soccer player coatrack — perfect for your game room!

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

I guess this is Marset‘s take on the artichoke lamp?

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Scott Henderson‘s new chair is lovely.

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

I really enjoyed talking with the guys from Drift Studio, who created a new storage and building system that can be customized with patterns.? They also had a stuffed badger in their booth, which we decided was a honey badger because the honey badger doesn’t give a shit.

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Beautiful hooks from Nagae

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Junggi Sung‘s beautiful hanging lights

The Hug Chair by Gabriella Asztalos

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Gorgeous pottery by Angell Wyller Aarseth (won the ICFF Editors Award 2011 for best accessories)

ICFF 2011: Part 4 in main home furnishings  Category

Loved this rubber band chair by Preston Moeller — made of 65,000 rubber bands! And the Equilibrium bookshelf by Malagana Design.

Read more of Design Milk’s ICFF coverage.