We narrowed down some favorites on display during Miami Design Week.
A freestanding room divider made of diamond-shaped components that rotate to create beautiful geometric patterns.
A hanging divider that adds privacy, provides sound dampening, and adds light to the area.
Woven metal fabric that's shaped into various forms to create lighting and other decorative objects.
BuzziSpace continues to roll out new designs that are bound to get people talking.
Spinneybeck and FilzFelt just introduced brand-new acoustic products at this year's NeoCon.
A trio of furniture that utilizes a knitted mesh material that's similar to that found in the footwear industry.
Two new collections, one that explores human interaction and the other tension and compression.
Furniture with Asian influences and modern sensibilities, taking into consideration the desire for a multi-cultural appeal.
Link is a design that's customizable and modular, adding both texture and color to a space while also helping to disguise what's behind it.
Benjamin Hubert, of design agency Layer, has come up with a modular acoustic partition system for Woven Image that's incredibly flexible.
A furniture collaboration that focuses on using natural materials and traditional techniques.
Liquid pigments flow randomly creating color gradients on wooden surfaces resulting in ethereal panels of art.
New furniture from Australian designer Elliot Bastianon includes the use of some interesting materials.
From musical textiles to student work, we sought the best ICFF had to offer.
ICFF has come and gone so here's a look at our design favorites in part 1 of the series.