From musical textiles to student work, we sought the best ICFF had to offer.
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ICFF has come and gone so here's a look at our design favorites in part 1 of the series.
Laser-engraved panels that easily fit between your books and other media, helping you to keep things organized.
An gridded bookcase or room divider made up of open wooden frames that appear to float.
A line of Norwegian furniture and accessories that has a sense of playfulness and whimsy.
Wooden dividers make organizing your record collection much easier—and prettier!
A sculptural screen made up of interlocking components that can be expanded upon infinitely.
Instead of finding furniture to fit a penthouse, a collection was designed specifically for this top floor apartment.
A modular screen created using a simple interlocking sheet of paper, repeated over and over again.
A geometric bookshelf that steps away from traditional wall and corner shelves.
A selection of new pieces from Cole Italian Design Label including a Bauhaus-inspired dividing screen.
Grab bag: a mix of fun new products from one our favorite design companies.
Composed of 36 boxes that are 36cm square, Limit is a shelving unit that actually has, well, no limits. You can stack and place the boxes an…
Designer Kelly Caruso is a recent grad with a degree in Furniture Design and Woodworking but it's her Recycled Pendant Lamps that really cau…
Andrea Rekalidis' design, Plant The Fence, takes the iconic picket fence and scales it back to be almost sketch-like. At first glance, it lo…
Young Italian designer Marica Vizzuso has designed B-OK, a space-saving alternative to the usual bookshelf. Vizzuso asks, “Why do you …