To kick our coverage of NYCxDESIGN off, here's the first part of our favorites from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Luca Nichetto designed the You Sofa and Lounge Chair for Coedition to evoke a warm feeling, much like someone giving you a hug.
A new collection of design-forward objects that elevate any home.
Luca Nichetto designs a streamlined, multi-use container for OTHR that acts as oil jug, creamer or soy sauce dispenser.
A modular sofa system that gently blends Scandinavian heritage with Italian design sense.
Create your own wall constellation while adding functionality, like mirrors, coat hooks, and shelves.
A modern side table designed to keep your devices charged without the ugly mess of tangled cables.
Multifunctional tables/trays that are named after a land- and water-loving reptile.
Nichetto Studio launched two designs exclusively for Toronto's Mjölk.
A playfully modern fixture that's customizable online with more than 10 billion possible combinations.
Taking the idea of the 'message in a bottle' and sending it into space instead of the ocean.
Want to find out how your favorite modern products are made? Take a peek back at 2014's Deconstruction column.
A new brand of affordable, high-end design called Hem is about to make its online debut this month.
What happens when you combine 12 designers + Italian craftsmanship + one weekend? You get an ideal sofa for Manhattan dwellers.
A new furniture collection inspired by renowned 1950's architects, plus a capsule fashion collection with a connection.
Seven designers are asked to celebrate "optimistic technofuturism" through the filter of the ancient Tantric chakra system.