We conclude our ICFF journey with student work, concrete, wood, and glass.
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We begin our journey through ICFF 2013.
A new collection from Design Soil explores "finding the equilibrium hidden behind the apparently unstable forces and structures."
Modular tableware made of four different materials makes for endless combinations.
We discovered tons of goodies at Zona Tortona and MOST in Milan - take a look.
A table with customizable components that reinforces the art of networking.
An ocean-inspired collection that combines embroidery and aluminum.
A collection of tableware made from slab built clay featuring primitive sketches and doodles done by the designer.
Shaky is a playful, ceramic vase that's reminiscent of one of those bendy straws or a Slinky.
A piece of cardboard folds into a faceted sleeve to slip over an old bottle or glass to become a vase.
InVaso is a planter that looks like a typical clay pot, but it's made from an unusual material.
Pepe Heykoop designs products for The Tiny Miracles Foundation to help the poor in India change their situation in just a few short years.
Inspired by flower stems, Giorgio Bonaguro designed these colorful glass vases with interior "stems" that serve to hold the roots.
Spanish designer Valvanera Arrieta of Valvanera Design participated in the European Design Labs Master 2012 with Jaime Hayon at the helm and…
Designer David Taylor is back with a container series entitled The Brand New Heavies, where he uses rarely combined materials like tin and s…
Italian designer Vito Nesta was inspired by a sewing thimble when he created his latest product entitled inDITO. The now oversized object be…