This past weekend we headed to the Architectural Digest Design Show that was once again held at New York City’s Piers 92/94. Alongside the heavy hitters, like Bosch, Benjamin Moore, Viking, Brizo, Sony Life Space UX, Smeg, and Jan Kath, there were tons of emerging and established designers in the MADE section of the show. Take a look at some of our favorites.
Graham also debuted the Cilia Pendant Lights!
Wild Thing also comes in Wildly Red, seen on the left.
Glenn Fischer uses old paper materials, like album covers, magazines, and textbooks, to collage geometric pieces into abstract works of art.
Brooklyn’s Think Fabricate displayed this multifunctional hexagon design that lets you mix it up with planters, mirrors, or shelves.
Moonish’s collection of wallpaper is the result of experiments with spray paint and plant stems that give the illusion of x-rays.
This light, by Erich Ginder Studio, features interlocking modules composed of geometric linen forms.
A beautiful new Iacoli & McAllister fixture made up of cage-like shades.
The abstract works of Terry Boyd combine hand-drawn works and embroidery that’s achieved through formatting software.
Chair 5, from Bozeman, Montana-based MFGR Designs, is constructed of a powder-coated steel frame with hand-sewn leather straps.
Always a favorite, Dusen Dusen displayed an array of patterned wares, like this orange pouf/ottoman that might be the greatest thing ever.
Debra Folz’s mirrors give the illusion that they’re sewn into the wall.
Dane Co. launched seating that mixed wooden frames with woven leather seats and backs.
Godar Furniture’s Roll Mirror is pretty brilliant. Hidden behind two mirrors that roll independently are either shelves or pegs to hold your jewelry.