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Best of ICFF 2015: Part 2
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Part 2 of our ICFF 2015 coverage starts now! Take a look to see some more of our favorite designs we spotted this year. Don’t forget to check out Part 1!

Michele Varian

Made in Sarajevo, these Mala Pendants from Michele Varian are made up of brass and copper components.

Michele Varian wallpaper

Also from Michele Varian, this line of Boho Diamond wallpaper is hand screen printed and comes in various metallic combinations.

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Pepe Heykoop continues his quest to help the impoverished women in India to become middle class by teaching them skills. He designs objects and then teaches them how to make them, like these pendants and vases.

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Apparatus always kills it in the lighting department. These Link Porcelain lights look incredible when hung solo or in a group.

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Hui Ling Cheng was one of the 11 designers chosen to display a piece of work as part of ICFF’s Studio program where Bernhardt Design and Emerald Expositions team up to present the juried competition. Cheng’s Tui Chair is a modernized version of a traditional Chinese chair.

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Before his untimely death, artist Rex Ray had worked with B+N Industries on a multitude of projects, which includes bringing his signature style to a line of wood furniture.

Tom Dixon launched his new Melt pendants, among other things. The distorted spheres  have a metallic quality to them which creates beautiful optical illusions.

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Keiou Design Lab makes really cool, 3D wall surface designs, like ALAR, these pointed, waterproof tiles that can be painted in any color.

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These adjustable wall shelves, by Umbra Shift, let you display books, magazines, or anything else you like when you mount them vertically or horizontally.

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Loved the hunting and fishing vibe going on with these tables from Hinterland.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.