Best of ICFF 2015: Part 3


We now finish up showing you some of our favorite designs that we spotted during this year’s ICFF show. Don’t forget to catch Part 1 and Part 2 of our 2015 ICFF coverage!


Flavor Paper launched brand new designs from their Andy Warhol x Flavor Paper Collection and the results are just as awesome as ever.


Jaime Hayon continues his partnership with Fritz Hansen with the launch of the new Fri chair, the perfect addition to the collection.


Luxxbox displayed their Paloma lighting, delicate ceramic pendants with a subtle pattern etched into the surface.


Lindstrom Rugs launched Korgamy, a new collection of prism-like rugs designed by Karim Rashid.


BeatWoven takes textiles to a whole new level with their line of fabrics that have geometric patterns on them that were created by the beats of music.


&tradition was showing Ontwerpduo’s Light Forest, a flexible lighting system that appears to grow on the walls like climbing plants.


Samuel Amoia unveiled a line of handmade furniture inspired by Central America called Itz’ana Home. Itz’ana Resort & Residences commissioned Amoia to design a custom collection for their property and decided to make it available to the masses.

Aelfie‘s reversible rugs are handmade in India and bring bold, modern patterns to the world of dhurries.


Virginia Tech’s Center for Design Research showcased student work that was created using emerging digital technology. “Sliced Towers” was a display of massive, monolithic blocks that were produced by an ABB IRB 6640, 3.2 meter robot.


The 3D Design Program at the University of Iowa School of Art & Art History showed an impressive array of accessories, furniture, and lighting.


Wilsonart’s Chair Design Competition challenged North Carolina’s Appalachian State University students to design chairs that reflect the culture and history of the Appalachian region of the state.

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.