Graypants debuted their popular cardboard lighting series, Scraplight, in white.
Ascot Ceramiche has brought artist Keith Haring’s iconic work to life in tile form with some of his most recognizable works in two different sized tiles.
Council worked with Branch on the Drift Low Stool, which was inspired by washed up Northern California driftwood, and Brad Ascalon on Perimeter, a collection of seating distinguished by its slim metal frame and curved upholstery that wraps around the users.
Eugene Stoltzfus had some really cool furniture made from cork.
Add+ lets you customize you wall with their line of modular components that snap onto a bracket to form shelves, storage cubes, chalkboards, wall hooks, you name it.
Schema, part of the Design Philippines booth, showed new pieces with their woven wire technique, including this green stool.
We loved this Jaime Hayon multi-tiered table for &Tradition made up of different shapes, colors and materials.
Visibility reimagined the stackable stool for Matter Made so that when stacked, the tower of stools spiral up creating a bold, graphic look.
Gentner Design’s chandelier is made up of cloud-like formations hand-formed out of paper.
This unique hanging structure, the Méliès Chair by Les Ateliers Guyon, was inspired by the abstract world of French illusionist and director Georges Méliès.
Available in a regular sized 5mm and a large, oversized 12 mm pentagon shape, the Argilla tiles from Gigacer give you plenty of options to create a cool and unusual mosaic pattern.
Taylor McKenzie-Veal was one of the 11 young designers chosen by ICFF and Bernhardt Design to be included in the ICFF Studio 2016 class and he presented his Bow Chair.
In case you missed it, here’s Part 1 of our finds at ICFF.