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NYCxDesign 2015: 10 Favorites from Designjunction + INTRO/NY

05.22.15 | By
NYCxDesign 2015: 10 Favorites from Designjunction + INTRO/NY
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While in NYC for NYCxDesign, we also popped into designjunction and INTRO/NY, who teamed up on one space this year.

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Upon entering you’re greeted by Loïc Bard’s creative and diverse designs. From tables and lights to rings and shoes, he seems to be a one-man stop for home furnishings and accessories. I especially likes the Tokyo tables that have tiny slits for magazines and papers.

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Muuto was showing product again including their Iskos Berlin Fiber Chair, made from a biocomposite material that includes 25% wood fibers.

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Native Union was on hand to show off their new real marble iPhone case – we recently featured this in a roundup on mobile products.

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I was introduced to Korridor Design, who I am now a huge fan of.

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Our friends neo-utility were on hand again to share their latest stationery releases, including this awesome Golden Rules notebook by Olivia Lee and these Clip Pens by Mo.

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Croatian design firm iDeasign was showing this bright orange chair – I really liked the lines.

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Stephen Johnson showed his “Play” series that features colorful Play-Doh!

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I wish I could have sat in Colé’s black and white chair!

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Loved these modern Sahn bike helmets. The ones with the matte finish were so smooth.

Photo courtesy of INTRO/NY

Really enjoyed the INTRO/NY setup that featured hand-turned lighting by LA artist Torbjorn Vejvi paired with vintage furniture and Calico wallpaper, Brendan Ravenhil & Peter Shire, Natasha Wheat, waka waka, William Plunkett by twentytwentyone, and wrk-shp.

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Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.