NYCxDesign 2015: 10 Favorites from Designjunction + INTRO/NY

05.22.15 | By
NYCxDesign 2015: 10 Favorites from Designjunction + INTRO/NY

While in NYC for NYCxDesign, we also popped into designjunction and INTRO/NY, who teamed up on one space this year.



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.



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


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


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


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.



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


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


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


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.


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.