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WantedDesign 2016: Part 2

We head back to WantedDesign 2016 to give you Part 2 of our favorite designs from this year’s show. Take a look as we head back in to wrap up coverage of NYCxDESIGN. [See Part 1 here]

05.27.16 | By
WantedDesign 2016: Part 2
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Part of American Design Club’s GROWTH, an exhibition of design objects made for plants, these geometric wall planters were designed by AABSTRACT.

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Form and Forest debuted Slice, lighting pendants made from leather that’s been, well, sliced.

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Richard Clarkson Studio showed these cool saber-like lights that were inspired by stereo waveform visualizer displays. The light up based on the frequencies playing in the music.

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Using thin laminated strips, Laura Kishimoto formed this sculptural chair through weaving and bending the wood.

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The Ami Rocker from Nursery Works can go from the rocking seat with cradle to a double seat rocker when your child is older. We just featured this new collection earlier in the week, definitely a favorite.

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Damon Ahola’s TOWER is a single cup, pour-over coffee maker inspired by the New York City skyline.

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We loved the accordian-like front on this credenza from Federico Varone.

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Loïc Bard‘s modular shelf becomes a side table. Also, we are obsessed with his magnetic wooden jewelry.

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Casa International launched new GAIA&GINO lighting designed by David Rockwell at the Rockwell Group.

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Loved these glass string vessels from Tu Taller.

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Ventura Projects showcased some unique sculptural pieces driven by material and geometry. More about this special showcase here.

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.