HMH just returned from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York where we scoured two whole floors of the Javits Center to find the best new designs that’s will be hitting the market.
From impressive displays of modern furniture, fixtures, student work, textiles, and everything in between, these are some of our favorite products from the show.
Did you catch ICFF this year? If so, what were some of your favorites?
Nomon – Unica and Momentos collections
Classic Catalan clock makers Nomon have launched a new home brand that expands on the company’s legacy of craftsmanship. The Unica and Momentos collections are the first of the latter’s offerings.
Z-Bar Pendant Light
Inside Out Side Table
Patrick Weder’s work marries streamlined architectural elegance with sculptural refinement. Custom Made Materials: Maple wood, Concrete and Steel Options: Wood and color options Measurements: 36 w x 50 d x 20 h
Exocet Metamorphosis Chair
Built for the natural curvatures of the human body, the ergonomically designed Exocet lounge chair can be transformed into a multitude of positions. Available in various veneers, such as White Oak, Cherry, Walnut, Maple & Mozambique.
S+P (Shovel + Poker)
Olson Kundig Signature Line Fireplace tools on a custom welded stand. Also available in stainless steel with a satin bead-blasted finish.
X Diamond 3/60 Chandelier
The Stickbulb X Diamond 3/60 is a celebration of hexagonal and octahedral forms in nature, involving 60 3-foot-long-maple wood bulbs joined by cast brass joints.
This lightweight plastic stool is named after the catenary arches found in Gothic cathedrals that inspired its form. The Conoid Design Catenary Stool stacks and is easy to move, and can double as an end table in a pinch.
Pretty recycled cardboard lights from Graypants. Available in white and natural brown, Scraplights are made from totally recyclable FSC-certified paper, produced from forests that replant more trees than they harvest.
Doble O Wall Clock
This is a company from Barcelona called Nomon that makes some really amazing clocks. The combination of noble materials and its particular design have turned this clock into something distinct.
Lust Coffee Table
Lust Coffee Table is a futuristic sculptural art table with a dynamic form designed by Amorph. Lust is made out of a composite with polyester finish. It can be customized to any base colors and glass shapes upon your request.
Bolt Sconce & Tetra Floor Light
Stellar Collection – Wearable Architecture
Inspired by 20th century kinetic sculptures, the Stellar line echoes the architectural principles of balance, rhythm, and harmony. Konzuk uses concrete mixed with diamond dust to create sparkling, shimmering surfaces.
The fluid, organic and biomorphic line design, inspired by the Cycladic art, grants lightness and delicacy to the Jader Almeida’s Clad chair. The anatomical shapes support the body entirely while the twists and beveled edges seem to transpose the wood resistance limit.
Love a silk rug! — this overdyed HOT pink rug makes a statement and is an easy way to add color and texture to a room. swoonrugs.com
Drexel University student Carl Durkow wanted “to create a form that encourages informality, a place where one could exist but not feel the pressure of life.” With his lovely Narl Chair, he definitely succeeded. Bonus, this shaggy chair is also a rocker.
Hudson Side Table
Hudson Side Table by Tronk Design. The color options for the powder-coated base are red, green, orange, yellow, white or black. The tabletop comes in either Walnut with Maple inlayed or Maple with a Walnut inlay.