22 Apr 2017, by IlseNicolaides
starts on 21 May 2017,
ends on 24 May 2017
The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 West 34th Street, New York, NY, United States
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The 29th annual ICFF NYC, North America’s platform for global design, will map the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, May 21-24, 2017. North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, the ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopedic exhibition of up-to-the-moment offerings, as well as a series of fascinating, fun, edifying programs, and a packed schedule of exhibits and features.
Art & Comfort is what this world-famous brand stands for. And for timeless design. Design that endures. Design that is authoritative. From Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey Harcourt to René Holten and Patrick Norguet. Design for sitting, waiting, meeting, storing and discussing. It’s no accident that our delightful, exclusive furniture features in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Centre Pompidou. Artifort means top-quality design by top designers. For the home, office, boardroom or lobby. In the Artifort collection, everyone who attaches importance to form and function will find a design that captures their heart.
Design by Nico owner Nicolette de Waart comes from the Netherlands, drawing inspiration from the countries where she has lived and visited, including Singapore and the UK, where she is based and her products are hand-made by craftsmen. Her furniture include her metal bookshelves, Corian Solid Oak desk and daybed. Her Leaf Seat stools have been used in projects for numerous leading companies like GOOGLE Head office in Dublin, Accor Hotel group and MR Architecture in New York and the stool is featured in Missoni showroom London. She now launches the Poppy Bloom Stool.
Founded in 2013, DUTCHDELUXES is a design label based in the creative heart of the Dutch design city Eindhoven. Driven by passion and fun, it brings extraordinary crafted made in Holland products to the market. Classical elements and materials are combined with sleek shapes in an innovative way.
At the moment their focus is to create fashionable kitchenstuff and tableware and to
become a leading brand in this segment. New, wow, extraordinary serving trays, platters, bread boards, aprons and gloves.
Makes the food you cook and serve taste even better!
Easy Sanitary Solutions (ESS) is an expert designer & manufacturer of linear drainage systems for barrier free/ curbless showers that are attractive, comfortable and safe. Inventors and developers of the EasyDrain USA shower drainage system and have thus triggered a boom for freedom of barriers in private bathrooms. You create a unique space without barriers. They are committed to excellent products with attention to quality and durability. All their products are developed and manufactured in-house in our factories in Holland and Germany. This is how EasyDrain guarantees highest quality. All products are subject to extensive testing and evaluation, to ensure a long lasting life in your bathroom.
Plexwood was founded in 2000, starting with a small collection of solid floors, soon enough, when the demand for accompanying products grew, so did our company, resulting in a versatile collection of products. Throughout the years they have gained specialized knowledge and experience by the ever changing demand of their clients, which allowed them to keep innovating; nowadays, all of their products are made on demand and can be tailored to almost any specific technical or sustainability standard. Plexwood is located in the picturesque village of Everdingen, in a typically Dutch environment, one with cattle farms and fruit orchards. They are surrounded by water, the so-called “dijken” (dikes) that The Netherlands is so famous for, are literally in their back yard.
Kikkerland Design Inc., where creativity runs rampant and even the most utilitarian gadget becomes a delightful discovery. Since 1992, the folks at Kikkerland Design have traveled the world in search of original designs for things that can make life more enjoyable. Clever things to intrigue you. Smart things that make everyday tasks easier. And gentle things that make you feel happier when you use them.
North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, the ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopedic exhibition of up-to-the-moment offerings, as well as a series of fascinating, fun, edifying programs, and a packed schedule of exhibits and features. ICFF hosts more than 700 exhibitors from more than 30 countries in 11 categories from furniture to materials to kitchen and bath to fabricators.
Since its inception, Collective Design has been an active supporter of and participant in NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s official citywide celebration of design, which will run from May 3-24, 2017. Spanning all disciplines of design, NYCxDESIGN creates a collaborative platform for cultural and commercial opportunities, elevates established and emerging design practices and increases awareness of and appreciation for design by all audiences. Hosted in New York City, NYCxDESIGN brings together all the disciplines of design, commerce, culture, education, and entertainment with a full, varied program, including exhibitions, installations, trade shows, talks, launches and open studios. The program is overseen by NYCEDC together with a Steering Committee comprised of leaders and leading institutions across most design disciplines
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