Collection by Kelsey Keith

ICFF 2012: Picks from Javits Center

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This week we're digging deep into our favorites objets de design spotted at the 2012 International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, from satellite events to the show floor at Javits Center. (See here for full coverage.) After a weekend spent trolling the aisles, I've picked a few favorites from designers young, old, beloved, and novel. Incidentally, I saw more than a few rugs I liked, which dovetails nicely with Dwell's June interiors issue, hitting newsstands on May 29.

The Bernhardt Design booth was a showstopper, combining a display of Charles Pollock's previous work, including chairs...
A portrait of Pollock shown next to one of the many iterations of his new CP Lounge for Bernhardt Design.
Inigo Elizalde has based his latest rug and woven textile collection around one spectacular bamboo-and-wool carpet (at...
Blu Dot gets into the rug game with several editions that cost less than $600.
Amuneal, a fabrication company from Philadelphia known for engineering major architectural installations, goes "ready...
Amuneal shows off its fabrication skills with a box that was proposed and built in less than one day before its ICFF...
Knoll debuted a new marble-topped outdoor table by Daniel Stromborg at this year's ICFF (paired with chairs Don...
Jieldé's articulated Standard lamp, introduced in 1950, now comes in matte finishes.
Amy Helfand's rugs are painterly versions of traditional, floral-patterned knotted carpet.
All the editors loved the Tools for Everyday Life booth, featuring products by designers-in-residence at Northumbria...
RUX Design, out of Manhattan, designed these modular LED lamps called Stickbulbs.
insidenorway's prototype exhibition at ICFF, called New Norwegian Design: Plain and Simple, was curated by Paul...
Bernhardt Design also presented the 7th annual ICFF Studio booth, showing prototypes from emerging designers in an...
Organic, hand-painted wallpaper is still going strong in many design quarters.
Christopher Roy is a native of England, but now works in the American vernacular from his home base in Sarasota,...
See you next year,...
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