On December 30, 2011 at the ripe age of 105 the acclaimed ceramicist and Renaissance woman, Eva Zeisel left this world at her home here in New York City.
Last week ICFF was here once again, and we were there scoping out the latest and greatest interior design finds for our clients here in Manhattan.
Last week this New York City interior designer took our Materiality students to Brooklyn’s Flavor Paper. I’ve been a huge fan of FP since their ICFF debut.
I wanted to get her one of the Modkat litter boxes I spotted at ICFF back in 2009. At $180.00 I was feeling like perhaps a new pair of shoes was a better idea
Ikebana is also a contemporary light, merging poetics with technology, decoration with function, and aesthetics with ideology, in creating a highly symbolic beauty.
This weekend we were scouring the ICFF show in order to bring our clients the latest and greatest in contemporary design. While I’ll bring you a complete run down of our faves, I thought I’d first share the 2010 ICFF Editors Awards with you, which were bestowed in 16 categories.
Monday was the annual full-day Metropolis Conference @ ICFF, which is an international gathering of entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and innovators from many fields and disciplines. The key to success—now more urgently than ever—is INNOVATION.
This weekend, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair once again comes to the Jacob Javits Center here in NYC. With more than 550 exhibitors displaying contemporary furniture, seating, carpet and flooring, lighting, outdoor furniture, materials, wall coverings, accessories, textiles, and kitchen and bath for residential and commercial interiors, the show can be daunting.