8 Highlights from New York’s ICFF + WantedDesign
See INTERIOR DESIGN’s top picks from New York’s latest ICFF and WantedDesign shows, featuring an array of colorful and shapely furniture and accessories.
Explore the Latest in Contemporary Furniture Design
Fig by Virginia Sin of Sin
The Brooklyn-based studio founder and creative director and multidisciplinary designer wowed with her modular shelving system comprising intricate hand-built ceramic structures supporting glass tiers.
Jung by Manan Narang and Urvi Sharma of INDO-
A pendant fixture from the Rhode Island studio juxtaposes traditionally masculine and feminine forms: The brass dome and brass-bead fring nod to battle helmets and Indian jewelry, respectively.
Geomorph by Mary Ratcliffe of Mary Ratcliffe Studio
Following a four-month road trip from her native Toronto to the California coastline, the designer crafted side tables that can nest or cluster and are inspired by sedimentary and metamorphic rock formations.
Standard Collection by Karen Gayle Tinney of Karen Gayle Tinney
Working in the realm of ceramics and fiber art, the Vermont-based artist debuts her series of glazed, hand-formed stoneware vases with fringed details that, despite the name, are anything but standard.
Scroll by Mana Sazegara of Mana Sazegara Design Lab
The designer’s signature ultra-bright hues and neo-Memphis architectural forms infuse New York’s kinetic energy into everything from furniture to fabric, like this one-of-a-kind, acrylic-on-linen wall art.
Petal by Hannah Bigeleisen of H.Bigeleisen
The New York–based studio founder put a funky twist on flower petals with her sconce made of concentric, biomorphic layers of mirror-polished aluminum paired with a globe bulb.
Sierra by Natalie Shook of Piscina
The studio principal, who began her career as a painter and woodworker, branches into lighting with ceramic-faced sconces, their clever redwood joinery and modular mortises enabling endless configurations.
Artifact by Ayumi Kodama and Miya Kodama of Ayumiya
Each of the Kodama sisters’ cast-glass, copper, and bronze sconces is one of a kind and designed to mimic corporeal changes over time, with air bubbles and stretch marks poetically preserved.
8 Innovative Accents and Furnishings at NeoCon 2023
From monochrome tables to a wavy coatrack, get a sneak peek of the innovative products on display at NeoCon 2023, June 12-14 at THE MART in Chicago.
Piscina’s New Side Tables Make a Narrative of Empty Space
The Reader side table from Brooklyn studio Piscina serves two functions with the perfect void destined to be filled with books.
8 Noteworthy Product Launches from 3daysofdesign 2023
See highlights from the star-studded product launches at 3daysofdesign’s 10th anniversary, from a rice-paper pendant to chairs with curvaceous contours.
Anna Karlin Unveils a Shapely New Furniture and Lighting Collection
Product designer Anna Karlin’s hotly anticipated fall collection of lighting, furniture, and objects comes together after three years in the making.
8 Conversation-Worthy Fittings and Fixtures
From colorful stained-glass tiles to sleek faucets and architectural-inspired fixtures, these kitchen and bath accents double as conversation starters.
Mix and Match These Italian-Made Washbasins and Trays
Recently unveiled by Relax Design at Cersaie, color and shape dialogue harmoniously in Vivy, a new line of washbasins available in an array of hues.