ICFF: A Few of My Favorite Things
More and more, ICFF week seems to be about the events peripheral to the show itself. Not to protest too much—I held a reception in my showroom last Thursday—but it seemed like I went to a half dozen openings and drank twice as many caipirinhas before even setting foot in the Javits Center on Sunday. Sensing a need to pace myself—there would be a Public Bike ride to SoHo Sunday afternoon, courtesy of Rob Forbes, plus a reception at Tretorn afterward, along with more events on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday—I strolled around the show with my camera, open to whatever caught my eye.
Ten of my favorite images, in no particular order, are shown here, with thanks to the following:
David D’Imperio Lighting, for the gilt aluminum hanging fixture and vascular-looking sconce; Pratt Institute, for the caning chair (by Chia Lin Hsu) and the Asian-inspired translucent panels; Graviti Zone Rugs; Ango Design, for the silk cocoon lamp diffuser; John Ross Design, for the wooden pedestal and sculptures; Park Hyun Sun, for the minimalist display of folding chairs; Art Future Design School of Saint Petersburg; Carmen Salazar, for the hand-blown glass fixtures; Molo Designs, for the fold-to-nothing hanging light foms; and whoever did the illuminated tubular sculpture installation.