Product> The Comprehensive New York Design Week 2013 Roundup

East, Newsletter, Product
Monday, June 10, 2013
The Low Collection by 13&9 Design

The Low Collection by 13&9 Design.

New York’s inaugural design week, held from May 10 through 21, was a comprehensive, two-week celebration of all things design across Manhattan island, as well as parts of Brooklyn. Showcasing the latest from industry stalwarts to emerging and independent designers—local, domestic, and international—AN culled its top picks of New York Design Week products from the ICFF show floor, Wanted Design exhibitions, showroom launches, and all events in between. 

The Low Collection
13&9 Design
The multidisciplinary Austrian design studio debuted at Wanted Design with a collection of furniture, wearable fashion and accessories, a cinematic video, and a music album. With the Low Collection (pictured above), Corian is formed into several seating styles that combine with storage vessels, all at ground level. Suitable for outdoors, furniture heights can be modified to generate a unique landscape.

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Q+A> Design Week with Christian Rasmussen

Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Christian Rasmussen.

Christian Rasmussen. (Courtesy Fritz Hansen)

On the opening day of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) at the Javits Center, AN sat down with Christian Rasmussen, the head of design for Fritz Hansen, to discuss the company’s design strategies, its philosophy on collaboration, and to test out the new Favn and Ro seating that has just been released in the U.S.

What are your impressions of ICFF?

It’s getting better every year and I’m seeing more interesting stuff. I was surprised last year and this one is even better. Last month we were in Milan but it’s so big. I like that ICFF is more focused and offers a tighter overlook. You can spend more time in each booth as opposed to Milan where you have to move very fast to see everything. Overall it’s really positive.

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Product > Finds From the Floor at ICFF 2013

East, Product
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
LA2 Two by 3Form|LightArt

LA2 Two by 3Form|LightArt

The 25th edition of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) opened on Saturday, May 19, with approximately 500 exhibitors from around the world showing their wares to the design community. In addition to smaller designs studios from Brooklyn, New York to Portland, Oregon, international designers from Belgium, Spain, Italy, Norway, Japan, and Haiti were also onsite with all manner of interior products. The fair closes on May 21, and is open to the public on the final day.

LA2 Two
3Form LightArt
A sanitary alternative to silk pendant shades, Two features 3Form’s Varia Ecoresin—made of 40 percent preconsumer recycled content—formed around a fabric layer for greater ease of cleanability. The pendant comes fully enclosed with top and bottom diffusers for LED components that also feature dimming capabilities.

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Ciao, Milano!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Lamp shades on Montenapoleone get the Milanese into the swing of the ubiquitous fair. CLICK TO VIEW SLIDESHOW.

Lamp shades on Montenapoleone get the Milanese into the swing of the ubiquitous fair.


We recently returned from Milan, having taken in the annual Furniture Fair and biannual Euroluce. Click the picture above for a slideshow of the proceeding, or read our full report here.

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