The ICFF, International Contemporary Furniture Fair is known for showcasing the best in contemporary home furnishings and interiors. This year there were 30% more vendors which meant new and fresh designs to be seen. Lots of geometric and organic shapes was seen in many silhouettes of lighting, seating, and wall accessories. Beautiful and innovative woven seating and modular lighting objects turned many heads at the show.
Take a look below at some of our favorite booths:
Subliminal vessels made from resin-bonded sand designed by Steven Haulenbeek.
Bla Station and their hand-tufted modular banquette.
Solid colored footed vessels by Jonas Wagell Design & Architecture.
Gorgeous Chrona Lights designed by Graypants.
Modern and organically shaped mirrors from Bower.
A drop-shaped mirror within a wooden frame that extends out to become a shelf made by Skram Studios with a natural finish.
The simple CUP Sofa, from Stillfried which features high back and sides that envelope seamlessly into each other.
The Pala chair by Artifort was designed to curve like the shape of a human body for both comfort and quality design.
AVO + AVO displaying their hand painted leather goods which can be used for upholstery, pillows, and wall paper!
Lim + Lu’s booth had a very nostalgic Memphis design approach. Their walls were covered marbled, geometric patchwork rugs and funky candle holders and vessles.
Anna Karlin displaying a cool contemporary chaise inspired by cylinder like shapes.
Unique woven leather lighting modules made by Le Fit Rouge.
Laura Earle showcasing these wool/felt sculptural ottomans and decorative objects.
Mesh suspension lighting from Luceplan.
Woven seating with a high back and dramatic details made by NAU.