At the 28th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) over 35,000 attendees walked the show over the course of four days. This year the show expanded to a second floor that housed ICFF Schools, the Design Milk Pop-Up stand, Tokyo Design Week, Ho.MI Italian brands and Luxe Interiors to provide
This year's New York Design Week lineup proved the week of festivities have much more to offer than the go-to design fairs. Whether you scoured Brooklyn, downtown, or even way uptown, there were a wide number of shows from designers big and small to enjoy. On top of several small
Sight Unseen continues to put their special touch on the world of design with their third installment of the now must-see annual OFFSITE design fair. While taking in sprawling views of Bryant Park in Manhattan, visitors were treated to impressive works from emerging designers, established design studios and artists alike.
WantedDesign is a unique destination during NYCxDesign in two parts with one location in Manhattan's west side and a second location in Brooklyn's industrial Sunset Park, focused on providing a platform for emerging designers, student work and dedicated to highlighting the global design community through a series of curated international
As part of NYCxDesign, the students of the MFA in Products of Design at the School of Visual Arts present ACCESS LTD, a set of roving checkpoints that investigates the way access is granted and denied by design—based on where we're from, what we look like, how we speak, and
To celebrate the U.S. debut of Lattice, a kilim rug designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Nanimarquina, Core77 spoke with Ronan about the role of design week presentations starting with the importance of the Salone del Mobile in Milan to the balance of craft and industry. Lattice kilim rug
Jumpstart your week with our insider's guide to events in the design world. From must-see exhibitions to insightful lectures and the competitions you need to know about—here's the best of what's going on, right now.
Each day our editors roundup our favorite sights and projects from New York Design Week. Today we cover a few standout student projects from ICFF and WANTED Brooklyn. KITCHEN 2.0: Ana Arana's "Gali" kitchen is a response to the compact living spaces of urban nomads. This tiny, self-contained kitchen island packs
Each day our editors will roundup our favorite sights and projects from New York Design Week. Today we cover ICFF, designjunction + Dwell on Design, Wanted Manhattan and NYCxSKYMALL.
Each day our editors will roundup our favorite sights and projects from New York Design Week. Today we cover Tribeca Design District, Sight Unseen OFFSITE and Maharam x RISD's STEAM Fellowship. STEAMxDESIGN. Since 2012 Maharam has been funding summer internship opportunities for RISD students to use their design training to affect
Sight Unseen OFFSITE kicked off this Friday morning and is, as always, bold and full of fresh energy from young emerging designers. Presenting works from Sight Unseen mainstays along with a number of compelling newcomers, this designer fair for the hip and eccentric is sure to excite. Here are just
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