May 27, 2015
The ICFF is a breeding ground for inspiration. A place where you can find the latest designs in modern and contemporary furniture. Not only could we sit on and interact with some of the most innovative and versatile pieces, but we were able to chat with leading designers & manufacturers. Here are some of our favourite pieces spotted at the show.
The Bocci 73 series are cloud-like suspension pendants, each with their very own character. These lamps are made by blowing hot liquid glass into a ceramic fabric shell. The force of the glass blowing into the fabric gives each piece its own form and print. The LED light source is centered inside the structure and offers an ambient glow.
The Vitra Panton chair, designed by Verner Panton in 1960, is a classic furniture design. Featured in summer green, this plastic chair is flexible, comfortable, and perfect for balcony or patio space. Its distinguishable look is sure to make it a popular seat in the home.
The Vitra HAL armchair designed by Jasper Morrison, is still going strong in the contemporary market. This chair is part of the versatile HAL chair family. Its fluid one-piece seat offers a distinct form, easy to appreciate and adorn in any room.
Bensen brix system, designed by Niels Bendtsen, is a modular, stackable system made in Italy. This storage unit can be arranged in a variety of configurations. Its simple and sophisticated structure provides strength and stability. (Not included: 2 additional sizes and a new matt lacquer & wood finishes).
Onecollection exhibits the famous Pelican chair by Finn Juhl with its loveseat partner to celebrate the Pelican's 75th anniversary. These pieces feature the "Macbeth" drawing by Asger Jorn of the Domincile Culture design company.
This new FLOS lamp is a prototype designed by Jasper Morrison that only releases in summer 2016. It features an all-LED diffuser with a touch button that allows the lamp to go from a cool to a warm light. (Left: warm light. Right: cool light)
The Loius Poulsen PH 4/3 Pendant light, designed by Poul Henningsen in 1966, features a dynamic lamp shade with three discs made of painted spun aluminum. This lamp is part of the PH 3-shade family originally designed for the "Forum" exhibition hall in Copenhangen, Denmark. The light offers ambient and direct light and is available in an assortment of brilliant colors.