There is less than one month to go before the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) officially opens the doors to the largest design show of the year! We are pretty excited to say the least—we’re bringing the Milk Stand again!
ICFF NYC 2018 is the place to be to see the latest and greatest in upcoming contemporary design—if you’re going to any design event, you want this one to be at the top of your list. The international design trade event is housing a whopping 900+ exhibitors from all over the world this year at the Javits Convention Center in NYC to showcase their newest collections.
Register to attend today at no cost.
Here’s a sneak peek of the International design you can expect to see this year…
Using the ancient Japanese marbling process of suminagashi, Ukiyo is a contemporary take on the floating ink technique. These designs were handcrafted in-house using traditional ink, water, and paper, then digitally transformed into compelling murals. Like its namesake, each composition is a suspended microcosm, captured before it dissipates.
Beallor-Snyder, a renown goldsmith, now focuses her talents on creating large sculptural works made entirely of varying weights of natural manila rope. The much sought-after artist uses a ‘free weaving’ technique to create sculptures that reflect the path of countless women as they struggle to hold on to their identity while balancing work, motherhood and marriage. She sees the power of the work in its scale, and in the narrative embedded within – its swirls of chaos, layers of inner turmoil, and endless knots of stress.
Register for ICFF here.