ICFF 2010

ICFF 2010
May 18, 2010 Contemporary styles showcase enhancements in texture, clean forms, and colorful palettes with metallics.
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ICFF 2010_01 Tints by Chemetal features 15 colors of aluminum surfacing made from 80 percent recycled content. The brushed patterns are suitable for commercial interiors and vertical applications.
ICFF 2010_02 The newest edition of Herman Miller's Eames Plastic Molded Chairs made their first public appearance at ICFF 2010. The popular line of comfortable chairs has been recently extended to incorporate a baby blue hue.
ICFF 2010_03 Softline’s Luna Chair features a time-tested design updated with new materials. The stackable seat, introduced at Milan 2010 earlier this year, features a polypropylene base strengthened with a glass glaze and a polycarbonate seat. The base comes in either red or white and the top offers eight additional hue options.
ICFF 2010_04 The Factory by Sette Cento features recognizable visual compositions, such as Audrey Hepburn and the Brooklyn Bridge, layed over as a glaze on thin, short textured lines.
ICFF 2010_05 Ceramica Bardelli will exclusively launch its new series of Excellence by Design ceramic tiles to Hastings Tile & Bath this year. Designed by Piero Fornasetti, each tile design is made via a hand-made image transfer.
ICFF 2010_06 Marquee by Trove is reinvented when the wallcovering print is applied to a textured, glass-beaded base. Slight reflections from the light and a darker background add a touch of drama to the old-time theater scene.
ICFF 2010_07 As part of its 75th anniversary Dress the Chair celebration, Artek showcased a series of its iconic wooden Armchair 400 (launched 1936) that have been re-envisioned by various artists and designers adding their own personal spin. This chair is designed by Maharam, with embroidery by Sabine Steinmair.
ICFF 2010_08 Suited for a king, Pharo by Wilde & Speith boasts a palette of nine brightly hued colors. The stackable, indoor/outdoor seat is made from fiberglass and has the option of a removable cushion. Adult- and child-sized versions are available.
ICFF 2010_09 As one of Graham & Brown’s new wallpaper collections, Shape & Form takes cues from architectural beauty, featuring textured coverings with shading for added depth. A total of seven patterns in five shades is available.
ICFF 2010_10 Ditto by 3form is a variation on the typical room partition. The architectural product can be assembled in various shapes and layered to form a unique and aesthetic work of art. The solid and translucent pieces are made from Ecoresin, a recycled material with 40 percent pre-consumer content.
ICFF 2010_11 3form also launched at ICFF its Gecko line of wall appliqués. The adhesive textile features a silicone backing that easily sticks to glass as a semi-permanent design. The line comes in 29 flame- and smoke-rated patterns, including prints, solids, and a spider-weave design.
ICFF 2010_12 Parrot by Phillip Starck launched an expanded line of Zikmu wireless speakers, now with grey and lime green shades in addition to the existing black and white. The series, which was seen in Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance music video, features Bluetooth compatibility, a TV TCA output, and iPod dock.
ICFF 2010_13 This intriguing light by Johnny Swing follows suit with the furniture designer’s “reuse is good use” theme. Small mason jars are used as clear shades in this circular chandelier, which is a definite conversation starter.
ICFF 2010_14 Newly reinvented with a contemporary stainless steel, cross-style base and expanded selection of colorful upholstery options, Tok features a mix of Japanese and Scandinavian style. Designed by Toshiyuki Kita, Tok aims to flaunt the human aspect in design. The wood seat base can be painted red, white, or black.
ICFF 2010_15 BRC Designs showcased its Spider Sofa, which is composed of either black or brown recycled zippers and silk fabric ties as an eco-friendly and reinvented version of shag-styled seating.
ICFF 2010_16 The Blossom and Cervo Chairs by Antonio Pio Saracino both feature intriguing curves formed from plywood.
ICFF 2010_17 Turnstyle launched its line of Composite Leather handles and knobs. Each piece is made from a resin and marble dust mix, which is then poured into a silicone mold, to give the look and feel of real leather details.
ICFF 2010_18 Corvo, introduced at Milan Furniture Fair 2010 by Bernhardt, made its appearance U.S. appearance at ICFF. The seat features a refined and sleek wood design with an assortment of frame and upholstery shades.
ICFF 2010_19 Clouds get life as a lighting solution with Molo Design. The anti-humidity and UV-resistant, versatile honeycomb-like material is made from Tyvek and can be used in a variety of applications, such as room dividers/partitions, counters/bars, and seating.
ICFF 2010_20 Santa & Cole pushes lighting to a new scale with the Cirio LED suspension light. Perfect for large retail or hospitality spaces, the circular styled light features a warm diffuser and two shade options—white porcelain or black aluminum with a gold interior.
ICFF 2010_21 The Fresh Air Collection of outdoor dining furniture from Richard Schultz. The meal construction with powder-coated aluminum lends them for use in commercial areas and the bold colors offers a clean, modern feel.