Master List of All ICFF 2011 Events

Jump to: Thurs., May 12 | Fri., May 13 | Sat., May 14 | Sun., May 15 | Mon., May 16 | Multi-day and Ongoing

THURSDAY, MAY 12

5–9 p.m.
Sam Baron and Fair Folks & a Goat

Room for Two: An Urban Tale of Nature and the Baroque
7 E. 88th St., (646) 596-8354
A Manhattan mansion room decked out to elevate the senses; in collaboration with graphic designer Catarina Carrieras.

6–9 p.m.
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum

2 E. 91st St., (212) 849.8349
Music and cocktails in the garden, plus exhibitions on view.
General admission $15.

6–9 p.m.
reGeneration Furniture

38 Renwick St., (212) 741-2102
Party to launch a furniture line designed by Christine Miele and Valerie Guariglia in collaboration with skilled crafts artisans.

6:30–8:30 p.m.
ABC Carpet & Home
Talk with Todd Bracher about Truth in Design

888 Broadway, (212) 473-3000
Designer Todd Bracher discusses “truth” in design with Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, co-founder & CEO of Apartment Therapy.

FRIDAY, MAY 13

5:30 pm – 8pm
New Finnish Design SCENARIOS Pecha Kucha

In connection with the SCENARIOS showcase of Finnish Design, the SCENARIOS Pecha Kucha will consist of short presentations about the infinite themes of design and scenarios. Presenters from both the American and Finnish design communities will discuss their work, exchange ideas and network. Each presenter will have only 20 slides (with 20 seconds per slide) for their presentation. Presenters include (in no particular order):
* Allan Chochinov, Editor-in-Chief at Core77
* Kyle Cameron Studstill and Piers Fawkes, PSFK
* Sam Grawe, Editor-in-Chief of Dwell magazine
* James Hunt, Associate Professor of Transdisciplinary Design, School of Design Strategies at Parsons the New School for Design
* Andrea Lipps, Curatorial Assistant, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
* Teemu Suviala, Founder of Kokoro & Moi, Helsinki-based multidisciplinary design consultancy
* Outi Martikainen, Textile artist and Finnish designer participating in SCENARIOS
* Anna Ahonen and Katariina Lamberg, Founders of Paris-based design studio Ahonen & Lamberg
* Kimberly Oliver, Associate Director at design communications agency Camron PR
* John Dunnigan, Professor, Department of Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design
72 Gansevoort St.
info@designscenarios.net

6–9 p.m.
Ddc flagship party

136 Madison Ave.
info@ddcnyc.com
Celebrating the new collection, plus an installation by Jens Ahlemeyer.

6–9 p.m.
Duravit

105 Madison Ave.
(212) 387-2692
Party and special look at the Blue Moon and Sundeck pools.

6–9 p.m.
Johnson Trading Gallery

Rafael de Cárdenas Exhibition
490 Greenwich St.
(212) 925-1110
Party for architect/designer Rafael de Cárdenas’s first furniture collection, inspired by Bruce Goff and Frank Lloyd Wright.

6–8 p.m.
Museum of Arts & Design
Stephen Burks: Are You A Hybrid?

Opening party
2 Columbus Circle
RSVP: alison.deutsch@madmuseum.org
Opening party for Stephen Burks’s first curatorial project, with his work plus that of more than 30 other designers and artists. Admission limited to members (individual membership is $75), or purchase a ticket to MAD’s Young Patrons Fluorescent Ball on Monday, May 16, and receive a free invitation to the Burks party (ball tickets $150 with ICFF pass; see p. 70).

6–8 p.m.
Nemo Tile Celebrates ICFF

48 E. 21st St.
RSVP required: rsvp@nemotile.com
Join Nemo Tile in their showroom to celebrate ICFF.

6–9 p.m.
Suite New York

419 Park Ave. S., 17th fl.
kris@suiteny.com
Party to celebrate new work from Carl Hansen, DePadova, and more.

7–11 p.m.
Harry Allen Design
Black River Fever

207 Ave. A, (212) 529-7239
The U.S. launch of work by Harry Allen and Brunno Jahara for Brazilian manufacturers Vialight and NDT Brazil.

7–9 p.m., invite only
Norwegian Consulate General
ICFF Kick-Off Party

Cocktails in the Snøhetta office space to celebrate ICFF and the Norwegian designers attending it.

7–10 p.m.
VOOS at Wanted Design

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
(718) 218-8666
RSVP: rsvp@wanteddesignnyc.com
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres for an exhibition of work by designers from Brooklyn-based VOOS.

SATURDAY, MAY 14

10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Parsons + Metropolis @ ICFF
Furniture, Detail, & Space: Booth Tour

Booth 1448
Tour Metropolis’s 2011 ICFF booth with its designers—Parsons architecture, interior design, lighting design, and product design students who have been rethinking interiors under the guidance of celebrated event designer David Stark.

12–2 p.m.
Richard Schultz

979 Third Ave., Ste. 1523
(212) 679-2222
Meet-and-greet with legendary designer Richard Schultz, plus a preview of his new Mateo collection.

3–5 p.m.
Bernhardt Design
Tools @ Schools: The Classroom for Kids, Designed by Kids

Booth 1604
Meet the kids behind the designs. Punch and cookies will be served.

4–8 p.m.
Grande Central Showroom
and Villeroy & Boch
Play with Clay

19 Bond St., (212) 777-7984
playwithclay.info
Create your own pottery designs while listening to live jazz. Refreshments will be served.

5–8 p.m.
Chelsea Art Museum
Model Citizens NYC 2011

556 W. 22nd St., (917) 848-1903
Shuttle from Javits 5–6:30 p.m.
Cocktails for an exhibition of work from more than 60 domestic and international designers.

5–9 p.m.
Rich Brilliant Willing at Partners & Spade

40 Great Jones St.
(646) 861-2827
Opening of exhibition of work by Rich Brilliant Willing.

5–6:30 p.m.
Wanted Design Conversation: Synergies Between Architecture and Furniture Design

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
info@wanteddesignnyc.com
A discussion between Matilda McQuaid, Dominique Gonfard, Dror Benshetrit, Winka Dubbeldam, Marc Thorpe, and Jacques Ferrier.

6–10 p.m.
Cassina
Open House: Authentic News 2011

151 Wooster St., (212) 431 4424
A presentation of the new collection.

6–8 p.m.
Cite
Light at Play

131 Greene St., (212) 431-7272
The global launch of
the JOBY | Peter Stathis Venture collaboration.

6–9 p.m.
Foscarini pop-up showroom

17 Greene St.
RSVP: rsvp@foscarini.com
Preview event and cocktail party.

6–9 p.m.
Matter
New America

405 Broome St.
(212) 343-2600
Celebrating MatterMade Collection Two, with works by Lindsey Adelman, Jonah Takagi, Marc Ganzglass, and others.

6–9 p.m.
Waiting for You: A Collaboration Between Poltrona Frau and Parsons The New School for Design

145 Wooster St., (212) 777-7592
Opening for an exhibition from product-design students challenged with creating work about waiting.

6–-10 p.m.
ICFF After Party, Hosted by Stone Source

Special guests include Patricia Urquiola for Mutina, and Lord and Lady Cavendish for Burlington Stone.
Openhouse Gallery, 201 Mulberry St.
(212) 979-6400 x222, jgaram@stonesource.com

7–9 p.m.
ICFF Opening Night Party

MoMA, 11 W. 53rd St.
icff.com
The design industry’s annual bash to celebrate the ICFF. Sponsored by W magazine. Tickets $60.

7–10 p.m.
#break-down:
Design in Your Hands

59 Crosby St., (877) 378-1188
Party and interactive exhibit from StyleFactory.com, Design Milk, and Bobby Berk Home.

7–10 p.m.
BY New York

142 Greene St., (212) 431 4424
Reception celebrating new proposals by Boffi, Living Divani, and Porro, in BY New York’s Piero Lissoni-designed loft.

7–10 p.m.
Dune

156 Wooster St., (212) 925-6171
Cocktails to present the newest products in the line.

7–10 p.m.
The Future Perfect
Variety

55 Great Jones St.
(212) 473-2500
Launch of shows mounted for the ICFF, including Lindsey Adelman and Jason Miller’s lighting sculpture, Matthew Hilton and Leif.designpark’s work for De La Espada, Matt Gagnon’s Prototype lamps, Lara Knutson’s reflective work, Mark Moskovitz’s Facecord cabinet, Richard Saja’s Sideshow toile, and work from SCP by Matthew Hilton, Lee Kirkbride, Gareth Neal, Donna Wilson and Terence Woodgate.

7–10 p.m.
Noho Design District

American Design Building
45 Great Jones St.
(347) 731-6499
nohodesigndistrict.com
Opening parties to celebrate ICFF-related exhibitions:

McMasterpieces
Unique objects made of materials sourced from New Jersey–based industrial parts supplier McMaster-Carr; work by Bec Brittain, Roman & Williams, and more.

New Work by Lindsey Adelman and Paul Loebach
Adelman debuts three new lighting series, including one in collaboration with Darcy Miro. Paul Loebach debuts two works that highlight his dedication to materials and process.

Noho Next 2011
Showcase of emerging design talent, selected by Sight Unseen. Participants include Fort Standard, Brendan Ravenhill, and Iacoli & McAllister.

The Sight Unseen Pop-Up Shop, featuring WEARABLES
Wares from up-and-coming artists and designers, including pillows by Eskayel, kites and masks by Fredericks and Mae, and scarves by Raw Color.

Uhuru Presents: War Craft
Brooklyn-based furniture company Uhuru launches its War Craft line, with limited-edition pieces made from reclaimed wood sourced from a decommissioned U.S. battleship.

Color research by oskar peet
Japan Premium Beef
57 Great Jones St.
In a storefront once owned by Andy Warhol, Dutch-Canadian designer Oskar Peet installs his work in what is now a high-end Japanese beef shop.

8 p.m.–1 a.m.
Gallery R’Pure
Brokenoff Brokenoff

3 E. 19th St., (646) 572-3869
Celebration of work from nine designers inspired by Tobias Wong.Brad Ascalon, Dror Benshetrit, Todd Bracher, Stephen Burks, Joe Doucet, Josee Lepage, Frederick McSwain, Marc Thorpe, and David Weeks will be present.

SUNDAY, MAY 15

3–6 p.m.
Moleskine Workshops
Eyebeam Art + Technology

540 W. 21st St., (212) 353-1383
Make a Moleskine notebook glow in the hacking workshop lead by fashion technologist Diana Eng; join a collaborative drawing workshop led by Mark Parsons of Pratt Institute of Architecture.

5 p.m.
Arhaus Open House

Arhaus Furniture has moved into the Meatpacking District. To celebrate, House Beautiful invites you to come have a cocktail and toast Arhaus’s first New York City store and Design Week.
410 W. 13th St.
RSVP to 800.777.1745 ext 3110 or rsvp@arhaus.com

5–8 p.m.
Leucos USA
Lighten Up!

Poleci
32 Gansevoort St.
info@leucosusa.com
Cocktails to toast the Italian lighting company’s new LED Top Four light from their Luxit brand, and the popular Great JJ light from their ITRE brand, both on display at the chic boutique.

5–6:30 p.m.
Wanted Design Conversation:
The New Generation of Designers

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
info@wanteddesignnyc.com A discussion between Rama Chorpash, Antoine Roset, Francois Brument, Todd Bracher, Brad Ascalon, and Philippe Nigro.

6–9 p.m.
Finnish Cultural Institute and Consulate General of Finland
SCENARIOS

72 Gansevoort St.
designscenarios.net
Party for an exhibition that looks at the designers, manufacturers, and products shaping modern Finnish design.

6–8 p.m.
Flos
Get Lit With Flos

152 Greene St., (212) 353-1383
Book signing with Marcel Wanders and Rizzoli; attendees will be encouraged to blog, Tweet, and use social and viral media to win prizes from Flos and Rizzoli.

6–8 P.M.
GD Cucine and Electrolux

227 W. 17th St.
(646) 786-0005
RSVP: info@gdcucine.com
Chef presentation and wine reception to celebrate Cleto Munari’s furnishings collection by architects, artists, and poets.

6–8 P.M.
Lazzoni and the American Turkish Society
Design as Cultural Link

154 W. 18th St.
americanturkishsociety.org
RSVP required: d.kayalar@americanturkishsociety.org
Emerging Turkish designers discuss workng in the U.S. Designers’ work will be on display.

6–9 p.m.
Moleskine
Vocabulary of Objects

Eyebeam Art + Technology
540 W. 21st St., (212) 353-1383
Drinks to celebrate an exhibition of design notebooks by Giulio Iacchetti, a Figurative Drawing Device by Nova Jiang, and more.

6:30–9:30 p.m.
Phaidon STORE
Cocktail reception for
A Taxonomy of Office Chairs

83 Wooster St., (212) 925-1900
RSVP “Taxonomy Party”: store.soho@phaidon.com
Celebrating the publication of A Taxonomy of Office Chairs by Phaidon Press, with author Jonathan Olivares; in partnership with Interni and Room and Board.

7–10 p.m.
Karim Rashid: 20+11
Chelsea Modern

447 W. 18th St., gallery duplex 2
(212) 929 8657
rsvp@karimrashid.com
Cocktail party for 20 new works presented by Karim Rashid, and as yet unseen in the U.S.

7:30–9:30 p.m.
DWR
The Language of Nordic Design

408 W. 14th St., pr@dwr.com
An exploration of the language of Nordic design, and its relationship with other Scandinavian design traditions. Refreshments will be served.

MONDAY, MAY 16

10 a.m. – –12 p.m.
Urban Design Scenarios Panel Discussion

In conjunction with the New Finnish Design SCENARIOS exhibit in the Meatpacking District, this panel will present various ways in which the cities of today incorporate design in their planning. The panel will consist of internationally recognized design and architecture professional, addressing the topics of sustainability, architecture and urban landscape, and the World Design Capital 2012 Helsinki theme of Open Helsinki – Embedding Design in Life. Presenters include:
* Rick Bell, Executive Director of AIA New York Chapter
* Justin W. Cook, Sustainable Development Lead at Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund and Helsinki Design Lab’s expert on issues relating to climate change
* Hannu Kahonen, Founder and CEO of the internationally awarded industrial design consultancy Creadesign
* Moderator: Peter MacKeith, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture at Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis
72 Gansevoort St.
info@designscenarios.net

4–8 p.m.
Trans.luxe

59 Walker St., (212) 925-5863
Cocktails and the presentation of new lighting designs; special ICFF hours 5/13-5/17, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

5–6:30 p.m.
Wanted Design Conversation: Cultural Impact on Design

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
info@wanteddesignnyc.com
A discussion with Jaime Odabachian, David Trubridge, Matali Crasset, Joe Doucet, Frederick Mc Swain, and
Giulio Cappellini.

6–8 p.m.
Alessi
Dressed!

130 Greene St., (212) 353-1383
RSVP requested: RSVP4@bdeonline.biz
Party celebrating Marcel Wanders’ Dressed! tableware for Alessi, plus an installation by him. Wanders will be present at the event.

6–9 P.M.
Architects & Designers Building

Opening Night Party
150 E. 58th St., (212) 644-2766
Hundreds of new products and 35 showroom parties, under one roof.

6–9 p.m.
Artemide
Celebrate ICFF 2011

46 Greene St., (212) 925-1588
Party to toast new products: Ross Lovegrove’s Cosmic Angel, Zaha Hadid’s Genesy Lamp, and more.

6–9 p.m.
Bisazza Bagno presents the Hayon Collection

43 Greene St., (212) 334-7130
Celebrating Bisazza’s expansion into the bath market; Bisazza Bagno’s first collection, by Jaime Hayon, premieres during ICFF.

6–8 p.m.
De La Espada

33 Greene St., (212) 625-1039
Cocktail party to launch the latest products from Autoban, Matthew Hilton, Studioilse, Charlene Mullen, and Leif.designpark.

6–10 p.m.
Cassina

155 E. 56th St.
(212) 245-2121
Presentation of new products.

6–9 p.m.
DDC Studio Launch

181 Madison Ave.
info@ddcnyc.com
Launch of a collection of studios from such brands as Zanotta, Cor, and Missoni.

6–8 p.m.
Eggersmann Defines Unique
A & D Building

150 E. 58th St., 10th floor
contact@eggersmannusa.com
Eggersmann receives the 2010 Good Design Award.

6–8 p.m.
ExpoTENtial’s “Par Corps” Lab

536 LaGuardia Pl.
(212) 683-0023
Opening party for exhibition exploring ways to integrate activity, well-being, and social interaction into the urban fabric.

6–8 p.m.
Fontana Arte
Light Is Movement

45 Greene St., (212) 334-3295
A special showroom display, with new products launched at Euroluce 2011.

6–9 p.m.
Hastings

A & D Building
150 E. 58th St., 10th floor
(212) 674-9700
Open house and drinks in the bath company’s showroom.

6–8 p.m.
Jonathan Adler
Happy Chic Cocktail Hour

47 Greene St.
pr@jonathanadler.com
Drinks to celebrate and welcome ICFF vendors and visitors.

6–9 p.m.
Kartell
Kartell’s Magic Garden

39 Greene St., (212) 966-6665
The flagship showroom is trans-formed into an enchanted garden, featuring the U.S. debut of the Magic Hole series of outdoor furnishings by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quittlet. Many Kartell icons, including the Masters chair, will be on display.

6–9 p.m.
Poggenpohl
A & D Building

150 E. 58th St., (212) 355-3666
Poggenpohl and Porsche Design launch the world’s first carbon-fiber finish for kitchen cabinetry.

6–9 p.m.
Property
London, Milan, New York

14 Wooster St., (917) 237-0123
info@propertyfurniture.com
Cocktails, a DJ, and the latest designs from the three cities, with work by Innermost, Ferruccio Laviani, Clare O’Brien, and others. Work by Vienna-based Augarten will make its U.S. debut.

6:30–9:30 p.m.
Phaidon Store
ICFF Party

83 Wooster St., (212) 925-1900
RSVP “ICFF Sale Celebration”: store.soho@phaidon.com
Drinks reception and one-night-only sale to celebrate ICFF at the flagship Phaidon Store.

6–9 p.m.
TOTO USA
Enlightened Design Celebration

25 Mercer St., (917) 237-0665
RSVP: nygallery@totousa.com
View new environmentally sustainable designs from TOTO, the world’s largest bath products manufacturer.

6–9 p.m.
VOOS Lights Up Sportmax

450 W. Broadway
(212) 674-1817
RSVP: mmsoho@usa.maxmara.com
New lighting concepts and locally made fixtures from more than 20 young Brooklyn designers.

7 p.m.–12 a.m.
Museum of Arts & Design
Young Patrons Fluorescent Ball

2 Columbus Circle
(212) 299-7758
alison.deutsch@madmuseum.org
A night of design and art, dinner and dancing. Buy a ticket to the ball ($150 with ICFF pass) and receive a free invitation to the Stephen Burks party on May 13 (see p. 66 for listing).

7-9 p.m.
Molteni&C Dada Unifor Flagship Store

Armani/Dada Checkers Party
60 Greene St.
(212) 673-7106
The Molteni Group presents Checkers, the third Armani/Dada kitchen collaboration between Giorgio Armani and Dada.

MULTI-DAY AND ONGOING

Now–5/21
Jugaad Urbanism
Center for Architecture

536 LaGuardia Pl.
(212) 683-0023
An exhibition looking at how everyday solutions in several Indian cities are being translated into inventive strategies by architects, urban planners, and governmental and nongovernmental entitites.

5/4–5/31
ExpoTENtial’s “Par Corps” Lab

536 LaGuardia Pl.
(212) 683-0023
An exhibition that looks at how to build activity, well-being, and social interaction into the fabric
of the urban environment.

5/7–5/23
Parsons Festival

25 E. 13th St.
newschool.edu/parsons/fesetival
Exhibitions, installations, screenings, and events at Parsons The New School for Design.

5/10–6/10
Lucite’s 75th Anniversary
Material Connexion

60 Madison Ave., 2nd fl.
(212) 842-2050
Exhibition of products celebrating Lucite through the years, plus the winning prototypes from the Carry Me! handbag design competition.

5/11–6/30
Living Arrangements
Spring

126A Front St., Brooklyn
(718) 222-1054
An exhibition of work inspired by the experience of everyday life.

5/12–6/30
Destination: Istanbul Collection
MoMA Design Stores

11 W. 53rd St., (212) 708-9400
81 Spring St., (646) 613-1367
More than 100 lifestyle products from emerging Istanbul designers.

5/13–5/15
Going DUTCH

5–9 p.m.
15 Union Square W.
(917) 297-5929
RSVP: info@goingdutch.us
The Going DUTCH foundation presents an exhibition of Dutch design, art, and architecture, including the world premier of a new chair by Moooi and architectural maquettes by Gilian Schrofer. Presented in the penthouse of the former Tiffany building. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

5/13–5/15
Model Citizens NYC 2011
Chelsea Art Museum

556 W. 22nd St.
(917) 848-1903
Free shuttle from Javits Center May 14–15, 2:30–6:30 p.m.
Third annual exhibition of work from more than 60 domestic and international designers, as well as a retail shop.

5/13–5/16
Noho Design District Shows
American Design Building

45 Great Jones St.
(347) 731-6499
nohodesigndistrict.com
McMasterpieces
Top New York City designers such as Bec Brittain, Alissia Melka-Teichroew, and Roman & Williams craft objects from materials produced by New Jersey-based industrial parts supplier McMaster-Carr. Curated by Sight Unseen.

Lindsey Adelman and Paul Loebach
New work from two of New York’s brightest designers.

Noho Next 2011
Nine up-and-coming designers, selected by Sight Unseen.

Sight Unseen Pop-Up Shop
One-of-a-kind products and objects from Study O Portable, Renata Abbade, and more.

Uhuru Presents: War Craft
The latest furniture collection from Brooklyn-based studio Uhuru. The pieces are made from reclaimed wood sourced from a decommissioned U.S. battleship.

5/13–6/25
Rafael de Cárdenas

Johnson Trading Gallery
490 Greenwich St.
(212) 925-1110
The first collection of furniture by architect/designer Rafael de Cárdenas, inspired by Bruce Goff and Frank Lloyd Wright.

5/13–6/19
Rich Brilliant Willing
at Partners & Spade

40 Great Jones St.
(646) 861.2827
Saturdays and Sundays only
New work from the cutting-edge design studio.

5/13–5/15
10 a.m.–10 p.m.
Royal Botania Outdoor Lounge

At 14th St. and Ninth Ave.
(212) 812-9852
Kick back among garden furniture by the Belgian manufacturer, with an installation by architect Francis D’Haene of d’apostrophe design, and a new table and chairs from the D-Lux collection.

5/13–5/16
Wanted Design

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
info@wanteddesignnyc.com
A showcase for designers, manufacturers, curators, and collaborations.

5/13 – 5/16
Omer Arbel & Bocci: 19 + 28

Vancouver-based designer Omer Arbel and contemporary manufacturer BOCCI present Series 19, a collection of sand-cast brass vessels, and Series 28, blown glass pendant lights, installed in an entirely unexpected location: inside the Downtown Auto Center, a functioning body shop.
Downtown Auto Center: 348 Bowery
(212) 777-4848
www.omerarbel.com and www.bocci.ca

5/14–5/17
3–6 p.m.
Black River Fever
Harry Allen Design

207 Ave. A
(212) 529-7239 x101
Work by Harry Allen and Brunno Jahara for Brazilian manufac-turers Vialight and NDT Brazil.

5/14–5/17
Brokenoff Brokenoff
Gallery R’Pure

3 E. 19th St., (646)572-3869
Work by nine celebrated New York-based designers, inspired by the life and work of Tobias Wong.

5/14–5/16
Color Research by Oskar Peet

57 Great Jones St.
(347) 731-6499
3-D objects from Dutch-Canadian designer Oskar Peet.

5/14–5/17
Foscarini Pop-Up Showroom

17 Greene St.
In operation only during ICFF.

5/14–5/17
Furniture, Detail, & Space: Parsons + Metropolis @ ICFF

ICFF Booth 1448
Stop by to see the booth that Parsons students created in a rigorous studio with celebrated designer David Stark, in response to a challenge from Metropolis to rethink installations and temporary spaces.

5/14–5/17
Karim Rashid: 20+11
Chelsea Modern

447 W. 18th St., gallery duplex 2
(212) 929-8657
Karim Rashid presents 20 works as yet unseen seen in America.

5/14–5/15
Material Connexion

10 a.m.–5 p.m.
60 Madison Ave., 2nd fl.
(212) 842-2050
Special weekend hours for ICFF.

5/14–5/17
New Finnish Design Scenarios:
A Story about what Happened in the Future

72 Gansevoort St.
designscenarios.net
Exhibition about the designers, manufacturers, and products shaping modern Finnish design. Curated by Sari Antton.

5/14–5/18
SUITE New York’s International Design Exhibition

419 Park Ave. S., 17th fl.
larissa@suiteny.com
New products from an international roster of vendors, including Arper, Carl Hansen, DePadova, and Woodnotes.

5/14–5/17
Variety

The Future Perfect
55 Great Jones St.
(212) 473-2500
New work from Lindsey Adelman and Jason Miller, Matthew Hilton and Leif.designpark, Matt Gagnon, Lara Knutson, Mark Moskowitz, Richard Saja, Lee Kirkbride, Gareth Neal, Donna Wilson, and Terence Woodgate.

5/14–5/16
VOOS at WantedDesign

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
(718) 218-8666
Twelve designers from Brooklyn-based VOOS exhibit their work.

5/14–5/23
VOOS Lights Up Sportmax

450 W. Broadway
(212) 674-1817
New lighting concepts and locally made fixtures by more than 20 young designers from the Brooklyn-based VOOS.

5/14–5/17
Waiting for You:
A Collaboration Between Poltrona Frau and Parsons The New School for Design

145 Wooster St.
(212) 777-7592
Work by Parsons product-design students, in collaboration with the Poltrona Frau Group North America and under the direction of noted designer Andrea Ruggiero, responding to the challenge to create furniture and environment concepts that improve the experience of waiting.

5/14–5/16
2–4 p.m.
Design Workshops: Designers Meet Craftsmen

La.Venue, 608 W. 28th St.
info@wanteddesignnyc.com
Craftsmen working with metal, wood, engraving, and gilding collaborate with designers to create one-of-a-kind pieces.

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