Updated: The Ultimate ICFF 2010 Event Guide

We’ve been feverishly updating our list of ICFF events and parties all week, and now we’re confident that we have the most comprehensive and up-to-date guide on the Web. (If we missed something, send us an e-mail with “ICFF 2010 Event” in the subject line.) Without further ado, then, here’s our master list of ICFF happenings:

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9-10:30 a.m.
STRAIGHTFORWARD: NEW FINNISH DESIGN

Chelsea Market
410 W. 16th St.
(212) 674-5570
info@straightforward-design.net
www.straightforward-design.net
Breakfast preview for the exhibition, lounge, and pop-up store featuring the work of emerging and established Finnish designers.

4-7 p.m.
BIG ASS FANS

556 W. 22nd St.
(347) 208-9199
isiseventrsvp@gibbs-soell.com
Cocktails at the Chelsea Art Museum to celebrate the debut of the Isis ceiling fan.

5-8 p.m.
VITRA

29 Ninth Ave.
vitraus@vitra.com
Drinks and hors d’oeuvres to celebrate Vitra and Creation Bauman’s ICFF opening. RSVP requested.

6-8 p.m.
ALU

138 W. 25th St., 3rd Fl.
aluny@alu.com
Opening Night Friday at the Alu showroom for drinks and to view the Slider display system.

6-9 p.m.
DDC AND ELLE DÉCOR

136 Madison Ave.
(212) 685.0800
info@ddcnyc.com
Celebration of ddc’s new showroom, co-hosted by Elle Décor and with an installation by David LaChapelle.

6-9 p.m.
DURAVIT AND BOCONCEPT

105 Madison Ave.
(212) 686-0033
alex.bursac@us.duravit.com
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres to launch the Vero Black pieces.

6-8 p.m.
FORNASETTI

Barneys New York Chelsea Passage
Madison Ave. and 61st St., 9th Fl.
(212) 450-8701
Presentation of the surrealist couture pieces by Liborio Capizzi and a new collection of limited-edition vases. RSVP requested.

6:30-9:30 p.m.
DOM SHOWROOMS/VALCUCINE
IN GLASS: MATERIAL FOR THE FUTURE

66 Crosby St.
rsvp@domshowrooms.com
Opening for an exhibit of products designed in glass, with work by Thom Mayne, Winka Dubbeldam, and Alessandro Mendini. Exhibit, 5/14-6/18

6:30-9 p.m.
HUDSON FURNITURE

419 W. 14th St., 2nd Fl.
(212) 645-7800
event@hudsonfurniture.com
ICFF opening event, with a new showroom and a new collection. RSVP required.

6:30-8:30 p.m.
ITALIAN TRADE COMMISSION

8 Bond St.
(212) 353-1383
sarah@bdeonline.biz
Opening party to celebrate the exhibition Personalissimo: Ethical Design > Italian Style.

7-9 p.m., invite only
ABC CARPET & HOME: CONRAN SHOP LAUNCH

888 Broadway
(212) 755-9079
abchome.com/events/conranshop
Opening party for the new Conran Shop at ABC Carpet & Home; Sir Terence Conran will be in attendance.

7-9 p.m.
MANÚ

525 W. 22nd St.
(212) 755-9079
RSVP4@bdeonline.biz
At the Ameringer McEnery Yohe Gallery, the debut of luxury goods hand-crafted in New England from Spinneybeck leather. RSVP requested.

8-10 p.m., invite only
DDCLAB

427 W. 14th St.
Private opening reception for the Sounds Like show. (The public opening is on Monday.)

8 p.m.-12 a.m.
WALLPAPER*

Espasso
38 N Moore St.
wallpaper@nadinejohnson.com
Wallpaper* editor in chief Tony Chambers, Iguatemi CEO Carlos Jereissati, and Carlos Junqueira of Espasso invite you to celebrate the launch of Wallpaper*’s June issue, Born in Brazil.

9-12 p.m.
CORE77

Gershwin Hotel
7 E. 27th St.
rsvp@core77.com
NY Design Week Kick Off Party! First 200 guests will receive a special Core77 giveaway by designer Steven Hanlenbeek.

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11 a.m.-12 p.m
MATERIALS MATTER: MORE WITH LESS

ICFF Theater
www.icff.com
Dr. Andrew H. Dent, vice president of library and materials research at Material ConneXion, gives a tour through the latest significant developments in materials technology.

12 p.m.
METROPOLIS BOOKS: DESIGN REVOLUTION BOOK SIGNING

ICFF Bookstore
www.icff.com
Emily Pilloton signs copies of her new book, Design Revolution: 100 Products That Empower People.

2-3 p.m.
PATRICIA URQUIOLA WITH FAST COMPANY

ICFF Theater
www.icff.com
The much-lauded Milan-based architect and industrial designer discusses the nexus of design and business in today’s global marketplace.

4 p.m.
BERNHARDT DESIGN AND STYLUS: AMERICAN FURNITURE DESIGN HONORS

ICFF Booth 1604
Reception for the designers Jonah Takagi and Ini Archibong, winners of the inaugural American Furniture Design Honors.

4-7:30 p.m.
GRANDE CENTRAL

19 Bond St.
(212) 777-7984
Party to toast the renovation of the Noho showroom.

4:30-6:30 p.m.
GALLERY R’PURE

3 E. 19th St.
(646) 572-3869
event@galleryrpure.com
Presentation of works by and Q&A with Francois Azambourg. RSVP requested.

5-8 p.m.
MODEL CITIZENS NYC

531 W. 36th St., 2nd Fl.
www.modelcitizensnyc.com
Opening party for an exhibition of work by 35-50 designers of furniture, product, ceramic, glass, and jewelry.

5:30-8:30 p.m.
TWO JAKES: OMNI+ URBAN UNVEILING

320 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn
twojakes.com
kim@social4media.com
Cocktail party to unveil the Omni+ brand of home-theater furniture—meet Karim Rashid from 6:30-7:45 p.m. RSVP requested.

6-8 p.m.
ABC CARPET & HOME
GLASITALIA: AN INSTALLATION ON CLARITY

888 Broadway
(212) 473-3000
abchome.com/events/glasitalia
Launch of installation by Studio Lissoni and Glasitalia, hosted by Piero Lissoni.

6-9 p.m., invite only
BY NEW YORK

142 Greene St.
(212) 431-4424
Piero Lissoni presents his newest collections for Boffi, Porro and Living Divani.

6-9 p.m.
CAPPELLINI

152 Wooster St.
(212) 966-0669
Celebration of new products from Milano Design Village.

6-9 p.m.
CASSINA USA

151 Wooster St.
(212) 228-8186
Presentation of new products from Milano Design Village.

6-8:30 p.m.
CITE GOES AMERICA

131 Greene St.
(212) 431-7272
rsvp@citegoesamerica.com
Opening party for Cite Goes America, with a selection of current work made by young, old, renowned, and emerging American designers and companies. RSVP requested.

6-8 p.m.
DROOG: THE COPPER COLLECTION

76 Greene St.
(212) 941-8350
store@droogusa.com
Opening reception for the Copper Collection, a new series designed by Aldo Bakker for Thomas Eyck.

6-9 p.m., invite only
MATTER

405 Broome St.
(212) 343-2600
ann@mattermatters.com
The launch of Matter Made collection no. 1, a new range of furniture, lighting, and objects that draws its inspiration from America’s rich history.

6-9 p.m.
POLTRONA FRAU

145 Wooster St.
(212) 777-7592
Celebration of new items from Milano Design Village.

6-9 p.m.
VITSOE: IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO GET STARTED

33 Bond St.
(917) 675-6990
Toasting Vitsoe’s first U.S. shop and premiere appearance at ICFF.

6:30 p.m.-late
BLU DOT

140 Wooster St.
(718) 230-8032
Party to launch new products and lighting collection.

6:30-9:30 p.m.
CUL IS COOL

Hudson Furniture
419 W. 14th St., 2nd Fl.
culiscool@surfacemag.com
Cocktail party for a photo exhibition about the product Cul Is Cool, designed by Ramón Úbeda and Otto Canalda for ABR. RSVP requested.

7-10 p.m.
AREAWARE

45 Great Jones St.
(212) 226-5155
Celebration of Areaware’s fifth-year anniversary, with a showcase of classics and new work for New York Design Week.

7-9 p.m.
ICFF OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Museum of Modern Art
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
11 W. 53rd St.
(212) 965-4123
icff.com/openingnightparty
The design industry’s premiere spring event. Reservations required, tickets $60.

7-9 p.m., invite only
FLOS USA

152 Greene St.
Party to toast the new U.S. showroom, designed by Fabio Calvi and with lighting by Antonio Citterio; both designers will be in attendance.

7-10 p.m.
THE FUTURE PERFECT

55 Great Jones St.
(212) 473 2500
hello@thefutureperfect.com
Presenting three collections: Secret Garden (lighting by Lindsey Adelman Studio and Nancy Callan), Framed (mirrors from Paul Loebach), and Taxidermy Lighting (work by Alexandra Randall).

7-10 p.m.
GLASS SAUSAGE INSTALLATION

57 Great Jones St.
www.sambaron.fr
Opening reception for an installation by Sam Baron combining glamor, handicraft, representation, allegory, fragility, rusticity and humor.

7-9 p.m.
LOLL DESIGNS: LOLL LOUNGE

110 Greene St.
(212) 475-0001
Cocktails and DJ at the Soho DWR to fete ICFF. Loll Lounge installation will remain up throughout the fair.

7-9 p.m., invite only
MOROSO

146 Greene St.
Celebrating Patricia Urquiola’s new Rift collection, as well as new designs by Doshi Levien, Philippe Bestenheider, and Rajiv Saini.

7-9 p.m., invite only
MOSS

150 Greene St.
Opening for Poetic License, “deliberate deviations from normally applicable rules and practices,” by more than a dozen international designers and design studios.

7-10 p.m.
NEW USELESS BEAUTY

Oak, 28 Bond St., and Rogan, 330 Bowery
www.nohodesigndistrict.com/event/oak-x-rogan-new-useless-machines
Inspired by the useless machines of Italian design legend Bruno Munari, Sight Unseen has curated an exhibition of hanging mobiles from a selection of design, art, and fashion talents.

7-10 p.m.
NOHO NEXT

350 Bowery
www.nohodesigndistrict.com/event/noho-stars
Kickoff party for the Noho Design District’s first annual emerging talent showcase: Noho Next, featuring the work of nine up-and-coming designers under one roof.

7-9 p.m.
TOUCH AND INTER-CONNECTED

805 Washington St.
email@pedrosottomayor.com
Opening party for a Portuguese and Brazilian design showcase during New York Design Week.

8-11 p.m., invite only
DUNE PRESENTS “ENAMORED”

Milk Gallery, 450 W. 15th St.
(212) 925-6171
info@dune-ny.com
Opening for the 2010 furniture collection, with new designs by Harry Allen, Jozeph Forakis, Karim Rashid, Claesson Kovisto Rune, and Richard Shemtov. On view through 5/17.

9 p.m.-2 a.m.
MUNNY SHOW

Ace Hotel
20 W. 29th St.
rsvp@munnyexhibit.com
Dror’s take on Kidrobot’s iconic character. RSVP strictly enforced.

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11 a.m.-12 p.m.
DESIGN DEUTSCHLAND 2010: VIEWS ON GERMAN DESIGN

ICFF Theater
www.icff.com
A multi-pronged exploration of the German design zeitgeist now.

2-3 p.m.
THE SPIRIT OF SPAIN

ICFF Theater
www.icff.com
Join Cindy Allen, editor in chief of Interior Design, as she hosts a lively panel and discussion on Spanish product design.

2 p.m.
UMBRA

ICFF Booth #2108
Unveiling the winners of the sixth annual Umbra|Pratt Design Competition.

5-8 p.m.
CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE: SUNNY MEMORIES

536 LaGuardia Pl.
(212) 358-6126
enemens@aiany.org
Opening reception for and panel discussion about projects by design-school students exploring the possibilities of solar-dye cells. Exhibition 5/13-6/5.

5-8 p.m.
DUNE PRESENTS “ENAMORED”

Milk Gallery
450 W. 15th St.
(212) 925-6171
info@dune-ny.com
Cocktail party for the 2010 furniture collection, with new designs by Harry Allen, Jozeph Forakis, Karim Rashid, Claesson Koivisto Rune, and Richard Shemtov. On view through 5/17.

5:30 p.m.
DESIGN RIDE MANHATTAN

Departing from Javits Center
publicbikes.com/designrideny
Bike ride through Manhattan to celebrate NYC’s biking culture and the launch of PUBLIC.

6-8p.m.
ABC CARPET & HOME AND VOOS: DISCUSSION WITH EAMES DEMETRIOS

888 Broadway
(212) 473-3000
abchome.com/events/gooddesign
Eames Demetrios leads a roundtable with established and emerging designers about what makes “good” local design.

6-9 p.m.
CREATION BAUMANN AND VITRA

29 Ninth Ave.
rsvp.vitrausa@vitra.com
Celebrate and experience the world of Vitra and Creation Baumann.

6-10 p.m.
DESIGN WITHIN REACH: THE 111 NAVY CHAIR LAUNCH PARTY

408 W. 14th St.
111navychair.com/nyc
111 Navy Chair launch party, a collaboration between Coca-Cola, Emeco, and DWR. One lucky attendee will win a 111 Navy Chair, and everyone will be eligible for a 10 percent discount on the chair. RSVP required.

6-8 p.m., invite only
DUPONT CORIAN AND INTRAMUROS PRESENT CARTE BLANCHE

49 W. 23rd St., 3rd fl.
(888) 810-8239
carteblanche.corian.com
Opening party for exhibition of Corian-based works by leading designers who have appeared in Intramuros magazine. Exhibition 5/17-7/2.

6-9 p.m.
ENVIRONMENT

876 Broadway
(212) 780-0051
U.S. launch of the Environment e’pack with Jean-Marie Massaud.

6-10 p.m.
GD CUCINE USA

227 W. 17th St.
judy@theloukincompany.com
Pre-opening festivities to view the future home of GD Cucine.

6-8 p.m., invite only
GRAHAM & BROWN

848 Washington St.
VIP cocktail party at the Standard Grill.

6:30-9:30 p.m.
MOLESKINE

210 Eleventh Ave., Ste. 1004
(212) 353-1383
rsvp6@bdeonline.biz
A preview of The Hand of the Designer, featuring 462 signed drawings by some of the greatest contemporary designers. RSVP requested.

7-9 p.m., invite only
DROR AND FENOM

Yigal Azrouel Boutique
408 W. 14th St.
rsvp@studiodror.com
View the studio’s highlights from the past year while enjoying a cocktail from Fenom Modern Absinthe.

7-9 p.m., invite only
STRAIGHTFORWARD: NEW FINNISH DESIGN

410 W. 16th St.
www.straightforward-design.net
VIP party for the exhibition, lounge, and pop-up store featuring the work of emerging and established Finnish designers.

7-10:30 p.m.
TRAK-KIT

675 Hudson St., 5N
(Enter freight elevator at 26 Ninth Ave.)
studio@shadiandcompany.com
Drinks for Trak-Kit’s latest designs and fragments of work dating back to 1990. RSVP requested.

8-10 p.m.
GANDIA BLASCO

Gansevoort Meatpacking @ Plunge Rooftop
18 Ninth Ave.
info-usa@gandiablasco.com
Gandia Blasco presents the Mario Ruiz-designed New Flat collection. Ruiz will be in attendance.

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10 a.m.-5 p.m.
METROPOLIS CONFERENCE
DESIGN ENTREPRENEURS: WHAT’S NEXT

ICFF Theater
www.metropolismag.com
Leaders from a range of design disciplines talking about how they’re reinventing their businesses and remaining creative (and socially-conscious) in the new economy. Register here.

11 a.m.-3 p.m.
TED BOERNER NEW YORK: LESLEY ANTON

New York Design Center
200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 515
leah@nydc.ccsend.com
New ceramic lighting by Lesley Anton.

5-9 p.m.
GRANDE CENTRAL

141 E. 56th St.
(212) 588-1996
Celebrating the opening of the Midtown showroom, with special guest artist Ray Rosario.

5-8 p.m.
HERING BERLIN

Ardesia Wine Bar
510 W. 52nd St.
(212) 582-1182
Julia@juliawatts.com
German porcelain manufacturer Hering Berlin present its first glass and textiles collection. RSVP requested.

5-8 p.m.
HUDSON SQUARE

Three locations: Todd Hase, 261 Spring St.; George Smith, 315 Hudson St.; and Robert Kuo, 303 Spring St.
(212) 889-0808
Furniture designers open their showrooms to debut collections and share new design concepts.

5-7 p.m.
TRANS.LUXE

59 Walker St.
(212) 925-5863
Martinis plus tours of the studios, in celebration of the handmade object.

6-9 p.m.
AF NEW YORK

22 W. 21st St., 5th fl.
(212) 243-5400
info@afnewyork.com
Launch party for Pura Vida book and photo exhibition

6-9 p.m.
ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS BUILDING: OPENING NIGHT AT THE A&D BUILDING

150 E. 58th St, 10th fl.
(212) 644-2766
Building-wide event and debuts of new showrooms and products.

6-9 p.m.
ARTEMIDE: NICE WHITE ICE PARTY

46 Greene St.
(212) 353-1383
RSVP15@bdeonline.biz
White-themed cocktails and decor to celebrate the company’s lighting collections. RSVP requested.

6-9 p.m.
BILOTTA KITCHENS OF NEW YORK

150 E. 58th St., 9th fl.
(212) 486-6338
Cooking and hors d’oeuvres to celebrate Rutt Cabinetry’s contemporary line.

6-9 p.m.
BOFFI A&D

150 E. 58th St., Ste. 801
(212) 308-8833
Cocktails to present the latest Boffi kitchen and bathroom collections.

6-9 p.m.
BOFFI SOHO

31 1/2 Greene St.
(212) 431-8282
Reception for the newest Boffi products.

6-9 p.m.
DAVIS & WARSHOW

150 E. 58th St., 4th fl.
(212) 966 3759 x 208
Book signing with Robin Wilson, interior designer and author of The Kennedy Green House: Designing an Eco-Healthy Home from the Foundation to the Furniture.

6-9 p.m.
DDCLAB

427 W. 14th St.
Public opening for the Sounds Like show.

6-9 p.m.
DDC STUDIO LAUNCH

181 Madison Ave.
(212) 685.0800
info@ddcnyc.com
Debut of new studios from international designers, in association with Missoni Home and Valencian Design. (Media preview from 5-6 p.m.)

6-8 p.m.
DE LA ESPADA: FURNITURE FOR LIFE

33 Greene St.
(212) 625-1039
nyc@delaespada.com
Opening party for show of new products from Autoban, Leif.designpark, Matthew Hilton, and Studioilse. On display 5/14-5/18.

6-8 p.m.
EGGERSMANN USA

150 E. 58th St., 10th fl.
(212) 688.4910 ext 302
Grand opening of 102-year-old Eggersmann USA’s new flagship showroom.

6-9 p.m
FLOU

42 Greene St.
(212) 941-9101
info@flouny.com
Cocktail party to introduce Flou’s new beds, bed linens, and wardrobes.

6-9 p.m.
FONTANA ARTE: ECO-ELEGANCE

45 Greene St.
(212) 334-3295
b.czarnecki@fontanaartecorp.com
Outdoors event showcasing new LED and fluorescent fixtures.

6-8 p.m.
GD CUCINE

227 W. 17th St.
info@gedcucine.it
Food and drinks to celebrate the Italian kitchen manufacturer’s first NYC showroom.

6-9 p.m.
GOODWIN DESIGN, PRYOR CALLAWAY, AND O LIGHTING

40 Walker St.
(718) 383-1112
info@meredithgoodwin.com
Cocktails to open Equilateral 10:03, an exhibition in which product design, architecture, and art objects interesect. RSVP required.

6-9 p.m.
JUST SCANDINAVIAN

161 Hudson St.
(212) 334-2556
info@justscandinavian.com
Party for the U.S. debut of award-winning furniture.

6-9 p.m., invite only
KARTELL: WELCOME BLACK

39 Greene St.
(212) 966-6665
Introducing new furniture designs, all in black.

6-9 p.m.
LIGNE ROSET

155 Wooster St.
(212) 253-5375
Special event to celebrate the company’s 150th anniversary.

6-9 p.m.
LUCEPLAN

49 Greene St.
(212) 966-1399
store@luceplanusa.com
Presentation of the 2010 collection, including the Architectural Line and Hope, in the renovated showroom.

6-8 p.m.
MOLTENI&C DADA UNIFOR

60 Greene St.
(212) 879-5776
Presenting the Molteni&C designs by Arik Levy, including the Tea Time sofa.

6-8 p.m.
M2L

135 Madison Ave.
(212) 832-8222
Reception honoring Germany’s premiere furniture brands, with a retrospective on Walter Knoll and iconic products from e15.

6-9 p.m.
M2L PRESENTS MONTIS

Trespa Design Center
62 Greene St.
(212) 832-8222
New furniture designs from Dutch manufacturer Montis.

6-10 p.m.
POGGENPOHL

150 E. 58th St.
(212) 355-3666
U.S. debut of collaborations with designer Hadi Teherani, as well as new mineral-inspired cabinetry finishes.

6-9 p.m.
POLIFORM

150 E. 58th St., 6th fl.
Introducing new designs by Marcel Wanders, Paola Navone, Carlo Colombo, and others, plus one of Poliform’s home stories from Salone del Mobile 2010.

6-9 p.m.
PROPERTY: 10 YEARS CELEBRATION OF IMPORTANT DESIGN

14 Wooster St.
(917) 237-0123
info@propertyfurniture.com
Party marking the company’s 10th anniversary, with cocktails and DJ.

6-8 p.m.
SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS NEW YORK

70 Mercer St.
swarovskielementsatwork@lsagency.com
Cocktail reception with special guest Sebastian Bergne for Gaia&Gino.

6-9 p.m., invite only
TOTO USA

25 Mercer St.
(917) 237-0665
marketing@totousa.com
Cocktails and the debut of new eco-friendly designs from the world ‘s largest bath products manufacturer.

6-9 p.m.
VALENCIA TRADE COMMISSION: DDC DOMUS DESIGN COLLECTION

181 Madison Ave.
(212) 529-5533
Opening reception for showcase of 12 Valencian design companies, on
view throughout ICFF.

6:30-8 p.m.
ALESSI: ALESSI TAKES THE CAKE

130 Greene St.
(212) 353-1383
RSVP9@bdeonline.biz
Party and cooking demonstrations to celebrate the Essentiel de Patisserie collection, a collaboration between Matali Crasset and Pierre Hermé.

6:30-9:30 p.m., invite only
BISAZZA: THE CRYSTAL COLLECTION

43 Greene St.
(212) 334.7130
Reception for new mosaic patterns made with Swarovski crystals, in Bisazza’s renovated flagship store.

6:30-8:30 p.m.
FRITZ HANSEN

22 Wooster St.
(212) 219-3226
kad@fritzhansen.com
Danish design discussion with Kasper Salto, designer of the Nap stackable chair. RSVP requested.

6:30-8:30 p.m.
RALPH PUCCI FURNITURE

44 West 18th St.
info@ralphpucci.net
Opening reception for Ralph Pucci Furniture.

6:30-9:30 p.m.
SICIS THE ART MOSAIC FACTORY

470 Broome St.
(212) 343-7453
Party for exhibition of artist-designed mosaics.

6:30-8:30 p.m., invite only
USM MODULAR FURNITURE AND PIN-UP MAGAZINE PRESENT
COLLECTING/ARCHITECTURE

28-30 Greene St.
(212) 371-1230
info@us.usm.com
Cocktails to toast ICFF.

7-9 p.m.
INGO MAURER LLC UNTITLED LIGHTING

89 Grand St.
(212) 965-8817
making-light@ingomaurer-usa.com
Party to introduce the company’s latest light objects.

7-10 p.m., invite only
THE RUG COMPANY

88 Wooster St.
amanda@therugcompany.info
The Rug Company’s grand reopening party.

7-9 p.m.
SPORTMAX AND VOOS PRESENT: TAKESHI MIYAKAWA

450 W. Broadway
mmsoho@usa.maxmara.com
Cocktails for an exhibition of the past of present works of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based Japanese designer. RSVP requested.

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Now-5/28
BREAKABLE: GLASS BY DESIGN

Heller Gallery
420 W. 14th St.
(212) 414-4014
www.hellergallery.com
Collection of work made primarily or entirely of glass, presented by the American Design Club and Heller Gallery.

Now-7/3
MAHARAM DIGITAL PROJECTS

146 Greene St.
(212) 614-2988
aschaich@maharam.com
Large-scale installations by artists Marilyn Minter, Marian Bantjes, Harmen Liemburg, and Sarah Morris.

Now through 5/18
R 20TH CENTURY: CONTEMPORARY KOREAN DESIGN

82 Franklin St.
(212) 343-7979
lily@r20thcentury.com
Works by some of Korea’s leading contemporary artists.

5/7-5/23
VOOS PRESENTS: THE DREAMERS

103a N. 3rd St.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
(718) 218-8666
An exhibition of independent, off-the-grid New York City designers.

5/10-5/24
THE FUTURE PERFECT BROOKLYN: LIFT, HOLD, ROLL AND NEO-UTILITY

115 N. 6th St.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
(718) 599-6278
An exhibition of objects incorporating mechanical tools and products that are inherently useful.

5/11-6/1
BARNEYS NEW YORK: EAMES RE-IMAGINED

660 Madison Ave. at 61st St.
opdesign.org
Iconic Eames molded-plywood chairs re-imagined by graffiti and street artists and displayed in store windows. Pieces will be auctioned online to benefit Operation Design.

5/12-5/31
ABC CARPET & HOME
THE REPUBLIC OF FRITZ HANSEN EGG TOUR: A TRIBUTE TO ARNE JACOBSEN’S EGG CHAIR BY ARTIST TAL R

888 Broadway
(212) 473-3000
abchome.com/events/talr
50 unique patchwork designs inspired by the iconic Egg chair.

5/13-5/19
ABC CARPET & HOME: JOHN REEVES REVEALS THE SKETCH COLLECTION

888 Broadway
(212) 473-3000
abchome.com/events/johnreeves
Showcase for designer John Reeves’s new sketch furniture collection.

5/13-6/27
BARNEYS NEW YORK + FORNASETTI

660 Madison Ave. at 61st St.
Special installations of Fornasetti by Bitossi vases, Liborio Capizzi fashions, and works by Areaware, Chilewich, Tivoli Audio, and more.

5/13-8/15
MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGN: BESPOKE: THE HANDBUILT BICYCLE

2 Columbus Circle
(212) 299-7777
madmuseum.org
Exhibition of works by six leading bicycle builders, curated by Michael
Maharam with Sacha White of Vanilla Bicycles.

5/13-5/18
SPORTMAX AND VOOS PRESENT: TAKESHI MIYAKAWA

450 W. Broadway
mmsoho@usa.maxmara.com
Past of present works of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based Japanese designer.

5/13-5/17
TOUCH AND INTER-CONNECTED

805 Washington St.
email@pedrosottomayor.com
Portuguese and Brazilian design showcase during New York Design Week, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily.

5/14 and 5/17
ARCHITECTURAL SYSTEMS

150 W. 25th St.
(212) 206-1730
Showroom open house for ICFF, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

5/14-1/9/11
COOPER-HEWITT NATIONAL DESIGN TRIENNIAL

2 E. 91st St.
(212) 849-8420
cooperhewitt.org
Work exploring human and environmental problems across many fields of design practice.

5/14-5/18
DOWN SIDE UP

American Folk Art Museum
45 W. 53rd St.
www.fabrica.it/project/down-side-up
A change-inspired collection of wood furniture designed by Fabrica.

5/14-5/17
ITRE LIGHT LOUNGE

9 Ninth Ave.
In front of Pastis, the Italian lighting manufacturer Itre will create a “light lounge” of two fantastical and sophisticated lighting designs.

5/14-5/23
RAW-NYC

186 Orchard St.
(347) 692-8272
info@thestreetisinthehouse.com
Showcasing The Street is in the House’s ICFF work—NYC street furniture turned into high-end contemporary home furniture—plus The Corners Project photo essay. ICFF Closing Party: 5/18, 8-11 p.m.

5/14-5/16
ROYAL BOTANIA OUTDOOR LUXURY

Spice Market Square, 13th St. and Ninth Ave.
Royal Botania’s iconic, oversized hammock will shine in an installation designed by New York architect Francis D’Haene.

5/14-5/18
SALON: A NEW LOUNGE CELEBRATING SPANISH DESIGN

Tribeca Grand Hotel
2 Ave. of the Americas
Architect Winka Dubbeldamn created an environment inspired by the works of Spain’s most lauded surrealist artists, including Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, and Caballero. Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

5/14-5/17
STRAIGHTFORWARD: NEW FINNISH DESIGN

Chelsea Market
410 W. 16th St.
(212) 674-5570
info@straightforward-design.net
www.straightforward-design.net
Exhibition, lounge, and pop-up store featuring the work of emerging and established Finnish designers.

5/14-5/18
SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS NEW YORK

70 Mercer St.
Public exhibitions during regular store hours.

5/15-5/18
ANDREW O. HUGHES AND BROTHERS DRESSLER

54 Bond St.
(212) 598-9355
Works by glass artist Andrew O. Hughes and salvaged hybrid chairs from Brothers Dressler.

5/15-5/18
AREAWARE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SHOW

45 Great Jones St.
(718) 387-6132
info@rollandhill.com
Some of the best Areaware products from the past five years, by designers such as Harry Allen and David Weeks, plus new work.

5/15, 5/17, and 5/18
BY NEW YORK

142 Greene St.
(212) 431-4424
New work from Boffi, Living Divani, and Porro, in a Piero Lissoni-designed space.

5/15-5/18
CUL IS COOL

Hudson Furniture
419 W. 14th St., 2nd Fl.
Photo exhibition about the product Cul Is Cool, designed by Ramón Úbeda and Otto Canalda for ABR.

5/15-5/18
GLASS SAUSAGE INSTALLATION

Japan Premium Beef
57 Great Jones St.
www.sambaron.fr
An installation by Sam Baron combining glamor, handicraft, representation, allegory, fragility, rusticity and humor.

5/15-5/18
INSIDE NORWAY

ICFF Booth 1962
(212) 885-9752
Register to win a trip for two to Norway with Icelandair.

5/15-5/18
KARKULA: WOODPECKERS

48 Walker St.
(212) 645-2216
rabih@karkula.com
Sculptural wooden vessels by Alex Downs and Nathan Favors, plus John Erik Karkula’s Mas Tequila dining table.

5/15-5/17
MODEL CITIZENS NYC

531 W. 36th St., 2nd Fl.
www.modelcitizensnyc.com
Exhibition of work by 35-50 designers of furniture, product, ceramic, glass, and jewelry. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

5/15-5/18
NOHO DESIGN DISTRICT

Bordered by the Bowery and Lafayette, Great Jones, and Bond Sts.
(347) 731-6499
www.nohodesigndistrict.com
A celebration of the design-centric neighborhood, including a pop-up shop of Brooklyn-made foods at Partners & Spade, and a series of commissioned hanging mobiles at Oak.

5/15-5/18
NOHO NEXT

350 Bowery
www.nohodesigndistrict.com/event/noho-stars
In partnership with StyleFactory and Wabnitz Editions, the Noho Design District introduces its first annual emerging talent showcase: Noho Next, featuring the work of nine up-and-coming designers under one roof.

5/15-5/16
MATERIAL CONNEXION

60 Madison Ave.
(212) 842-2050
info@materialconnexion.com
The library, normally closed on Saturdays and Sundays, will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. during ICFF.

5/15-5/16, 2-4 p.m.
OASIQ: MEET-AND-GREET WITH DESIGNER VLADIMIR KAGAN

ICFF Booth 1918
Premiering Kagan’s new Capricorn Outdoor collection.

5/15-5/28
VALENCIAN DESIGN LIVE IT!

181 Madison Ave.
www.valenciandesign.com
Celebrating contemporary design from Valencia with an exhibition that includes modern furniture, lighting, flooring, and outdoor furniture.

5/16-5/17
DUNE PRESENTS “ENAMORED”

Milk Gallery, 450 W. 15th St.
(212) 925-6171
info@dune-ny.com
Presenting the 2010 furniture collection, with new designs by Harry Allen, Jozeph Forakis, Karim Rashid, Claesson Kovisto Rune, and Richard Shemtov.

5/16-6/26
MOSS: POETIC LICENSE

150 Greene St.
(212) 204-7100
www.moss-gallery.com
A gallery-wide celebration of rule breaking, envelope pushing, and taking chances—with the overt juxtaposition of flat art (“art”) with studio and industrial design (“design”).

5/16-5/17, by appointment
THE PLAZA PENTHOUSE PROJECT, WITH GIORGETTI

Fifth Ave. at Central Park South
showroom@giorgettiusa.com
Penthouse apartment in the storied hotel, with interiors by Giorgetti.

5/17-7/2, appt. only
DUPONT CORIAN DESIGN STUDIO: CARTE BLANCHE

49 W. 23rd St., 3rd Fl.
(888) 810-8239
www2.dupont.com/Corian_Design_Studio/en_US/index.html
Exhibition of 25 original works in Corian by international designers. Open to the trade by appointment only.

5/17-5/18
MERCHANT NO. 4 PRESENTS THE SECRET SHOP

52 Walker St., 4th Fl.
(212) 925-2235
info@merchant4.com
http://merchant4.com/popup.html
A selection of beautiful design objects and home accessories from international product designers. Open 11 a.m.–7 p.m. daily.

5/17-6/26
VOLUME.MGX

150 Greene St.
(866) 888-6677
Unique prototype on display at Moss’s “Poetic License,” 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

5/18-6/11
CZECH SELECTION

Czech Center New York
321 W. 73rd St.
(646) 422-3399
www.bohemiannationalhall.com
Exhibition of the works of 15 Czech companies.

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