All the designs, exhibitions, and booths that stuck with us during design week earlier this month.
Metropolis's “ICFF Perspectives: Design/Democracy” will be one small part of ICFF, which has doubled in size over the past three years.
Independent designers and retailers have been slowly consolidating their position in the contract furniture industry. Now they’re ready to give established businesses a run for their money.
This year's ICFF showcased exceptional design from around the world—and these eleven lighting products truly shined.
This year's ICFF was exceptional in quality and range. These ten booths (plus two student-run booths) stood out from the rest.
Students and teachers from El Salvador will unveil new tools for ethical coffee collection at this month’s ICFF in New York.
In its 29th year, ICFF is poised to launch a new gallery and its first ever multi-brand installation—and it will feature more international brands than ever before.
Metropolis editors select their favorite products from NYCxDESIGN.
The premier design fair's ever-expanding international reach brings new talent stateside.
The president and creative director of Bernhardt Design has created multiple platforms to invest in young American and international talent, helping to kick-start the careers of dozens of designers.
Collaborating with renowned designers Peter Stathis and Michael McCoy, Pablo Designs developed Corner Office, a reconfigurable desktop unit that fosters privacy in the workplace.
Metropolis editors select the products that intrigued and inspired them during this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City.
The Australian lighting designer strives to find a balance between international expansion and remaining hands-on.
Design students at RIT reimagine the modern office.
For their new furniture line for Loll Designs, designer Brad Ascalon and interior designer Ghislaine Viñas bring a sense of indoor comfort to outdoor spaces.
The annual #MetropolisLikes awards program highlighted the very best design offerings at this year's ICFF.
Umbra’s new redesigned showroom in Toronto embodies the brand’s mission to foster young talent.
Architects and designers converge again for New York's third annual design fair and a slew of exciting off-site events.
A love affair with metal provided the inspiration for the lighting designer’s solo career.
Based on the success of their Brooklyn studio, the lighting designers expand their reach with a new showroom.