Only three days left to ICFF New York 2017, the amazing International Contemporary Furniture Fair that takes place every year in New York. Furniture, seating, accessories, kitchen & bath, lighting and many other pieces of the furniture industry will be showcased during this notorious 4 days event.
More than 35,000 interior designers, architects and professionists in the design industry are going to participate at ICFF 2017, coming from all over the world. Let’s discover the List of the Top 10 designers of this edition.
Established in 1889, Bernhardt Furniture Company is now among the country’s largest family-owned furniture companies and a leading diversified global furniture manufacturer. The secret of its success is the constantly commitment to the values upon which the company was founded: high business standards, the artistry of furniture making, the generations of artisans who form the bedrock of the company, and the welfare of the local community.
Bower studio has a multidisciplinary approach to contemporary furniture and product design. Through a free, experimental process, the intent of Bower’s work is to bring unique and unexpected objects into people’s lives. Finding intriguing characteristics in anything from plants and animals to toys from their childhood, they dream up completely different functional applications, that often culminate in surprising results.
David Gaynor Design
It is a design-build furniture company dedicated to a contemporary exploration of modernism, material awareness and industrial ingenuity. With a strong emphasis on process, David Gaynor Design carefully evaluates elements such as proportion, scale, material, technique and context in every piece they make.
Derlot is a multi-disciplinary design studio specialising in interior design, art direction, branding and product design. The studio is directed by Alexander Lotersztain, highly awarded in both product and interior design and named one of the 100 most influential designers worldwide in &fork by Phaidon.
Fahrer Design is an interior design company owned by the two Brasilian brothers Sérgio and Jack Fahrer, that transformed their passion for the design industry in their life job. First quality materials and attention to details are guaranteed in all their productions.
Formitalia is an exclusive Italian furniture company with years of experience in the luxury furnishings field and vast knowledge achieved through various partnerships with luxury brands, such as Aston Martin.
Founded in 1872 in Denmark, Fritz Hansen is one of the biggest Scandinavian names in the Design industry. In 1934 the company started a collaboration with Arne Jacobsen, realising some of the most famous, classic icons of Danish Design, such as the Ant (1952), the Series 7 (1955) and the Egg (1958).
Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik AS (known under the name of GU AS) is an award-winning and innovative textile manufacturer specialized in wool. For more than a century the company has developed the many unique abilities wool has to offer, becoming one of the leading manufacturers of textile in Scandinavia.
Since 1966, the Spanish company Kettal has had an international calling to design and innovation. In the first years of the 21st century, Kettal acquired the brands Hugonet and Triconfort, which came together to form Kettal Group. Currently, Kettal works with the most important names in the international design scene such as Patricia Urquiola and Jasper Morrison.
Kenneth Cobonpue is a multi-awarded furniture designer and manufacturer from Cebu, Philippines. He creates majestic pieces of design, integrating nature, traditional craft and innovative technologies. His brand is globally known for its unique designs and extensive roster of clientele, including Hollywood celebrities and members of royalty.
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