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We wrap up our coverage of New York Design week 2014 with a big push, so get cozy and buckle up for a long share of some very cool finds. Above – Sorenthia Light by Studio Dunn.



Welles Long Chandelier by Gabriel Scott. Available with a matte white or blackened steel exterior and a variety of interior finishes.



Momentum mobile art by Brooklyn based designer Karl Zahn.



Dew Drops Table & Dew Drops Wall by German lighting visionary Ingo Maurer. The fixture (still in prototype phase) is composed of a plastic sheet studded with integrated LEDs.



Lina Chandelier by Brooklyn designer Rosie Li.



All of a Piece – a series of modular tableware designed by Earnest Studio and Dana Cannam Design.




Stainless Steel Copper Sink by Rohl. In situ photo via The Huffington Post.



Fiddlehead Cantilever light by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill.



Seed – 02 Chandelier by Bec Brittain for Roll & Hill.



M Lamp – a rechargeable, portable lamp inspired by miner lanterns. Design by David Irwin for Juniper.



Densen Dining Chair by the Brooklyn based studio, Egg Collective.



The Brooklyn based Snarkitecture helped celebrate the Bourgie Lamp’s 10th birthday by designing a fiberglass sheet to drape over it, making it disappear. Hmmm…




A debut collection of furniture by Mario Milana. Each chair is formed from extruded iron and colorful leather upholstery.



Say my name table lamp by the Norwegian design duo Morten & Jonas.




Brooklyn based designer Asher Israelow showed off a brass inlay table inspired by the stars.




The portable and rechargeable Follow Me Lamp, by Inma Bermúdez for Barcelona based manufacturer Marset.



Long Beach, California based designer Eric Trine exhibited his Rod+Weave Chair. Shown here is my favorite version in natural leather and copper.



The award winning Grace chairs by student designer Austin Yang.




So wrong it’s right – the NON WET LAMP by NONdesigns breaks all the rules by combining water with electricity. The hand blown glass lamps become progressively brighter as a thin silver rod is slid deeper into the water.



Based on patterns found in Islamic architecture, the Aperiodix tile system is hand cast in integrally colored fiber reinforced concrete and comes in four colors. Designed by Eric Weil, Benjamin Sandell, Geoff Sosebee and SITU Studio. Photograph by John Muggenborg.




Bare Ring Sconce by Brendan Ravenhill in collaboration with Eric Trine.



Wabi Cloud wallpaper by the Brooklyn based Calico Wallpaper. View a video documenting its fascinating creation process here.



Credenza and Knife Edge Dining Table by New Hampshire based furniture designer Tod Von Mertens. He achieves the unique finish on his wood through the use of a special acid treatment. To view all coverage from New York Design Week 2014, click through to Part I and Part II.


until next week…



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There are 2 comments on this post
  1. May 30, 2014, 4:11 pm

    Interesting wall paper I like it. Many interesting pieces pf furniture also, too dificult to pick one.

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      June 03, 2014, 12:29 pm

      Hi there. So glad you liked the picks!

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