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New York Design Week 2016 Part I

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Curve Pendant Ball by Tom Dixon


Each year New York City bears host to NYCxDESIGN – a two week, city-wide celebration marked by trade shows, open studios, parties and more. The design-focused events center around the famed International Contemporary Furntiture Fair but satellite events such as Collective Design, and Wanted Design have fast established themselves as must sees as well. This year we scoured the go tos and more – sorting though the good, the great and the ugly, to bring you our edited list of favorite finds. Hope you love them as much as we do! Above – Curve Pendant Ball by Tom Dixon in precision-pierced metal.


Lure Sconce by Pelle


Lure Sconce in cast paper and brass by Pelle.


Veer vases by Jeff Goodman Studio

Hand blown frosted glass vases by Jeff Goodman Studio.


Fernando and Humberto Campana's Boltas Sofa


Fernando and Humberto Campana’s Boltas Sofa in sheep’s wool and ipe wood, exhibited by Friedman Benda. Edition of 8.


Ren wall mirror with hangers by Neri & Hu for Poltrona Frau


Ren wall mirror with hangers by Neri & Hu for Poltrona Frau.


Nami sinks by Enzo Berti for Kreoo


Enzo Berti melds soft and hard, fluid and linear in his Nami sinks for Kreoo.


Aperture Swing Sconce by Allied Maker


Aperture Swing Sconce by Allied Maker.


Guest Sofa by Antonio Rodriguez


La Cividina’s dreamy Guest Sofa by Antonio Rodriguez.


Elemental Branch by Andres Amaya

a coat rack in fiberglass and American oak by Andres Amaya.


Mayweather Sofa 2.0 by KGBL


KGBL redefines the age old tuft in their Mayweather Sofa 2.0.


Pris Sconce by Pelle

An ultra contemporary LED light with adjustable arms by Pelle.


Océane Delain's Mellow sofa for Bernhardt Design


Designer Océane Delain’s Mellow sofa for Bernhardt Design.


Marion Cage Hardware


Marion Cage’s new “Jewelry For Furniture” collection combines the rigor of architecture with the opulence of jewelry design.


LED lamp by Jason Krugman


Jason Krugman uses physical computing, fine art and design to turn out peices such as this LED lamp/sculpture.


ROL chandelier by Susanne de Graef


Susanne de Graef combines fine threading with simple metal hoops to dramatic effect in her ROL (The Rythm of Light) series.


Dpages’ NYCxDESIGN review rolls on tomorrow.



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