So much to see, and in so little time. Extended as the weekend was for us in New York, hitting everything we wanted to see during the design fair anchored by ICFF required a measure of fortitude, strategy, wit and equal parts caffeine and cocktails. Only two of our four fast and furious days were spent at the Javits Convention Center, where the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (a.k.a. ICFF) takes place twice yearly. We also hit satellite installations, evening showcases and whatever shops we could squeeze in as we cabbed it from one corner of Manhattan to another.
The haze of it all finally lifted, these are a few—and we do mean a very few—of our favorite things from our adventure, stuff that stands out two weeks later in Andy and my memory and, some, that will invariably make their way into A+R. So stay tuned!
Stay tuned here, too, for more highlights from ICFF weekend. We’d also love to know what you think, so don’t be shy.
(All photos snapped, by the way, with my new Sony DSC-RX100. It was an early birthday gift from Andy, who surprised me by having it shipped to the hotel. OK, so I was still working out the functions that weekend. So expect improvements with future postings.)
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