This weekend Inhabitat took the International Contemporary Furniture Fair by storm, sifting through thousands of exhibitors to bring you the greatest green designs from this year's show! This landmark event marks the epicenter of New York Design Week, and we were thrilled to see the show floor brimming with fresh new sustainable designs. From stunning energy-efficient lighting solutions to ingenious examples of material reuse to clever convertible furnishings that save space, read on for our favorite finds from ICFF 2010!
Inhabitat’s editors hit the scene at the Javits center this weekend to check out this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair – New York’s premier annual design event. We sifted through thousands of exhibitors (so that you don’t have to!) to bring you the freshest green designs from this year’s show. Below is a smattering of some of our favorite finds from the show. Definitely check our out photo gallery for a full look at everything we saw!
We were drawn to these stunning Crystal Light LED lamps by QisDesign like moths to flame. The modular LED Crystal Lights snap together using magnets and so you can link up as many or as few as you like to create brilliant displays!
Creative Japanese designer Dasuke Hirawa wowed us this year with a stunning design that recycles mundane household materials into a brilliant creation: his brillo pad chandelier takes the form of a luminous cloud floating in the sky.
Salvadoran designer Eugenio Manjivar showcased his eye-catching set of orchid lamps created completely from recycled plastic bottles!
BRC Designs showcased a comfortable chair crafted entirely from cut-up playing cards salvaged from Las Vegas casinos.
For more of our finds from the ICFF, check out our gallery below: