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This spring's ICFF brought some stunning new treats from one of Inhabitat's perennial favorites, Iannone Designs. The star of Iannone's ICFF booth was this wonderful Cork Mosaic Credenza that features a
This super smart chair design from Cate & Nelson was one of the most clever ideas we found at ICFF this year. The Oz Lowchair, by designers Nelson Ruiz-Acal and Cate Högdahl, is an exercise in design
Turn your garbage into something useful with Nick DeMarco inflatable garbage sofa chair. The more trash and recyclables you can stuff into this clever chair - the more puffy and comfortable it becomes.
Metropolis Magazine is hosting a unique humanitarian-focused design conference at this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair. On Monday, May 19, Metropolis will present Design Entrepreneurs:
Every year we get excited about the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), which hits New York City's Jacob Javitz Center in the middle of May. For New York design fans, ICFF is always the best
In case you didn't know, it's design week here in NYC. The biggest event in town, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) kicks off today (Sat, May 14th). I'll be there to cover it and
Made of marble, larch wood, and cork, KREOO's "River and Stream" series of seating pieces evoke the soft beauty found in river stones. Ideal for either indoor or outdoor use, these pieces are fluid and
Each piece is handmade in a workshop in Christchurch, New Zealand. The veneer is sourced from Auckland, and all the other components are made by local Christchurch firms. The copper wire is reclaimed from
Disposable cups are hardly ever re-used, and they often find their end at the local landfill. So to cut back on this paper waste, six innovative designers in Japan have banded together to save the world
The city government of Madrid plans to upgrade every single one of their streetlights to Philips’ energy-efficient bulbs. Philips, the world’s leader in lighting, will finance the project at no
Washi paper has been created in Japan for centuries, and now, the Taniguchi Aoya Washi company teamed up with Nendo to create three-dimensional forms with it—like these gorgeous lamps. Using
Dirk Vander Kooij's furnishings are made from e-waste and 3D-printed recycled materials. His collection now includes a lens-like lamp made from recycled synthetics and polished metal, a table made from
Did you know that over 80 BILLION pairs of disposable chopsticks were thrown out worldwide last year? It might seem inconsequential to toss out that used pair of bamboo or wooden sticks after you've
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