These recyclable felt Dino desk lamps from Deger Cengiz have flexible necks that can be positioned and repositioned as necessary. Each Dino even houses a container for your desktop goods or a plant that is lit from overhead by a bright white LED bulb.
These subway-inspired lanterns by Brooklyn-based Jeff Mayer are based on the same lanterns used by the NYC engineers underground in the subway tunnels, but they have been customized for home use by 718 Made in Brooklyn. Measuring 12″h x 6″w x 6″d, each LED lantern is a fun and quirky way to bring some urban edge into your home.
The Skip Light by Takeshi Miyakawa is an otherworldly illuminating block that glows with LED bulbs. If you’re looking for a way to modernize your space, these are probably you best bet.
We’ve reported on the Tatum Lounge by Andrew Rumpler before, but we were thrilled to finally see it in person. The carefully constructed chair transforms reclaimed piano into a lounge chair that’s definitely more durable than it looks.
The Terra terrarium by Fort Standard is an incredible green world in and of itself. The glass icosahedron is framed in hard maple and spins on top of a matching tripod base that allows the viewer to experience the plants within from 360 degrees. The terrarium features a twenty year-old Japanese Fukien Tea Bonsai Tree as well as other supporting woodland plants and mosses.
BYC4 combines the basic, the sustainable and the luxurious to create everyday housewares. Their display featured sustainably harvested wood bowls and glazed avocado cups!
Why try to improve on what mother nature has designed? The hand-finished Branch table by D2 has been fashioned from a found table and branch.
We were definitely charmed by these letter chairs by French design team Tabisso. Built from sustainably harvested wood and upholstered with an eco-textile from Kvadrat, the chairs are available in all letters of the alphabet and can even be complimented with a punctuation lamp!
WantedDesign also hosted a number of panels and workshops, including this iron course.
Colleen & Eric are Brooklyn designers, were brought together over a shared love of offbeat design. They’re sweet table lamp duo is a perfect bedside addition.
April Hannah is one of our favorite designers when it comes to children’s furniture. Her modern tables and stools are made from FSC-certified wood, feature eco-friendly finishes, and beautifully and comfortably accommodate any kid!