For design aficionados, walking through the International Contemporary Furniture Fair during New York Design Week is akin to being a kid in a candy store, with everything from the latest lamps to tables to chairs to toys to wallpaper, all calling for attention from every corner of the gigantic Jacob Javits Center in NYC. If you weren't able to make it to the floor this year, don't fret - the Inhabitat editors were on the scene to unravel all of the hottest new green designs that you won't want to miss. Click through our gallery to get your own peek into the treasure trove of sustainable home furnishings we unearthed at this year's show.
These incredible LED lamps by Aqua Creations are each made from a single, hand-folded sheet of paper.
Japanese company Aki showcased their awesome 3D cardboard sculptures – including this adorable piggie and a moving robot!
While other companies brought home furnishings to the show, Puck and Blossom brought an actual home – the prefab ZipCabin to be more specific!
We couldn’t help but be mesmerized by Aqua Creations‘ incredible hanging Gail 3 lamps, which are illuminated with CFLs and wrapped with handmade silk shades.
This colorful space divider from Grain is made of reclaimed paper tube rolls from the garment district.
Art of Board breathes new life into old skateboard decks by turning them into colorful tiles with tons of character.
We were excited to see Strida’s newest folding bike on display at the Areaware booth.
Want to see more? Check out all of the pics from the show in our ICFF Flickr set.