10 Amazing Music Themed Bedrooms
ICFF 2014 will always be a fresh wave of design minds and inspiration for professionals people from the architecture and interior design field.
Hosting an international board of brands the show is famous to be the lead inspiration for the NYC people. More than 500 exhibitors from more than 30 countries in 11 categories from furniture to materials to kitchen and bath to fabricators try to get the spotlight of the show.
Here are My Design Week’s favourite exhibitors.
Fatboy® is a leading trendsetter in lifestyle products and known for its innovative, modern take on the “beanbag chair” – designed for fashion, for comfort, and tailored for an unmatched lounging experience. Today, Fatboy brings energizing comfort and smiles to people in over sixty countries worldwide with a growing line of lifestyle products.
Vitra is a furniture company dedicated to developinghealthy, intelligent, inspiring and durable solutions for the office, the home and for public spaces.
Vitra’s products and concepts are developed in Switzerland by applying a diligent design process that brings together the company’s engineering excellence with the creative genius of leading international designers.
This year, the conventional gentleman’s club is reworked into a contemporary version of the historic British members club – a home-away-from-home, a plush and cultured haven where pleasure and work collide. Club features a palette of metallic colours, extraordinary lighting and tactile finishes with new functions ranging from cocktail shakers to task lighting.
Artek is renowned as being one of the most innovative contributors to modern design, building on the heritage of Alvar Aalto. Functionality and timeless aesthetics are the essential elements in the creation of every product that bears the Artek name.
If your passion are the 40s, 50s, and 60s, for sure you’ll be amazed by the Heritage collection where inspiration will come by the forms of great musical names such as Aretha, Sinatra, Norah, Etta Clark, among many others, reinterpreted through design.
Source: Ny Design Agenda