ICFF 2005

May 15th, 2005 | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Materials, Products, Technology | 2 Comments »

The ICFF returns to NYC for the 17th time with the best in furniture design. Over 500 exhibitors from 29 countries are showing of their latest product and furniture lines. Check out Future Feeder’s top selections.

Materialise, well known in the industry for its STL correction software Magics, now has a line of lights produced using SLA machines called MGX. The rapid prototyping process allows designers to produce complex geometries such as spheres within spheres with a push of a button.

Grow is an ingenious concept by Samuel Cabot Cochran from Pratt Institute. The modular panel system consists of solar panels and piezo-electric crystals, capturing energy produced by wind and light. The panel’s are rented or leased to maintain control over its life cycle.

dform products reflect an ongoing exploration of the manipulation of flat sheet materials
into dynamic three dimensional forms. The result is lighting and screens made of interlocking die-cut wood veneer or plastic with layered surfaces of pattern and shadow.

Galeano Poggi‘s Banco Stool is simply bent into shape from a single sheet of steel.

Interlam‘s line of Art Diffusion panels turn MDF, steel, copper, and acrylic panels into decorative relief patterns.

Yorgos architectural glass art

Omni directional suspended speakers by NACsound

Bulthap’s b3 kitchen concept uses a modular reinforced wall to suspend all kitchen furnishings making the system flexible and easy to install.

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