One of the main stages of North America for contemporary design is coming. The ICFF attracts every year to New York the best works and projects in the world. Here are followed all the trends and what new comes up in this area. This event has multiple offers and programs with fun, exhibits among others, who are present, can count on a full schedule.
It’s getting closer the ICFF, the next May 18 will begin another edition of one of the most important design events in North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, the ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopedic exhibition of up-to-the-moment offerings, as well as a series of fascinating, fun, edifying programs, and a packed schedule of exhibits and features.
The ICFF will have special events that are always worth visiting.
From the collaboration between Tom Dixon and high technology TRUMPF Inc are born unique products, which exploit all the creativity of Dixon and production capacity of TRUMPF Inc. The application of digital design and technologies in the production process, change the ways of creating products. At ICFF you will have the chance to witness this project with TRUMPF Dixon and see these new tools are beginning to be increasingly applied.
ICFF will have party, because who will be there, will be for fun too, so here are the details of the party
GLM and The Museum of Modern Art
ICFF Opening Night Party
MoMA Design Store DESTINATION: NYC Launch
Saturday, May 18, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
The Museum of Modern Art, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, Applied Design Exhibition in the Design and Architecture Galleries
11 West 53rd Street
New York Cty
Workshops by Design X
Will be present by Design X, a series of Workshops, and these workshops on the topics of parametric design, direct-to-fabrication, and web-based design apps. Will bring designers up to speed on the latest software and show them how to use fabrication technology to bring their ideas to reality.
Bergdorf Goodman’s windows
This year, the grand emporium with the most glamorous windows in the world brings the ICFF to the heart of midtown. The ICFF is back to 57th Street and Bergdorf Goodman’s will exhibit products in the windows and captivate the eye with this exhibition.
African with Caribbean Design Diaspora
The ICFF continues to expand boundaries and this year will be the presence of a new continent, the African with Caribbean Design Diaspora. British European Design Group (BEDG), bringing new talents with different influences and cultures, will bring this initiative. These artists will have the opportunity to exhibit their work in African traditions. Several exhibitors with the work of artisans who operate individually will be presents.
Vodunuvo and Patty Johnson
The Canadian designer Patty Johnson is interested in the interchange between research and design, and, commerce and culture. She collaborates with different partners, enterprises, manufacturers, communities, governments, and designers creating new kinds of design programs and product collections and brings this year to ICFF this year the exploration of new design territory, from Haiti. Vodunuvo behind creations inspired and transformed by artefacts of Haiti, presenting products that bring to us the culture of the islands.
Saturday May 18
Saturday May 18 Wanda Barcelona will host a wonderful installation of magical constructions of paper with a great imagination. Located in Union Square, this activity will intersect with the Beaux Art-style architecture and 21st-century. With the support of the interiors of Spain this fantastic event will happen in the airspace of the Welcome Desk Hotel, which has its windows to Park Avenue South.
From the collaboration between ICFF and designboom come marketplace, Europe’s leading design-related e-zine, stops traffic every spring. The format is classic: the zine’s editors select the items for sale in a mesmerizing design bazaar under the Javits Center’s roof thrumming with activity for the ICFF’s duration. At the designboom mart, a true nexus of design culture and design commerce, the virtual becomes tangible – and the better for it. Participating designers show one to three products, network, and sell their design souvenirs to help cover travel expenses.
Among these initiatives there are many more to watch or even participate if you have intentions. This is an event to attend with much diversity and culture coming from all over the world.