ICFF Features Contemporary Design Exhibits

S. B. Long Interiors had the pleasure of attending the annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair at the Javits Center.  More than 500 international exhibitors were at the fair showcasing innovative furniture, lighting and accessories.   With a few fun projects on the horizon, we were thrilled to attend again this year, having the opportunity to see so many cool items for architects and designers.

LZF Lamps

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These lamps by LZF Light & Nature are sculpturally beautiful lights.  They’re colorful, modern and a wonderful presentation of form & geometry.

jamie harris studio

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Jamie Harris Studio is a glass art and design gallery in New York City. He has distinguished himself as a top glass artist, creating sculptures such as these handblown glass bowls.  Each one is metallic underneath, giving a beautiful iridescent quality.

peter sandback stools

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In 1992 Peter Sandback began creating handcrafted, furniture in New Hampshire.  He still makes everything individually, offering custom work as well.  His designs, such as these wood stools with white rims are an excellent example of mixing nature with a refined modern style.

cloud softlight

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Molostore had these incredible paper accordion lights filling the entire booth.  They’re gorgeous and create a  soft glow.  Grouped together, they would look wonderful filling the area above a staircase.

martha sturdy stools

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Martha Sturdy is a Canadian designer who creates simple, modern pieces with various natural elements.  Her work reflects dramatic yet minimal design, such as the gorgeous wood tree stump stools with a metal filled crack.

roll and hill lights

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These great lights from Roll & Hill come in amazing colors; representing a modern take on traditional factory cage lighting.   Roll & Hill is a unique New York City based contemporary lighting manufacturer. Their designs work well in commercial and residential interiors and can stand alone as powerful pieces within an interior.


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