Each year ICFF is the platform for the launch of new products, collections and innovations in the interior design industry. Discover here the highlights of ICFF 2019!
Highlights of ICFF 2019
Chime chandelier by studio Rux
The first highlight of ICFF 2019 was the newest chandelier in the Stickbulb series of studio Rux. This chime inspired masterpiece looks like the perfect combination of a luxurious chandelier and elements of a tree to create a wonderful modern chandelier. As is normal for the Stickbulb collection, the designs are sustainable and environmentally conscious and as such, they only used mostly reclaimed or sustainably sourced wood for this new design. For the user, it is possible to turn the rods to give more or less light to the room by revealing the LED lights. Discover the piece for yourself at ICFF!
Rainmoon by Dornbracht
Wanting to combine cleaning and wellness, Dornbracht presents their newest product, the Rainmoon shower experience. The Rainmoon represents a new dimension of water, light and energy to create that intense experience. The product includes two newly-developed flow modes, Tempest and Aqua Circle which adapt to the need of the user. Furthermore, the Rainmoon is mostly known for its unique moonlight to create an emotional water experience that provides energy while showering. The Rainmoon is Dornbracht’s response to the demand of personal health, relaxation, refreshment and security in nowadays society. Experience the Rainmoon at ICFF!
Odette Sofa by Boca do Lobo
This beautiful sofa by Boca do Lobo was inspired by the Swan Lake ballet. Composed by Tchaikovsky, the Swan Lake tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer. The Odette Sofa is the representation of a beautiful swan with its sweeping silhouette accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back. Just as a swan, the Odette Sofa has an elegant and timeless appeal. Get to know more about the Odette Sofa at the Covet House booth at ICFF!
Nightbloom collection by Marcel Wanders and Lladró
Another highly anticipated highlight was the Nightbloom collection from Marcel Wanders in collaboration with Lladró. For their new lighting collection, they sought their inspiration in flowers and how they sway in the gentle breeze. The essence of movement and capturing that in the design was essential, certainly when working with a medium as rigid as porcelain. In the end, they produced a collection of pendants, wall sconces, a floor and table lamp which captured flower petals unfurling at nightfall. This original design is even more notable for creating an attractive effect with the light that comes from within the heart of the flower petals. See it for yourself at ICFF!
Aluminium textile soft collection by Molo
The last highlight on our list is the new Aluminium textile soft collection by Molo. This design of their modular space partitions for lighting, table and seating elements also uses a honeycomb geometry to flex, expand and compress and is made by non-woven textile but micro-coated with actual metal. The new collection includes a softwall, a softblock, a benchwall and softseating.
Designed by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd Macallen, this patented system also uses the same magnetic end panels for a flexible, modular arrangement as the other collections they have. The newest addition redesigns space and shapes with spontaneous ease while also reflecting the light across the surface of the softwalls. Just as their other collections the softwalls and blocks create acoustic spaces and repose the effects of light. Want to know more about the newest Molo collection? Then swing by their booth at ICFF!