ICFF Exhibition Round Up
June 7, 2023
ICFF 2023 was held this year in New York City. Bringing together the best of the design world, innovators, makers, and industry experts, the event certainly did not disappoint.
Kicking off on Sunday the 21st of May at the Jacob K, Javits Centre, our team from the UK and US came together a few days before to set up and get everything in place ready for the days ahead.
ICFF is renowned for bringing together some of the industry’s best products, makers and experts in the design world. It’s North America’s leading platform for contemporary and furnishing design with more than 13,000 exhibitors and attendees visiting the show this year.
With its emphasis always on original and sustainable design, it made for the perfect opportunity to showcase Turnstyle’s latest designs and continued efforts in responsible manufacturing and sustainability.
A place for new and existing brands to exhibit, ICFF is a platform for emerging designers to showcase what the future of design may hold. Demonstrations and talks were held throughout the show giving attendees a glimpse into the design processes. Organised by one of our US dealers, Connor from our US sales team, held a talk hosted at our stand about the latest designs, collections, our manufacturing process and a sneak peek of what’s to come.
Editors Award Winners ICFF 2023
The ICFF Editors Awards are one of the design industry’s premier accolades. Here are some of the winners from this year’s show:
Seating: Caleb Ferris @calebferris
New Designer: Kim Swift, Cranbook Academy of Art @kimswft @cranbrook_art
Materials/Textiles: Tomma Bloom @tommabloom
Outdoor: Mexa Design @mexadesign
Carpet & Flooring: JD Staron @jdstaron
Wallcoverings: Affreschi & Affreschi @affreschi_e_affreschi
Kitchen & Bath: Mila International @milasinks
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