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May 19-21, 2024

Javits Center, NYC


Wanted Interiors

The Wanted Interiors area at WantedDesign Manhattan invites visitors to discover products in a more immersive way with the Lounge, multi-brand presentations and storytelling installations.

For 2023, participants including Turf, Ligne Roset, and Heller will integrate their unique materials and surfaces within interactive and immersive installations to demonstrate how innovative solutions can create healthy spaces.

The Lounge, designed by Rodolfo Agrella, is sponsored by David Weeks and Ligne Roset, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic Togo.

Register HERE to attend ICFF + WDM 2023

Wanted Interior participants for 2023 listed below:

WantedDesign Manhattan 2022
Ligne Roset - Hemicycle Collection

Ligne Roset

Ligne Roset is synonymous with modern luxury and invites consumers to revel in a contemporary, design-forward lifestyle. Known for its artful collaborations with both established and up-and-coming talents in contemporary design, Ligne Roset offers consumers an entire lifestyle in which to live both boldly and beautifully via its furniture collections and complementary decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, textiles and occasional items.

Turf Design

Turf Design

Turf Design creates artful acoustic solutions that are effortless to adopt, adapt, and install.
Since 2016, this team of rule-breakers and design geeks has partnered with some of the world’s most ambitious architects and designers to create spaces that look and sound beautiful. Turf's secret is simple: they listen. What they learn informs smarter products, processes, and tools so you can focus on creating, and leave the noise behind.


For over 50 years, Heller has offered leading designers the opportunity to work with new technologies to create innovative products. Heller continues to explore new processes for manufacturing furniture.

David Weeks Studio

David Weeks Studio is a Brooklyn-based design studio, founded in 1996. A multi-disciplinary designer renowned for his iconic sculptural lighting, founder David Weeks’ minimalist visual language articulates an ongoing, and open-ended, dialogue between material and form.

Offset Sofa by Norm Architects

Design Quarters

Design Quarters is a digital concept store which celebrates the European art of living. It brings design lovers a discerning and covetable selection of modern and contemporary design objects, furniture, lighting, home textiles, lifestyle accessories and artworks created by European designers. The selection showcases pieces designed for a purpose, with brilliance and character, meaningful in the way they unify shape, function and cultural references, or pieces with a soul, conveying emotional intensity.

Ressource House of Paints & Wallpaper Design

Ressource was founded in Provence, the south of France, in the early 1940s. It is the pioneering French brand of high-end decorative paints, and wallpaper designs. The combination of heritage, creativity, and innovation can be seen across a plethora of interior design works within the United States and in Europe.
Lime paint is a naturally free and boundless material. This mineral paint, showcased at WantedDesign Manhattan, allows you to create any effect you wish.


Originated in Bangkok, a decade-old boutique furniture brand keeps creating wood furniture pieces. From simple clean line collections to the next level design pieces, we keep practising and presenting designs that relevant to international markets. We proud of each item and we want to share with our customers.

Arca Steven Leprizé

Steven Leprizé is an artisan cabinetmaker. Trained from an early age in a variety of manufacturing techniques, he studied at fine arts school École Boulle, where he has been teaching since 2011.
He is the founder of the workshop ARCA ébénisterie, renowned for its innovations in wood and various other materials. He is well known for developing WooWood, an elastic wood technology for which he was shortlisted for the Intelligence de la main Prize from the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation in 2017.

Studio Plastique

ECO Solidarity

ECO Solidarity was initiated in 2020 by the Polish Cultural Institute New York in collaboration with WantedDesign. This multidisciplinary hybrid project is an initiative and a movement which seeks unity and solidarity through design + architecture focused on Ecology, climate emergency, circular economy, the key concepts of the Green New Deal, sustainability, public well-being, public health and their social implications in public spaces.