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The Fair
November 22, 2021

After two and a half years with no ICFF, last week New York and the Javits Center once again welcomed both an international and domestic audience of designers, architects, retailers, distributors, developers, and press. For the 2021 edition of ICFF, we came together to celebrate the best in residential, contract, and hospitality furnishing product.

While the show floor looked a little different this year (think masks and vaccination checks), there was a clear buzz in the air Javits unlike any other edition of the show. People were happy to be back together, networking, viewing products in real life, enjoying live panels and talks.

There were product introductions galore at ICFF 2021—in fact two and a half years worth of unseen furniture, lighting, wallcoverings, textiles, accessories, and kitchen & bath products. It’s become clear that while the world paused, designers kept designing. ICFF Associate Content Editor Meghan Dwyer rounded up some of her favorite finds on the show floor November 14+15, 2021.


Opiary is a Brooklyn-based biophilic design and production studio. They integrate nature into each of their designs, incorporating live greenery and organic shapes into bespoke furniture, planters, and sculpture.

Secto Design

Secto Design is a Finnish lighting company, known globally for high quality craftsmanship and natural materials. The collection includes pendant lamps, wall lamps, floor lamps, and table lamps, all handcrafted in Secto’s own factory in Finland.

Jamie Harris Studio

Based in New York, glass artist and designer Jamie Harris has studied at some of the most prestigious glass schools in the country: The Pilchuck Glass School, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Penland School of Crafts, the Haystack School, and the Corning Museum of Glass. His work has long been distinguished by his unique and painterly use of color and design.


Bandido is a Mexican design studio that seeks to promote industry and local production through lighting and furniture products, inspired and conceptualized in our country. Established in the city of Puebla, Mexico in 2016, the team approaches different projects from different perspectives, always exploring manufacturing processes and materials.


INDO- is an award winning contemporary furniture and object design studio based in Providence, RI and New Delhi, India. Founded by Urvi Sharma and Manan Narang, both of whom grew up in New Delhi and met in Providence while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, INDO- is a product of living in and experiencing both places and cultures.


Maria Bosoni, founder of oOumm, is a contemporary art collector who shaped her brand as the perfect space of expression for the talented minds she can trust. With her brand Ooumm, she undertook the bold challenge of following her vision of a home fragrance and object brand, producing a range of accessories, fragrances, and marble photophores.

Bernhardt Design

Bernhardt Design debuted the Belmont collection by Terry Crews at ICFF 2021—his fifth collaboration with the company. A year marked by disruptions and uncertainty sparked Crews to visualize his own personal safe haven, which invariably led him to his sketch pad. Before long, the energetic Crews created Belmont, a modern version of the classic wingback chair.

Kartell by Laufen

A complete bathroom project inspired by the iconic design of Kartell together with the quality of Laufen, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. On one hand, Kartell, the Italian company that has revolutionized furnishing in the use of plastic materials, and on the other, Laufen, the Swiss company with a commitment to bring innovation in the production of ceramic sanitaryware for over 125 years. Kartell by Laufen serves as the link between these two players.

Cam Design Co.

For Christopher Miano, founder of Cam Design Co., every project is an opportunity to explore processes and combine age-old craft with modern techniques in his coherent design style. Christopher works directly with clients to concept out, design, and fabricate pieces that lean heavily on craftmanship and superior materials, like high-end woods, Carrara marble, and beautiful metals.


Based in New Milford, Connecticut lighting company AMEICO is celebrating 25 years as a wholesale distributor, retailer, and source for contract lighting.


Brent Warr

Brent Warr is a furniture designer/maker and self-taught abstract painter based in Atlanta, Georgia. Warr focuses on the total composition of a piece rather than its individual parts. He uses a broad spectrum of mixed media including plaster, wood, acrylic, oil paint, pen, charcoal, and twine to create an eye- catching composition.

Cym Warkov Ceramics

Cym Warkov creates timeless ceramic vessels that are imbued with qualities of both that of an archaeological find and a sensual modernity. Her process can be best described as an organic collaboration between herself and the materials involved in making each piece.


Salon curates and cultivates talented artists and makers from across the globe, pairing clients with their ideal artisan. They then facilitate the selection and customization of offerings to fit the needs, aesthetic and budget of each project.

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