icff 2009: adler, ochre, and much more

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my icff image folder is practically empty so it looks like today will my the last day for icff coverage on d*s. stay tuned for my favorite part- the student design booths- next. but first, here are some more great designs from the 2009 show. [image above: ‘dodecahedron light’ by woka, vienna]

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i loved this ‘sola’ desk/chair by talitha james. oh to be the student who gets to sit in this every day- so chic.

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a gorgeous wooden ‘phenomena screen’ by sang hoon kim.

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soft faceted block stools, called “above”, by bERT&dENNIS.

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this wooden bench was so simple, but so striking in person. i loved the combination of smooth, clean cortes blanco wood and powder coated steel. the ‘clavijas’ collection was inspired by wrought iron nails found in a blacksmith’s shop and was designed by KIU.

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a selection of drawer pulls from ochre. i’d love to use the dark handles on bright white kitchen drawers.

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chic leather furniture from ochre. i loved the scalloped edge on the white leather bench.

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jonathan adler added a wonderful series of casegoods and upholstered furniture to his collection, all with his trademark groovy style.

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  1. John says:

    Where can I get that U.S.-shaped mirror? I want it!

  2. grace says:

    john

    that’s from the adler booth, so i’d contact the adler people at: johnathanadler.com for more info :)

    grace

  3. leni says:

    i seriously want that white leather bench!

  4. Bre says:

    Wow! Grace, I’ve been deliberating between crappy home improvement store cabinet hardware A or B for weeks. Those horn handles have opened my eyes. Could you do a hardware round up?

  5. Jennifer says:

    I second that request for a hardware roundup!

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