ICFF, North America’s one of leading design fairs for interiors, will be taking place from May 21 to 24, at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.
Heading into its 29th year, ICFF NYC 2017 is seeing a record number of submissions for ICFF Studio. The annual collaboration with Bernhardt Design is a platform for undiscovered design professionals to engage with the global design community, showcase new prototypes, and in many cases kick-start design careers.
Kevin O’Keefe, ICFF event director, says, “We are honored to have such an incredible response to this year’s ICFF Studio call for submissions. ICFF Studio has been a key feature of our show for 12 years, and each year I look forward to seeing what our young designers will showcase to the global design community.”
New for 2017, the ICFF Gallery will host a curated space of paintings, sculptures and distinctive art and collectibles on the show floor. ICFF Gallery exhibitors will present designs ideal for inclusion in luxury residential, boutique and hospitality environments.
ICFF is also proud to welcome over 800 exhibitors from around the globe to New York City this May. Exhibitors include residential design leaders making up 10 international contingents, including Interiors of Spain, Sindomoveis of Brazil, Luxe France, The Italian Trade Agency, Romania, Austria, Norway, GEM French Export Group, Design Philippines, and the British European Design Group.
This year, ICFF NYC will take place on one level of an expanded show floor. The show will once again connect members of the interior design trade to industry influencers, leading brands, top design focused media and emerging talent through a series of educational programs, including CEU accredited sessions, and the ICFF Talks program.