Iglooplay's booth is usually my first stop of the day at ICFF because it just happens to be in the row where I start - the big hit of color is a perfect way to start the show. Brooklyn-based Lisa Albin started Iglooplay in 2005 and in recent years has branched out beyond purely residential designs to furnishings for children in public spaces like libraries, hotels and schools.
The jewel-like (in both color and shape) Prism Pods (above) and the Interlock table and seating (below) were new this year and fit in well with the rest of the interactive and bright collection.
Interlock: children's lounge chairs and table top. Great for small spaces.
Candy Pods: stackable, mix 'n' match cushions
Throwing Stones in jewel tones: cushions inspired by river stones.
Tortoise table: coffee table with seating stored underneath.
Reporter & Image: Carrie McBride
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