The Herman Miller Setu was seating we were eagerly wanting to try in person and the multi-use office chair did not disappoint in comfort and construction. Unbelievably light, it's a minimalist Aeron, and arguably more comfortable.
Wrapping up our week long coverage of the ICFF 2010 show, we've gathered a hodge podge of the rest of our favourite things we saw and photographed during our stay in NYC amongst the throngs of designers, retailers, design press and reps. It was an amazing time meeting many of the folks we communicate with via email and IM (including one of our own team, Joelle, whom we met for the first time) and an opportunity to see many designs we've only admired online and in print.
Favourites included Elisa Strozyk's tactile Miss Maple overhead lighting, the pricey but wondrous ant farms created by architecture students, and the the luxury dream bathtub from WETSTYLE (where Apartment Therapy LA's Abby took a short rest from the show, lounging for a breather). A "thank you" to everyone whom we got to meet during our time in NYC for this year's show!
A roundup of our other posts about what we saw at ICFF below:
Urbancase Red Ledge
Wang Jinsheng Studio Turntables
Shine Labs Woodblock Clock
brink dada's Solar Powered Emerson House Dollhouse
Blu Dot Cant Desk and Scoop Task Chair Unveiled
What's New? Checking in at Herman Miller
Whatswhat Collective Lamp