In addition to hitting up ICFF, the big granddaddy of all New York Design Week shows, we also visited several smaller shows, including Site Unseen Offsite, DesignJunction, and Wanted Design. This is where younger, less established designers get a chance to shine, and curious onlookers like ourselves get a chance to see what the future of design will look like. Take a look at what we found.
This clever little side table, by designer Ben Erickson, can be adjusted to different heights depending on the needs of different applications. The fluorescent edge is a nice touch.
These tea light holders by Sophia Thomas are made from an acrylic that almost looks like marble.
Here's a clever lamp from Bower that's both ceiling lamp and floor lamp, all in one.
This luxe take on the beach chair is by Ladies and Gentlemen Studio.
Marbleized products are a huge trend right now, which is only part of what makes this rug by Michelle Weinberg, based on her hand-marbleized papers, so perfect.
This is the Axis lamp by Mercury Bureau.
And finally, from Cold Picnic, a wacky, 70s-inspired seating area covered with carpets from their latest collection.