Home Office and Workspace Ideas From ICFF 2012

Home Office and Workspace Ideas From ICFF 2012

Gregory Han
May 23, 2012

It's an annual showcase for some of the latest designs in the furniture industry, but the International Contemporary Furniture Fair -- now back in full swing in New York City -- also introduces interesting accessories for the home and office. Here are a few we spotted that might look smart in your workspace.

Archive Boxes from House Industries use alphabet, number, and bracket patterns to help you store your stuff -- and remind us of the Herman Miller Shipping Blocks currently available at the Herman Miller Pop-Up Shop in Soho ($36 for a set of three boxes).

Hailing from Portland, Oregon, these JUJU wallpapers by Avery Thatcher would be a welcome presence on an accent wall (contact for pricing).

We've seen the Alarm Dock from Areaware before, but this year they've arrived in colorful resin and marble materials ($30, available for pre-order).

Misewell's nicely proportioned Tokyo lamps offer bases made of recycled steel and oatmeal-colored rolled-edge shades -- smart for a desk or work table (starting at $245). And below it, another pick from Misewell: Streamlined wall hooks to hang your hat (or your laptop bag or your umbrella) (contact for pricing).

House Industries' embellished AMAC Canister Boxes cheerfully hold a variety of desktop odds and ends ($35).

The strong curve of its wooden base and simple look of its satin-brass or polished-copper shade let the L.U.M. Lamp from UM Project add sophistication to any space (contact for pricing).

Jasper Morrison (designer of our Magis Air-Chair) takes the phone back to basics with the landline-based Punkt. DP 01 (there's even an answering machine in the cradle) ($245).

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