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ICFF 2024

The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) has been North America’s premier design fair since 1989. This year, the landmark show returns to the Javits Center in NYC May 19-21 with a more curated, accessible, and interactive approach. To commemorate its 35th anniversary, ICFF 2024 celebrates design with exciting new initiatives, thought-provoking programming, and spectacular spaces.

250+ global exhibitors will come together to display the best-in-class contemporary furniture, accessories, lighting, textiles, and more. Known for its global exposure, networking opportunities, and access to industry knowledge, ICFF connects design professionals, architects, interior designers, and design enthusiasts.

ICF 2024 will include more spaces to explore, lounge, network, and converse. New this year includes Bespoke: The Art of Making section that will showcase the skill and expertise of high-end artisans; The Library, in partnership with global book publisher, Phaidon, will host activations for the new release Designed for Life: The World’s Best Product Designers and a curated library; OFS x ROOM will launch a podcast with the leading voices in global design discussing the ideas reshaping how we live and work recorded live from the show floor; and dedicated areas for complementary products such as Materials, Outdoor Living, and Kitchen & Bath.

Wanted, formerly WantedDesign Manhattan, will continue to support the next generation of design professionals through their continued programs: Look Book, Launch Pad, the Schools Showcase, and the Design Schools Workshop.

At the heart of the fair, the newest iteration of The Crossroads exhibition will focus on Sustainability. In a collaboration between ICFF, David Rockwell, Rockwell Group, and curator Pei-Ru Keh, this edition will spotlight the way designers seek to preserve long-honoured craft traditions, together with how they push the boundaries of circularity to consciously re-think the legitimacy of material use.

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