The International Contemporary Furniture Fair is always a great place for inspiration and a look at what’s hot in the design world. If you weren’t able to attend, don’t worry- you can still check out Architectural Record‘s recap of the ICFF highlights. Take a look at a few of our favorites below.
Molo’s Softshelter- This temporary structure was built using the Canadian design studio’s signature Softwall modular system. The possibilities of this product are endless; made from paper or textiles, the partitions can be used to create privacy in disaster relief shelters, voting facilities, clinics, schools, or even as a decorative accent in a home.
Frank Gehry for Heller- How fun are these plastic furnishings? The bright colors and bold shapes make them quite the eye candy, and supposedly they’re also comfortable. Kohler + Jonathan Adler- As LEED accredited professionals, we always have an eye out for the latest in green design, so of course we loved this example of creative re-use! The Kohler + Jonathan Adler booth featured a re-purposed shipping container looking unexpectedly fabulous with a bright new paint job and Adler’s signature preppy-meets-groovy style.
The profusion of bright colors, imaginative design, and environmentally friendly innovation on display at this year’s ICFF is right on point with what we value and admire here at Leslie Saul & Associates. Take a look at our portfolio to see how our Boston architecture and design firm brings these attributes to our projects, from medical facilities and senior care residences to retail, office, and institutional spaces.