ICFF 2017 started on may 21st and we already have a great input of amazing interior designers! We followed Kravitz Design, Lo Chen Design, Gensler and Perkins Eastman tour through Javits Center and here are some of the stands they visited!
Stand Covet House
Covet House is exhibiting in booth 1708 with the most beautiful pieces from BRABBU. The Portuguese design group goes to NY several times a year, trying to connect with their exclusive clients and this year was no different. After ADShow, the team went back to the city of blinding lights for a few meetings and ICFF 2017.
Bringing the latest color trends and incredible velvet seats to the show, the stand was keen to every eye, especially those of interior design giants. Let’s have a look at their incredible interior design projects!
Kravitz Design, the design firm of musical icon Lenny Kravitz, has designed the interiors at 75 Kenmare, a luxury residential building in Manhattan’s NoLita neighborhood that just launched sales. The Andre Kikoski–designed building, developed by DHA Capital, marks Kravitz Design’s first full interior design commission.
Gensler is a global design firm that partners with clients to create more livable cities, smarter workplaces and more engaging leisure destinations.
Lo Chen Design specializes in designing hospitality, residential, commercial interiors, staging, and model home design. Area served in United States, Hong Kong, China, and International. Lo integrates the client’s needs and aspirations with the limitless possibilities of space, form, color, light, and material.
Perkins Eastman is among the top design and architecture firms in the world. With 1,000 employees in 15 locations around the globe, Perkins Eastman practices at every scale of the built environment. In 2016 Perkins Eastman joined forces with ForrestPerkins, adding significant value to the firm’s hospitality and luxury residential design practices.