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New York Design Week and NYCxDesign allows thousands of industry members and design enthusiasts to get a first look at new products from the realm of interiors -- from furniture and accessories to lighting and unique objects.

"Glove Cabinet" designed by Finn Juhl for Lost City Arts.


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This glove cabinet was originally designed in 1961 and was part of a bedroom suite. There are 10 color-coated trays made of handmade solid Japanese cherry, legs in burnished steel and castors in solid brass.

"Cintola Maxi Pendant" designed by Tom Kirk for Tom Kirk Lighting.


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The light design combines hand-blown glass diffusers with an anodised aluminum body. The glass is available in various colors.


"Iris Chair" designed by Merve Kahraman.


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The Iris chair is inspired by the personification of the rainbow in Greek mythology. The design is composed of Kvadrat fabric and brass-finished metal. 

"Wedge Bookends" by Material Lust.

 

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"Roberta Hanging Plant Pot" for Bloc Studios.


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A hanging plant pot made of Carrara marble designed by Thévoz-Choquet for Bloc Studios.

 

 

 "Waldhexen" table designed by Ian Stell forPatrick Parrish Gallery.

 

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Ian Stell's distinctive furniture designs are composed of dyed maple and feature internal brass pivots.

Crescent Light Series by Lee Broom.


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Lee Broom's New York pop-up launched in conjunction with NYCxDesign and presents the "Crescent Light" series. The light design is an illuminated sphere sliced asymmetrically in half to reveal a crescent-shaped brushed brass fascia.

"Suspended Confetti Sculpture" designed byChiaozza and Studio Proba.


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Terri Chiao and Adam Frezza collaborated with Studio Proba to create a confetti sculpture made of character cut-outs from reflective and iridescent materials.

For more innovative products from New York Design Week go to Fashion Times

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