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5. Eastvold Furniture
Custom options for handmade pieces were plentiful at the ICFF this year. Eastvold Furniture in Minnesota offered the opportunity to choose the interior and leg colors of this new credenza.
6. Pratt Institute and Carnegie Fabrics
Students from the Pratt Institute worked with Carnegie's new Xorel woven textiles to design an intricate, hand-folded structure. The piece is made entirely out of squares of Xorel, folded in the same pattern to create a three-dimensional geometric shape. Each piece is shaded blue in the center, just barely visible from the inside.
7. Symbol Audio
Symbol Audio made its debut at the ICFF this year. Its gorgeous pieces have a timeless but modern look that's captured the hearts of audiophiles and design lovers alike. The Modern Record Console has all the classic style of a midcentury hi-fi console with the amenities of the 21st century. A built-in turntable; a converter for iPod, iPhone, or iPad; and an incredible sound system are all housed in this hand-crafted walnut and steel piece.
The Tabletop Hifi is a more accessible piece from Symbol Audio that offers the same high-quality design, and it's available in a variety of colors and finishes. A traditional speaker design allows it to deliver an incredible level of audio for such a small piece. Cables in the back make it easy to hook up to your favorite electronic or analog device.
8. Rachel O'Neill
These wild light fixtures look like they're made of piles of folded ribbon, but Northern Irish designer Rachel O'Neill accomplishes this look with yards and yards of Velcro. The Velcro is hand dyed, carefully folded and placed around an aluminum frame to create these bold bursts of light.
Several new objects debuted at the ICFF as well. This table displays just a few, including hexagon-shape paperweights, a brass sage-burning pyramid and hexagonal bottle openers.
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