ICFF may be smaller than Milan, but it's a big show. The kind of show you can't do in a single day if you want to understand what's being presented. Many products need to be "demo'd", for both form and especially function. It's true of the Mathmos Aduki Ni portable lamp that changes color when lit and reflects when off, Elisabeth's Hertzfeld's modular lamp elements that snap together magnetically, Moustique's Candy cubes that can be reassembled to form new flavors and so on. More images from the show after the jump.
Mathmos had several new products including the Aduki Ni above, which glowed and changed colors when lit, and when off, had a reflective metallic finish (below).
New gels for the Mathmos Space Projector.
The Massie brothers and Flying Vee modular bookshelf elements.
Inflate brought a dark structure and filled it with lit chairs.
formfollows' Moonlight floorlamps. The planets are vinyl and can be easily peeled off and replaced by other 'planets'.
formfollows Exhibit A lamps made with test tubes. This version's tubes are filled with dried leaves.
Finn Stone table and chairs for kids.
Elisabeth Hertzfeld's modular lamps. The first module is firmly affixed to the wall and subsequent modules are attached to the first, magnetically.
Boon's new high chair.
Channels' rotating flat screen flat TV stand.
Moustique Candy Cubes designed by Cooked in Marseille (above and below).
Tom Kirk's pendant lamps come flat packed in a single sheet of plastic that you snap out and then snap in around a single pendant bulb.
Mixko pendant lamps made from felt.