Architonic’s increased presence in North America was marked at the 2013 edition of ICFF in New York with a stand – and a large number of visitors
With economic contraction giving way in the US to a period of sustained growth, it’s little surprise that this year’s ICFF in New York – under new management – was the most confident edition in some time. Architonic, which is strategically strengthening its presence in North America, was there with a busy stand, a new sales representative for the region, and an unforgettable party on a historic boat. As they say Stateside, what’s not to like? (by Simon Keane-Cowell)
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Architonic at ICFF 2013
For 2013 Architonic expanded its presence at ICFF, the 26th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair – North America’s platform for global design, with a central booth, two new Architonic apps (‘Best American Design Brands‘ and ‘Best Canadian Design Brands‘) and a larger North American sales team. Now part of NYC x Design Week, ICFF 2013 hosted more than 500 exhibitors from more than 30 countries at the Javitz Center in Manhattan. Join us on a photographic tour through the exhibition halls of ICFF in the following three Facebook albums.
> to Architonic’s tour of ICFF 2013, Part 1
Including: Architonic, Alphenberg, Anne Kyyro Quinn, Artek, Artifort, Axor, Bensen, Delightfull, Devon&Devon, emeco, Fritz Hansen, Graypants, Jan Kath, Kasthall, Lichterloh, Lladro, Lobmeyr, Marset, Molo, Moooi, Mosa, Nanimarquina, Neue Wiener Werkstätte, Nolen-Niu, Now Carpets, Objekten, Omnidecor, onecollection, Philips, Piet Bonn, Rich Brilliant, Roca, Royal Botania, Tokio, Victoria Albert, Vitra, Vondom, Wildspirit, Woka.
> to Architonic’s tour of ICFF 2013, Part 2
> to Architonic’s tour of ICFF 2013, Part 3
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