Giving you an update on my adventurous trip to NeoCon 2011! Posted an eclectic group of photos from the windy city, that can be seen here, and definitely needed to give you a proper update on the whole reason for my trip. The new and innovative products.
There were several that stood out in my eye.
Lace It or Leave It by Mohawk series is beautiful. The collection is a compilation of feminine, lacy lines that are aesthetically pleasing.
The collection was inspired by some of the dramatic photos below:
Another innovation carpet collection that I loved was On The Edge by Shaw Contract. This series allows you to add additional patterns to your carpet tiles. I see this as an easy way to create a custom look.
Line Up by 3Form is made from recycled plastic bottles and durable enough to be used for table tops, counters or even in vertical applications.
I have been wanting to specify Alcove Work by Vitra for a project. Love the collaborative, intimate zone the furniture pieces create. I design "huddle" spaces often that allow users to get away from their daily space to meet, brainstorm or relax. These areas are being seen more and more in corporate office settings along with the growth of more collaborative work environments.
Nucraft introduced the Flow table series which incorporates audio/visual technology within the central concealed spine. The tables curves and veneer makes the piece one of a kind and also is the key feature. The curved veneer at the table top act as the speaker for the piece.
Momentum fabrics introduced a new, energetic upholstery series called In Motion. They also had some DIY inspiration in their showroom (stay tuned for that post).
I could probably go on for awhile with all the snazzy products we saw while in Chicago but I will leave you with these favorites.
Happy Thursday LiveLove&Repeat readers!