For the second year, WantedDesign is opening its doors during the ICCF week in Manhattan in the beautiful landmark building, Terminal Stores /The Tunnel, on 11th Avenue and 28th Street.
Created by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, WantedDesign is the central point of exchange for the international design community during the New York design Week. Booths, panels, events and workshops bring together international designers, architects, interior designers, craftsmen, curators,...in a very convivial and interactive atmosphere. "Its format reflects what New York is: multicultural, convivial, provocative, contrasted, innovative, full of energy and talent".
From New Zealand, David Trubridge will showcase his latest design, from Giant pieces to his outdoor collection and all-new Mini-Grow range of radically scaled-down kitset light, continuing to push design boundaries while maintaining a commitment to sustainability and minimizing environmental impact.
Creativity and design research from Latin America will be presented by Heidi Jalkh, a Colombian designer based in Argentina, and Mexico-based Adan Carades, who will reveal his latest chairs and rug designs.
French silver company Christofle, a symbol of luxury and refinement, will present a preview of their upcoming NYC new flagship within a 300-square-foot display at WantedDesign. The display, created by Stéphane Parmentier, will feature several design elements from the flagship store. The Meisenthal International Glass Art Centre / CIAV will exhibit for the first time in the US some recent collaborations with designers experimenting in new glass possibilites.
Also will be featured the French, up and coming designers Ionna Vautrin, Pierre Favresse, POOL, NOCC, A+A Cooren in the exhibit Nouvelle Vague, curated by Cedric Morisset as well as recent graduates from ECAL Romain Lagrange or Olivier Dolle, who combines traditional craft and contemporary design for his collection of wood furniture.
May 18-21 at Terminal Stores, 11th Avenue between 27th and 28th Street, New York