kicked off NYCxDesign week this past weekend with a bang. Around since 2003, the fair celebrates contemporary furniture, lighting, accessories, and art, all designed and made in Brooklyn. Besides the inspiring displays of work, there were lounges, pop-up shops, food trucks, and Tattly temporary tattoos to keep things rolling. It’s definitely a design even worth checking out in the future if you haven’t already! Take a look at some of our favorite designs.
The Drip/Fold side table from is made from bent ash plywood that then gets hand-finished with drips of liquid resin making each a one-of-a-kind.
designed this double circle wall cabinet where you can stash a multitude of things. Plus it looks good open, where there are various shelves and mirrors, and closed.
featured a number of screen printed clocks, some with geometric patterns, others with softer, more organic designs.
showed a collection of their handmade, mid-century-inspired pottery, alongside printed textiles.
Also in that booth was work by , including this incredible woven, wood stool.
Using a combination of treated corroded metal, machined bronze and brass, and crafted hardwoods, Roman Heczko of spends over 500 man hours to built this chair.
Gorgeous bowls made from pieces of various wood species that are assembled and sanded smooth by .
designs all of their pieces in Brooklyn but manufactures them in Indonesia via sustainable sources, where they cut and dry their own wood.
Part of BKLYN DESIGNS’ Alumni Gallery where they brought back designers who had exhibited in the past, interior designer showed some colorful, acrylic , like layered bookends.
manufactures storage pieces for vinyl collectors that make accessing the records super easy.
Part of the BKLYN DESIGNS pop-up shop section, displayed hand-woven jewelry made with fibers from Brazil and Germany.