The 30th annual ICFF NYC, North America’s platform for global design, will map the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, May 20-23, 2018. For the four-day duration of the Fair, the Javits Center will be abuzz with more than 36,000 interior designers, architects, retailers, representatives, distributors, facility managers, developers, manufacturers, store designers, and visual merchandisers. On Wednesday, May 23th, the ICFF opens its doors to the general public as well.
ICFF annually lures those in determined pursuit of design’s timely truths and latest trends to an encyclopedic exhibition of up-to-the-moment offerings, as well as a series of fascinating, fun, edifying programs and a packed schedule of exhibits and features.
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NYCxDESIGN Awards and ICFF Opening Party to take place at the New Pier 17
Stunning views and beautiful historic surroundings take this prestigious citywide event to the next level
On the evening of Monday, May 21, world-class designers, emerging talents, the largest architectural and interior design firms and design enthusiasts from every discipline will gather to celebrate the very best in design and innovation at the NYCxDESIGN Awards and ICFF Opening Party. For the first time, the event will be held in the new Pier 17 building, the cornerstone of The Howard Hughes Corporation’s revitalization of Seaport District NYC.
Now in its third year, the NYCxDESIGN Awards is a highlight of NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s annual celebration of design that attracts hundreds of thousands of attendees and designers from across the globe. Taking place this year from May 11-23, NYCxDESIGN showcases over a dozen design disciplines through exhibitions, installations, trade shows, panels, product launches, open studios and more across the city’s five boroughs.
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 W. 34th St.
New York City
(11th Avenue at 38th Street)
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