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Design Week 2017: Seen at WantedDesign

WantedDesign, the show that coincides with ICFF, also boasts talented international designers, many up and coming. This show is becoming an integral part of the NYCxDESIGN experience and takes place in two locations: Manhattan at Terminal Stores (269 11th Avenue) and Brooklyn at Industry City (238 36th Street, Greenwood) with many events and pop-ups to add to the viewing pleasure. Take a trip through the HOBNOB lens and check out what excited us most.

Future Kitchen by Caesarstone and Pratt Institute imagines what future cooks can expect—a self-sustaining space that incorporates hydroponics, 3D printing, water filtration, indoor farming, composting and food storage all in one neat island. See more details on the site. www.caesarstoneus.com

ABC Carpet and Home The brand showed off its distictive style of earthy minimalism in Brooklyn. abchome.com

Rings by Julia Cerutti Joyas displayed in the Argentina Pavilion sported jaunty geometrics with pops of color. wanteddesignnyc.com

Malle London maker of backpacks, shoulder bags, duffel bags, showed off their masculine and sturdy style. mallelondon.com  

Wanted Design Store at the South Street Seaport, is where you can purchase all the cool stuff. They’ve set up 2 stores chock full of design goodies.The Home & Lifestyle store at 6 Fulton Street features fashion, leather accessories, lighting and gifty things, as well as a coffee lounge with design mags and books. Then at 16 Fulton Street, just a few doors down, is the Design Market with more home accessories and decor, tableware, plus kid’s creative items and a space set up where they can create. wanteddesignnyc.com