New at NYIGF

By danielle


With umbrella in hand, I made my way west to the Jacob Javits Center this morning to identify one product (out of all the new ones at Accent on Design) that stood out for its creativity, functionality and originality, urgent, odd and delightful design. I’ll wait until the NYIGF press release goes out with all the Blogger’s Choice Award winners to do that post (I know, the suspense is killing you). ¬†Until then, here are a few clever introductions that caught my eye.

All the way from Australia, first time exhibitor KeepCup launched the worlds first barista standard reusable cup. It is lightweight, portable and fits under the heads of most espresso machines. Did I mention it is dishwasher and microwave safe too!?!


Nooka launched a stylish and colorful range of watches and playful accessories in the neo-utility exhibit.

Love these clever "holiday" cards from SCAD designer Emily Belford. It just so happens that today is National Relaxation today.

Another newbie, Serene House hit the fair with a cloud of freshness. The personal air care products and fragrances were designed in close collaboration with Swiss designer Carsten Jorgensen and Serene House's own professional perfume consultants and engineering staff.

Quake, designed by Gustaf Nordenskiöld for Design House Stockholm is based on a mug of thin clay, shaken to randomly form its own unique shape.

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