ICFF 2013 is in full swing. Here are a few snaps of The Future Perfect’s Great Jones Streets show, featuring our 2013 editions of the Parallel shelving system, Woodgate sofa system, and Sax coffee table, all by Terence Woodgate. Also on show is a specially commissioned lighting sculpture (pictured below) made up of Axial pendant lights by American designer Bec Brittain.
Axial pendant light sculpture by Bec Brittain alongside a new armchair by Russell Pinch.
The Future Perfect’s thought of the day.
The Future Perfect is also showing ceramics by San Francisco based manufacturers, Heath Ceramics. Founded by Edith Heath in 1948, it is one of the few remaining mid-century American potteries still in existence today.
Russel Pinch hard at work at a dining table by Piet Hein Eek.
The Future Perfect’s neighbour, a Japanese butcher, who is getting involved in ICFF with a show of interesting ceramics accompanied by daily, meat related puns, in their shop window.
We stopped by the The Merchant’s House where a group of designers working with modern craft techniques have filled the house’s time-capsule interior with a beautiful selection of contemporary objects.