Paul and I met upon his return from KR+H's second year of exhibiting at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. ICFF is America's largest home design and furniture show held at NYC's Javitz Center with some 25,000 visitors, mostly design trade professionals, exploring exhibits from around the world.
At this year's ICFF, Paul found a renewed optimism. There was an inspiring showing of new ideas by young innovators. The New York Times article that reviewed ICFF, Going With the Grain, reported on the growing rise of hand made.
Paul was delighted to see visitors' responses as they discovered the secrets of KR+H's [Hidden] Kitchen furniture. KR+H's exhibit at ICFF was truly a collaborative effort of our designers, engineers, and crafts people. We had the good fortune to have our exhibit sparkle with the diptych, Skate, by artist Jeffrey Keith. Thank you Jeffrey! To learn more about KR+H's [Hidden] Kitchen furniture, see Paul's post below. We'd love to hear your comments.