So we’re saying goodbye to May, marvelous month that it was, and stepping into June with our eyes on tweetups and junkets that will serve as great roaming opportunities, and we’ll definitely be reporting back (be sure to check out our sister site adroyt for some of the fun–okay, so she’s the smarter sister but we’re still cute here at RBD!).
GD Cucine was hopping with a hip vibe as design devotees feasted on freshly prepared Italian fare and on Cleto Munari’s vision, which was sprinkled around the showroom in the form of the “Il Magnifici 7,” a colorful collection of furnishings that popped within the serene backdrop of sleek kitchen charisma.
Soho was one rocking nabe during much of the week, our Moss tweetup being a highlight. We hit so many showrooms on Monday night that we stumbled around in sensory overload, ending the evening at Scavolini’s showroom with its lively atmosphere, fantabulous food and hip crowd.
There were so many events, so little time, which is about how we always describe ICFF week in New York City; that said, we did our stellar best to make it to some of the hottest parties and unearth the best in design offerings. Oh yes; there was the show itself! Here’s one of our favorite offerings: James DeWulf’s Ping Pong table, in concrete, which can also serve as a dining room table.