ICFF ATTENDEES GET A PEEK AT EXPERIENTIAL LUXURY

Each year, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) brings together design visionaries and industry leaders to explore innovative design trends. This year’s attendees—an estimated 38,000 people from approximately 60 countries—saw Experiential Luxury, Kohler’s Perspective of the Year for 2019, brought to life in an immersive display of water, technology, texture and color.

 
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COMMITTED TO DESIGN INNOVATION

As the Kohler team hosted architects, designers and media from around the world, KOHLER® products caught the attention of the Metropolis magazine editors. The Kensho® bathroom sink collection with its modern forms inspired by nature and minimalist Japanese patterns earned a MetropolisLikes award. Kohler products were also nominated for the NYCxDesign awards presented by Interior Design in the following categories:

Shadows Collection in the Bath Fixtures category

Vibrant® Ombré finish in the Kitchen category

The Crackle Collection by KOHLER WasteLAB™ for ANN SACKS in the Tile and Stone Wallcovering category

 
 
 
 
 
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EXPERIENTIAL LUXURY THROUGH TECHNOLOGY


Experiential Luxury is about adding the perfect detail to create a rich and dynamic environment that indulges the senses on multiple levels. This approach can include color, pattern, material or, in the case of three products highlighted at the show, technology. With the Senate® touchless faucet, intelligent toilets and digital showering, ICFF attendees experienced how smart home innovations can engage the senses.

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DESIGN ACROSS MANHATTAN


While in Manhattan, Kohler was featured beyond ICFF as well. Visitors to Times Square could explore the FutureHaus, and guests who traveled to the Upper East Side could check out the Kips Bay Decorator Show House.

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