The Cornell University School of Architecture, Art, and Planning showcased artistic furniture designs at the recent ICFF 2019 show in New York City. Chet Moye Lubarsky, an artist graduating from the school’s fine arts master’s program this year, presented ten tables created with waste materials salvaged from other projects.
College students from the University of Cincinnati left a big impression on visitors to the recent ICFF 2019 show in New York City. The school’s industrial design and architecture students teamed up with their local Ohio area companies to make household items out of heavy industry materials.
The House Tipster Industry team has been proud to spotlight many impressive up-and-coming product developers and designers coming out of this ICFF 2019 show in New York City. This includes the next generation of great makers: promising college students from across the country.
Here at House Tipster Industry, we are incredibly excited about the exceptional student work happening at the high school and university level around the world. After all, these talented young creators will soon be the next generation of interior designers, manufacturers, artists, and more out there influencing the industry.