Sunday, 27 November 2016

20 years blickfang Zurich - international design fair

For the 20th time the blickfang took place in Zurich this year. During three days, more than 200 designers (more than 100 new exhibitors) present their exceptional products, from handcrafted furniture, fair fashion, handmade jewelry and accessories and loads of stylish interior design products there is everything at the blickfang and you can spend hours rummaging through the fair, always discovering something new.


For this years anniversary edition, the studio Besau-Marguerre staged a banquet table right at the entrance with a limited edition tablecloth, created specially for the blickfang design fair.


Every brand created their own little booth in a unique way to represent their products, the Swiss brand Freitag even brought their own little garden to the fair. As their clothes are made from hemp, linen and modal grown in Europe and all the clothes are 100% compostable, they brought a wooden box with hemp plants, linen plants and a beech tree.



Among all the booths at the blickfang, there where three special corners this year, the local corner, where young local designers had the possibility to present their products, a dutch corner for selected dutch designers and a Ticino corner for designers from Ticino, Switzerland.
These are some impressions from the 20th blickfang in Zurich and in the following weeks we will present some of our favourite products more detailed.

innesti vessels by Sofia Lazzeri, Ticino Switzerland, unique pieces that unite glass and textile

abc porcelain mugs and plates by ilaria.i, designed and manufactured in Italy

a handmade glass by the Swiss brand Glaslabor that allows you to watch the plant grow

the link shelf system by Studio Hausen that can be constructed individually
atelier volvox copper vases, handmade in Switzerland

atelier volvox copper vase, handmade in Switzerland

unique lamps made from extremely thin real wood veneer by the German brand woodmosphere

beautiful leather bags by Atelier S&R

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