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DESIGN A/D Design Show March 16 – 19, 2017 *NYC

WHAT: The Architectural Digest Design Show (at Pier 94) is a four-day luxury design destination for extraordinary residential and hospitality finds from over 400 brands. From furniture, accessories, lighting, and art, to kitchen, bath, building products, hardware and flooring, the show boasts offerings by both independent makers and established manufacturers. The experience includes insider access to seminar programs headlined by design world luminaries, as well as exciting culinary demonstrations, stunning installations, and VIP industry events, such as DIFFA’s DINING BY DESIGN (co-located at neighboring Pier 92).
On the Show floor:
MADE: Now in its 10th successful year, the juried MADE section is a resource for handcrafted, often limited edition or one-of-a-kind furnishings, accessories, and art pieces. More than half of the 2017 exhibitors are new to the show this year. Exhibitors include the nationally recognized designs of Pelle, Patrick Weder Design, Fort Standard, and Vetro Vero, as well as the emerging talents of JM Szymanskii, Topher Gent, A Space, Christopher Kurtz, John Sheppard, and more. 
SHOPS: The show offers a retail boutique of décor, gifts, tabletop accessories, objets d’art and more, available for immediate purchase from brands including Owen+Fred, Golden Doors Artisanal Food + Skin Care, Konsuk, Christophe Pourny, Rikumo, Big Picture Farm and American Design Club. 
REFRESH: Attendees will encounter an extensive collection of kitchen, bath, luxury appliances, and premium building products from well established luxury brands, as well as up-and-coming manufacturers. This year’s exhibitors include Bosch, Gaggenau, Thermador, Baldwin, Benjamin Moore, Dacor, Miele, Scavolini, as well as Porcelenosa, Ronbow, Waterworks, Native Trails, Ammonitum and Cesar, among many others.
FURNISH: Exhibitors from across the globe will converge in FURNISH, an expanding assemblage of contemporary and classic furniture, lighting, carpets and rugs, decorative accessories, textiles, and art. Attendees will discover great design for residential and commercial settings from companies that include: Ligne Roset, The New Traditionalists, Arther, Buster + Punch, Constantini, OrionHD, KOKET, Warp+Weft, and IMAESTRI, to name a few. For many of the international and emerging brands in this section, the show will be their only US exhibition for the year – making attendance a must for design lovers in search of something new and extraordinary.
The Jenn-Air Master Class Studio, which will be in a new location in the South Wing, will play host to exciting design talks. Here is a sneak peek at the programming:
On Thursday, March 16, Architectural Digest sets the stage with seminars tailor-made for the trade. This year’s keynote features Architectural Digest Editor-in-Chief Amy Astley in conversation with a prominent celebrity designer. Top tastemakers and world-renowned designers will headline the weekend programming, Friday, March 17 – Sunday, March 19. Speakers and more details on the engaging design dialogues will be revealed closer to the show dates!
WHERE: Pier 92 + 94, 55th Street at the West Side Highway (12th Ave.), New York City
WHEN: Thursday, March 16, 10am-6pm — Design Trade & Preview Ticketholders 
Friday, March 17 & Saturday, March 18, 10am-6pm — Open to the Public. Sunday, March 19, 10am-5pm – Open to the Public
*VIP Preview Consumer Tickets on Thursday are available for $95. Admission is complimentary to the design trade with two forms of business credentials via online pre-registration; on-site design trade tickets are $30                                                                                                                                                       
Friday through Sunday, General Admission tickets are $30 online or $40 at the door. To purchase tickets, visit
A portion of ticket sales will benefit DIFFA (DESIGN INDUSTRIES FOUNDATION FIGHTING AIDS). 

December 24, 2016 - Posted by | ART, avant-garde, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, GUIDES, Uncategorized | , , ,

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