From March 16 thru 19, 2017 the 16th Annual Architectural Digest Design Show will take place in New York at Pier 92 & 94.
Discover the world’s leading design brands and today’s newest talent in all areas of decorative and functional design including furniture, lighting, bath, kitchen, wallpaper, artwork, materials… The 16th AADD Show begins this Thursday.
400 distinct brands will be displayed in a curated presentation of design with thousands of products from respected creators and independent artists for industry professionals and open to the public. Get a chance to interact directly with designers and manufacturers and learn more about contemporary trends — what works and what does not and find inspiration for your own home.
Design seminars, culinary demonstrations and special appearances including Tim Gunn and other big names in the design industry will be on premises. This 4 day event promises to be stimulating and fun for professionals, specialists and the general public.
Find out what products have celebrity followings or which exhibitors have teamed up with high-end fashion designers. You’ll never see a more fabulous refrigerator until you’ve seen the Dolce & Gabbana and SMEG Appliances collaboration.
Many female designers including Eskayel, Elizabeth Sutton, Estudio Persona will be attending to reveal their new design crops.
4 days, 400 brands. Now in its 16th year, the Architectural Design Show is the leading U.S. Luxury Design Fair.
For BeautyNewsNYC readers only, Architectural Digest is offering a custom discount code exclusively for our dedicated audience . If you type in BeautyNewsNYC, you will get a discount of $5 off of your AD Design Show 2017 tickets!
Don’t miss this show that promises to be anything but ordinary.
Thursday, March 16th: 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Open to design trade & VIP consumer ticket holders.
Friday-Saturday, March 17th-18th: 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.
Open to all ticket holders.
Sunday, March 19th: 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Open to all ticket holders.
PIERS 92 & 94
55th Street at 12th Avenue
New York City
For more information go to http://www.addesignshow.com