New York, the city that never sleeps was once again the stage for one of the most awaited design events of the year, AD Show 2017 ! This trade show gathered all the best interior designers and the best interior design brands!So if miss this incredible show, here are the top design trends and conferences that you must know about.
From furniture, accessories, lighting, and art to the kitchen, bath, and building projects, the show offers thousands of products to source and shop—both from independent makers and established manufacturers.
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Boca Do Lobo furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind. The company strives to encourage sensational experiences by creating beautiful pieces which are passionately inspired and handcrafted in Portugal by a staff that loves what they do; experiences which pass on the feeling of exclusivity. Boca do Lobo furniture is all about modern and contemporary design for an exclusive home interior.
Brabbu designs reflect an intense way of living, an urban lifestyle, telling stories from nature and the world through materials and textures. Brabbu designs and produces a diverse range of furniture, case goods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art and accessories that tell stories about nature and the world. All these stories are written by the materials, textures, scents, flavors and colors that live inside nature and inside the urban life
Join Joel Barkley of Ike Kligerman Barkley and architects Philip James Dodd, Allan Greenberg and Jonh B. Murray in “Classic Style Today”. A classic design is alive and well—but with decidedly contemporary interpretations. Architect Phillip James Dodd, author of An Ideal Collaboration, moderates a panel of three master talents whose work exemplifies the modern face of classic style.
Hotel/Home: The New Design Connection
Join Vince Stroop of Stonehill Taylor, Stephen Brockman and design expert Ilene Shaw in “The New Design Connection”. As hotel design throughout the world becomes more sophisticated, homeowners are looking to incorporate many of those style elements into their personal spaces. At the same time, hotel designers are being asked to create rooms that reflect idealized homelike environments. A discussion moderated by design expert Ilene Shaw explores how the two sensibilities are merging.
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