The streets of New York City will be full of design again between 21th and 24th March. One in specific: Pier 94, 55th Street at Twelfth Avenue, where Architectural Digest Show takes place during these vibrating days. To know the best lighting exposers is to prepare yourself to a brand new light adventure.
Andrea Claire Studio, Booth TBD
To have something hand-made, slowly, carefully, and thoughtfully is an important counterpoint to our generally frantic contemporary culture: that’s Andrea Claire’s thought, a designer dedicated to nature and pet lover.
LIGHT’S UP! Booth TBD
LIGHTS UP! has been designing and producing stylish and functional lighting in downtown industrial Broolykn, NY since 1987. From our early use of antique lighting parts, mixed metals, custom cold water finishes to our custom prints on 100% P.E.T. fabrics we have always felt responsible for our shared planet and our precious resources.
Palo Samko, Booth TBD
Contemporary custom made furniture that speaks for itself. Rosewood fronts, High-gloss lacquer frame, Hand-casted bronze legs, Ebony pulls
Work and Design, booth TBD
Simply put, Work and Design are the principal elements, which define the approach to create a unique form. It begins with a certain concept in mind, but it is through the physical process of doing the work , while letting the piece grow and take its own form, that the piece arises.
Diana suspension lamp is a fresh colorful swing arm fixture, ideal to suit in an office place or a groovy bar. This versatile light is either functional by adjusting its extendable arm into different positions.
A groovy and funky twist lamp in New York.
Duke suspension lamp is a 70’s groovy suspension fixture ideal to suit in a contemporary living room. Put Sinatra on, get a Martini and you’re ready to enjoy the moment!
Brubeck lamp is an instant classic sculptural design. An extravagant shape full of refinement and modernity. 100% handmade in brass tubes it’s possible to create any shape! One of the greatest lighting attraction of the AD Design Show.