It’s over and it was great! AD Show 2018 leaves a nostalgic feeling in the air for all that visited Piers 92&94 between 22nd and 25th of March, and a sad one on those who weren’t able to make it. For this reason, as your main source on all things New York, we couldn’t let you miss on all the highlights out of the best North American trade show.
AD Design Show 2018 brought out all its best cards at Piers 92&94 and this 17th edition put the busiest city in the world to a stop. Some of the world’s most influential brands and interior designers converge in New York City to discuss all things regarding design.
Architectural Digest Design Show has been a New York landmark for nearly 17 years, bringing people together from all over the world to showcase trends, ideas, and interior design tips that want to create an impact in the industry’s future.
Spring was a recurring theme throughout the trade show and New York City provided the stage for the home renovation we desperately want to do. All of this was celebrated at the 17th edition of Architectural Digest Design Show 2018, also known as AD Design Show 2018.
Covet House‘s 601 booth had one of the stars of this trade show – BRABBU’s own ESSEX | ARMCHAIR and welcomed a lot of visitors who were enchanted by the design of this modern piece.
Essential Home’s dining chairs also received great reviews from visitors at Piers 92&94 and Pullcast’s wall exhibition was a showstopper by its own merit. DelightFULL’s Sinatra was another piece that turned Covet House’s booth into the place to be at.
Here are a few other highlights for each day:
Thursday, March 22, 3:30-4:30 pm – “THE AD100 EFFECT”: an annual compilation of Architectural Digest’s picks for the most innovative and important designers working today.
Friday, March 23, 1:30-2:30 pm – “Daring Design Details: Bold Colors, Patterns, and Finishes” by interior designers Joe Nahem, Jason Oliver Nixon, and John Loecke.
Saturday, March 24, 11:30-12:30 pm– “Through the Lens of Fashion, Travel, and Design”: with Jeffrey Bilhuber and Douglas Friedman.
Sunday, March 25, 1:30-2:30 pm –“The Remodel: Designing for the Modern Entertainer” with designers and entertainers (John Mcllwee and Ray Booth, between others).
AD Show might be over and done with but New York Design Agenda will keep on updating you on all things New York and all things interior design.
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