AD SHOW 2017: TOP 5 Furniture Pieces You Can’t Miss
DecoNY already had a peek and showed you the best brands exhibiting at AD SHOW 2017. But what will the be showing off? Take a quick look and stay up to date with the amazing interior design furniture pieces that will be seen at AD SHOW 2017. They will also be available for purchase.
AD Design Show is a 4-day experience to celebrate design. The design event takes place in NYC, at 55th Street at 12th Avenue, PIERS 92 & 94 and will be opening doors on the 16th of March from 10am to 6pm.
Amy is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. Outlined by the black of her hair and her round earring.
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Collins is an open back chair with sleek lines and subtle details. The glamorous glossy legs accented with polished brass tips give this piece its mid‐century modern touch.
Boca do Lobo
The mystic behind the name inspires Eden. This center table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire.
Mosques are majestic architectural works, places for pilgrimage and spiritual cult. Inspired by this, is MECCA side table, whose brass columns resemble the architectural heritage from the mosques, believing in this way that all piece sparkles from inside to outside.
Architectural Digest Design Show will be open until the 19th of March, so don’t miss a chance to hop on! You can purchase tickets at the AD Design Show website and also for children under the age of 12 there is no entrance fee.
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February 16, 2017 | Filed under EVENTS / and tagged with Ad design show, AD SHOW 2017, architectural digest, Architectural Digest Design Show 2017, BRABBU, design event, interior design furniture pieces, new york, Pier 94.