AD Show is just around the corner and Deco New York couldn’t have something to say about it.
From independent designers to major brands, if you’re looking for major inspirations and eye-catching designs than piers 92 & 94 is the place to be from the 17th to the 20th of March.
Find below what we think are the most interesting featured areas this year at this great show.
The finest home furniture brands, designers, and dealers present their latest innovations for the home.
A wide range of exquisite offerings from around the world is presented, including contemporary and classic furniture, lighting, carpets, decorative accessories, textiles, art, and more.
The MADE section is the area of the show that celebrates independent design.
Through a selection process, emerging and established designers of furniture, art, and home accessories are chosen to participate in an inspiring gallery atmosphere to showcase their latest works.
Many of the featured works in MADE are available for immediate purchase at the show. Also customization capabilities for the creation of one of a kind pieces are offered.
REFRESH is New York’s chicest design destination, offering the largest collection of luxury and premium kitchen, bath, and building products in North America.
This exceedingly popular category is organized as a “show-within-a-show”, offering everything from international product debuts and remarkable innovations in technology to state-of-the-art design and the new must-have pieces for your home.
It is a source for inspiration and innovation as well as culinary demonstrations from the best chefs in the world.
OVANDO GARDEN CAFÉ +
Designing runways for the world’s leading fashion brands including Dior, Victoria Secret, Kate Spade and more, Ovando brings their creative expertise and the power of nature to the Ovando Garden Café. In collaboration with Brooklyn’s Flavor Paper, producing wallpaper by hand for leading designers and retailers, including Bergdorf Goodman, The Ovando Garden Café will be a paradise to eat the delectable offerings found in the Butterfield Market , New York City’s venerable upper East Side grocer.
LE PETIT CAFÉ
At Le Petit Café, near the Ercole Lounge, find Lady M, who returns with artisanal cakes and Japan’s famous Royce Chocolates; Butterfields Market’s coffees and teas; and the award-winning cooking school International Culinary Center teams up with its longtime Dean of Pastry Arts, Chef Jacques Torres, to offer sweet treats from Jacques Torres Chocolate and showcase students’ work from ICC’s professional program.
PARK 94 LOUNGE
Find Mile End and Black Seed Bagels, known for their modern delicatessen offerings and hand-rolled, wood-oven baked bagels.
Join Architectural Digest in their new space designed specifically for the show. Details haven’t been revealed yet, but we’re hoping for something good!
JENN-AIR MASTER CLASS STUDIO
The official show theater, the Jenn-Air Master Class Studio is the place on the show floor to hear panel discussions in partnership with Architectural Digest and seminars presented by The New York Times.
DIFFA’S DINING BY DESIGN
Each spring in New York, DIFFA’S DINING BY DESIGN debuts at the Architectural Digest Design Show in a spectacular display of cuisine, creativity, and glamour with one-of-a-kind dining environments that awe and inspire—all in support of DIFFA’s work to fight HIV/AIDS. Once again, DINING BY DESIGN will be located adjacent at Pier 92 and will be one of the largest displays in the country!