The newly renamed Architectural Digest Design Show (formerly known as the Architectural Digest Home Design Show) is coming back to New York’s Piers 92 and 94, from March 17 to 20. It will showcase furniture, accessories, art, kitchen and bath products, carpet, stone and tile, and lighting from more than 400 brands and over 117 new exhibitors—including 69 emerging talents in the show’s MADE section. Categories span residential, commercial and hospitality.
“It is important that our name reflects the breadth of categories and brands represented at the show, and our broad reach. We hear countless success stories from exhibitors who have had their products selected straight from our aisles for the most prestigious projects—from celebrity homes to the windows of luxury fashion flagships to interior design and architecture that graces the covers of magazines and retail catalogues,” says Jeff Petersen, director of exhibitor sales.
From left: chairs by exhibitors De La Espada and Kim Markel
“More and more we are seeing residential design ideas and products being incorporated into high-end hospitality and retail projects, while residential design is being influenced by contract and hospitality trends,” says Susan McCullough, senior vice president, Vornado/The Mart. “The AD Design Show is the place where this all comes together, offering luxury without limits.”