Running March 16 to 19, the Architectural Digest Design Show will host 400-plus brands at New York’s Piers 92 and 94.
Among this year’s highlights: the returning MADE section, devoted to handcrafted and limited-edition pieces; FURNISH, a growing group of exhibitors featuring contemporary and classic furniture, lighting, carpets and rugs, decorative accessories, textiles and art; REFRESH, with kitchen, bath, luxury appliances and premium building products; and SHOPS, with retail boutiques specializing in decor, gifts, tabletop accessories, objets d’art and other items.
Among the exhibitors are emerging designers J.M. Szymanski, Topher Gent, A Space, Christopher Kurtz, John Sheppard, Pelle, Patrick Weder Design, Fort Standard and Vetro Vero at MADE; Owen & Fred, Golden Door Artisanal Food + Skin Care, Konzuk, Christophe Pourny, Rikumo, Big Picture Farm and American Design Club at SHOPS; Bosch, Gaggenau, Thermador, Baldwin, Benjamin Moore, Dacor, Miele, Scavolini, Porcelanosa, Ronbow, Waterworks, Native Trails, Ammonitum and Cesar at REFRESH; and Ligne Roset, The New Traditionalists, Buster + Punch, Costantini, OrionHD, KOKET, Warp & Weft and IMAESTRI at FURNISH.
The show will host design talks, including the March 16 keynote with Architectural Digest editor in chief Amy Astley in conversation with Los Angeles-based designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard.