ELLE DECOR Editor in Chief Michael Boodro announced today the 10 A-List "Designers to Watch” who will participate in the Modern Life Concept House, opening May 17, 2011 at +aRT in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood.
Study by Sara Story
“The ten emerging young design stars are a perfect complement to the contemporary brands with which they are paired,” said Boodro. “Together, these teams will realize ELLE DECOR’s vision for its ‘house of tomorrow.’”
The list includes (from top left): Katie Lydon for Bosch, Beth Martin for Calligaris, Grant K. Gibson, Jesse Carrier of Carrier and Company, designing on behalf of Room & Board, Marie Turner of M. Elle Design for LEMA, Oliver M. Furth for USM Modular Furniture, Rafael de Cardenás of Architecture At Large who will be designing on behalf of Extremis, Aurelien Gallet for Flou, Sara Story or The New Traditionalists, Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe of Nickey Kehoe for Restoration Hardware.
The Modern Life Concept House will be open to the public May 20, 21, and 22; May 27, 28, 29, and 30; and June 3, 4, and 5 from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Admission is $30.
Visit facebook.com/elledecorshowhouse for regular updates and for more information on the show house, to purchase tickets, and to shop the featured products.
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