New York City’s ninth-annual Holiday House will return on November 17, this year taking over new townhouses in SoHo’s 10 Sullivan development, designed by architects Cary Tamarkin and Montroy Andersen DeMarco. Holiday House SoHo, which benefits The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, will run through January 8, 2017.
Iris Dankner and Jared Seligman are the showhouse’s co-chairs, and Geoffrey Bradfield, Robert Couturier and Alexa Hampton are the design chairs. “With all of the Holiday House showhouses, our goal is to bring interior design to life in new and fresh ways,” says Dankner, who founded Holiday House. “After eight years of producing the event in the beautiful, historic Academy Mansion on the Upper East Side, we jumped at the chance to make a move to SoHo and do something with more of a ‘downtown’ vibe. This enables us to reach a new audience and grow our support base for the most important aspect of this event: raising money to fight breast cancer.”
Online antiques and design marketplace InCollect is the exclusive presenting sponsor for Holiday House SoHo. Other sponsors are listed online. The 20 participating designers will be announced soon—stay tuned!