Sep 24, 2019 | Atlanta |
Discover ADAC
Discover ADAC

Discover ADAC returned with nearly 30 events, including keynote presentations, salon-style talks, product launches, book signings, cocktail parties and pop-up shops. Once a year, this fall design event connects a national audience of design authorities, allied professionals, and members of the media to explore new perspectives and the future of the creative world.

“This year’s Discover ADAC was a tremendous success,” said general manager Katie Miner. “From book signings, cocktail sip-and-strolls, and captivating conversations with beloved tastemakers including Timothy Corrigan, Madeline Stuart, Jean Stoffer, Matthew Quinn and many more, we welcomed well over a thousand designers as well as design enthusiasts to the Center for three days of unlocking potential and creating a vision and style that is authentic.”

Images by Ben Rose Photography.

EVENT GALLERY
A ribbon cutting at the opening party for  Englishman’s Fine Furnishings
A ribbon cutting at the opening party for Englishman’s Fine Furnishings
A ribbon cutting at the opening party for Englishman’s Fine Furnishings
Interior designer Jason Mitchell, floral designer Canaan Marshall, ADAC general manager Katie Miner, designer Kody Berry and interior designer Michel Smith Boyd at Showroom 58 during Discover ADAC.
Interior designer Jason Mitchell, floral designer Canaan Marshall, ADAC general manager Katie Miner, designer Kody Berry and interior designer Michel Smith Boyd at Showroom 58 during Discover ADAC.
Interior designer Jason Mitchell, floral designer Canaan Marshall, ADAC general manager Katie Miner, designer Kody Berry and interior designer Michel Smith Boyd at Showroom 58 during Discover ADAC.
Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design signed copies of their book ‘Natural Elegance’ in the Century showroom.
Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design signed copies of their book ‘Natural Elegance’ in the Century showroom.
Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design signed copies of their book ‘Natural Elegance’ in the Century showroom.
The team from UpCountry Home celebrated the opening of their new showroom location with industry friends and representatives from some of their top brands.
The team from UpCountry Home celebrated the opening of their new showroom location with industry friends and representatives from some of their top brands.
The team from UpCountry Home celebrated the opening of their new showroom location with industry friends and representatives from some of their top brands.
Floral designer Felix Hernandez and interior designer Ron Jones elevate the fashion game at a Tour de Fourth party.
Floral designer Felix Hernandez and interior designer Ron Jones elevate the fashion game at a Tour de Fourth party.
Floral designer Felix Hernandez and interior designer Ron Jones elevate the fashion game at a Tour de Fourth party.
It’s a full house for the ‘Keep It Chic’ panel featuring moderator Pamela Jaccarino of Luxe Interiors + Design and design duos Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design and Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier and Company.
It’s a full house for the ‘Keep It Chic’ panel featuring moderator Pamela Jaccarino of Luxe Interiors + Design and design duos Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design and Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier and Company.
It’s a full house for the ‘Keep It Chic’ panel featuring moderator Pamela Jaccarino of Luxe Interiors + Design and design duos Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design and Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier and Company.
Moattar’s Andrea Moattar (second from left) and Garden & Gun style director Haskell Harris (center) co-moderated a discussion about ‘Southern Women and Signature Style’ with interior designers (from left) Betsy Berry, Fran Keenan and Phoebe Howard.
Moattar’s Andrea Moattar (second from left) and Garden & Gun style director Haskell Harris (center) co-moderated a discussion about ‘Southern Women and Signature Style’ with interior designers (from left) Betsy Berry, Fran Keenan and Phoebe Howard.
Moattar’s Andrea Moattar (second from left) and Garden & Gun style director Haskell Harris (center) co-moderated a discussion about ‘Southern Women and Signature Style’ with interior designers (from left) Betsy Berry, Fran Keenan and Phoebe Howard.
Kravet hosted a panel on ‘Hospitality at Home: The Inviting House,’ moderated by Kaitlin Petersen of BOH (front). The panelists included interior designer Susan B. Bozeman (left), architect Norman Askins (second from left) and author Susan Sully (right).
Kravet hosted a panel on ‘Hospitality at Home: The Inviting House,’ moderated by Kaitlin Petersen of BOH (front). The panelists included interior designer Susan B. Bozeman (left), architect Norman Askins (second from left) and author Susan Sully (right).
Kravet hosted a panel on ‘Hospitality at Home: The Inviting House,’ moderated by Kaitlin Petersen of BOH (front). The panelists included interior designer Susan B. Bozeman (left), architect Norman Askins (second from left) and author Susan Sully (right).
ADAC general manager Katie Miner (right) welcomed (back row, from left) Miry Park of Cowtan & Tout and Ellen McGauley of Veranda as they hosted the ‘Modern English’ panel featuring Stewart Manger (top, middle), Beata Heuman (bottom left) and Aldous Bertram (bottom right).
ADAC general manager Katie Miner (right) welcomed (back row, from left) Miry Park of Cowtan & Tout and Ellen McGauley of Veranda as they hosted the ‘Modern English’ panel featuring Stewart Manger (top, middle), Beata Heuman (bottom left) and Aldous Bertram (bottom right).
ADAC general manager Katie Miner (right) welcomed (back row, from left) Miry Park of Cowtan & Tout and Ellen McGauley of Veranda as they hosted the ‘Modern English’ panel featuring Stewart Manger (top, middle), Beata Heuman (bottom left) and Aldous Bertram (bottom right).
Interior designer Tish Mills Kirk and her husband, architect Scott Kirk, launched a collaborative vignette with Renaissance Tile & Bath and Peacock Alley.
Interior designer Tish Mills Kirk and her husband, architect Scott Kirk, launched a collaborative vignette with Renaissance Tile & Bath and Peacock Alley.
Interior designer Tish Mills Kirk and her husband, architect Scott Kirk, launched a collaborative vignette with Renaissance Tile & Bath and Peacock Alley.