After more than four decades as the preeminent showhouse in New York, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House launched in Palm Beach in 2018. This fall, it will debut in Texas, to coincide with Dallas Design Week.
In its new “Material Manifesto” published in anticipation of the fair’s 50th edition next week, Heimtextil has doubled down on its effort to make sustainability top of mind in an industry that’s notable for its global impact on the environment.
With Market quickly approaching, do you have a plan? We break down what to look forward to in High Point this weekend—from product by some of design’s biggest names to can’t-miss events and plenty of new showrooms.
On the eve of the Affordable Art Fair’s fall opening in New York, director Vanessa Seis reflects on the fair’s mission of accessibility, its recent launch of an online marketplace throughout Europe, and its new offerings for the trade.
NYDC’s “Designing in the Digital Age” panel, part of the 11th-annual What’s New What’s Next showcase, will tap designers Peti Lau and Daniel Richards, plus restaurateur Michael Chernow, to talk about the challenges and benefits of digital resources.
The 17th edition of the London Design Festival will include a curiosity-themed event hosted by urban transformation collective PlaceLabs. The designers and brand strategists behind the event weigh in on why curiosity is integral to the design process.