The design year starts always with an intense journey, open with Maison&Object Paris and now it’s time to moved on to the next design event, AD Show 2017, in the US! First of all, any design lover knows or should know about Architectural Digest, one of the greatest online sources of design news in the world and responsible for this unique experience.
Architectural Digest Design Show is taking place in New York City from March 16th to 19th opening doors to one of the greatest interior design meetings. A design event where artists and creators whether from local or international studios come together to demonstrate the best of original art, fine furniture, sculpture and lighting and make it available for purchase and special orders.
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This year’s edition of Ad Show will be a 4-day experience with incredible trade seminars and 400 exhibitions from the world’s top interior designers and industry professionals. Expect guests such as Rafael de Cardenas and Leura Fine and the outstanding work of David Gaynor Design,Boca do Lobo, Brabbu, DelightFull ,Morgan Clayhall and much more incredible guests.
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Entrance to the Architectural Digest Home Design Show – New York, NY – Mar 19, 2011
AD Show 2017 opens doors at Piers 92&94 located in the 55th Street at 12th Avenue and the usual schedule is from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM except on the last day, Sunday, March 19th that closes a little bit earlier – 5:00 PM. To attend the show you need to purchase the tickets, they cost around 40$ at the door, and children under 12 are free of charges.
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Don’t miss the opportunity to see the world’sleading designers come together in a curated presentation of design, offering inspiration and the most exclusive collections of furniture, accessories, lighting and anything you can imagine. Besides, the show offers thousands of products to source and shop—both from independent makers and established manufacturers.