Saturday, March 14, 2009

Architectural Digest Home Show - NYC

From the Architectural Digest Home Show website:

Admission is complimentary for members of the design trade with proper credentials. Please bring Business License OR Professional Membership Card (IIDA, ASID, AIA) AND Personalized Imprinted Business Card (with company and employee name), along with Photo I.D.

Please note that design students are treated as trade and receive free admission with valid design school I.D.
Event Dates: March 26th - 29th
You can register online also at

Highlights this year include:

Worldly Treasures
Discover an antiques and mid-century section with the largest offering yet of this category at the Show, including a special gallery of for-sale items, sponsored by, the most powerful online marketplace for vintage furnishings. (I have used many pieces from this fab vintage website in my school projects!)

George Nakashima Retrospective
Explore the works of George Nakashima with a career retrospective, curated by his daughter Mira. This exhibit, presented in part by Pratt Institute students, features several iconic pieces from his personal collection. (I have used many of his pieces in my student work over the year, so I am excited to see this exhibit.)

The Culinary Pavilion
Meet renowned chefs at cooking demos in this eco-friendly kitchen that blends classic style with a modern touch, by award-winning designer Robin Wilson.

and more

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