The 2017 Architectural Design Design Show and DIFFA's Dining by Design Show will take place March 16-19, 2017, Piers 92 and 94, New York City.
Over four hundred exhibitors will be featured at the AD Show, including individual artisans, international manufacturers of fine, innovative kitchen appliances, with culinary demonstrations and refined design elements including hardware, tabletop, flooring, bath fixtures, bedding, furniture, accessories, lighting , cabinetry, carpets, metalwork and more. Artists products featured include glasswork, custom woodworking, paintings, sculptures, textiles, photography, other decorative accessories and handmade chocolates.
Exhibitor's list below.
Panels on design will be held throughout the four days. Here are details for some of the intriguing panels and participants.
KEYNOTE SUPERSTAR DESIGN: A CONVERSATION WITH AMY
ASTLEY AND MARTYN LAWRENCE BULLARD
, Thursday, March 16th, 4-5 P.M.
Join Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Amy Astley and Los Angeles based
interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard for an intimate look at the
dynamics of creating homes for some of the world’s most high-profile
celebrities, including Tommy Hilfiger, Cher, Ellen Pompeo, and Khloé and
Kourtney Kardashian. Topics include building your brand, licensing
products, the power of the press, and the art of cultivating interiors with maximum drama.
TELLING STORIES WITH DESIGN
, Friday, March 17th, 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
David Rockwell and Sandra de Ovando both transform environments.
Their work first intersected at Rockwell Group’s design for
New York’s Vandal restaurant when they discovered what they
shared in common: a passion to create immersive environments
lasting for hours or decades. In conversation, they will discuss
how they approach design in hospitality, how powerful ephemeral
moments can be, and how collaboration is critical to achieving
the very best in design.
Featuring David Rockwell and Sandra de Ovando. Moderated by Maxwell Ryan, CEO and founder of Apartment Therapy.
PRESERVING THE SOUL OF A HOME: HISTORIC PLACES AND
, Friday, March 17th, 1:30-2:30 P.M.
A discussion on the synergy and collaboration between residential
and landscape design that honors history, tradition, and structure
as evident in the renovations and modernizations of the Cedric
Gibbons/Dolores Del Rio house in L.A., a 1940s Miami bungalow
renovation, and Maycroft, the 1885 Aldrich family estate in Sag
Harbor, New York.
Featuring landscape architect Edmund Hollander and designers Frank de Biasi and
Madeline Stuart. Moderated by Sandy Keenan, Director of Special Projects at Consumer Reports
HOME SUITE HOME,
Friday, March 17th, 3:30-4:30 P.M.
The aesthetics of hotel guest rooms are increasingly taking cues
from residential spaces in an effort to elevate design and vice
versa. From smart layout decisions to color choices to the right
mix of furniture and fixtures, a fine balance is needed to create
something extraordinary. Hear from a group of design visionaries
who will delve into the secrets of how to make your bedroom feel
like a five-star hotel.
Featuring Matthew Berman of Workshop/APD, Stacy Garcia of Stacy Garcia, Inc., Jesse
MacDougall of ICRAVE, and Michael Suomi of Stonehill & Taylor. Moderated by Stacy
Shoemaker Rauen, Editor in Chief of Hospitality Design magazine
THE CHIC LIFE
, Saturday, March 18th, 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
Tastemakers discuss individuality, personal style, and the undeniable
intersection between fashion and home today.
Featuring Tim Gunn of “Project Runway,” HGTV’s Genevieve Gorder,
and Los Angeles-based interior designer Mary McDonald. Moderated
by Jane Keltner de Valle, Style Director at Architectural Digest
ABOVE AND BEYOND: DESIGNING FOR CREATIVES
, Saturday, March 18th, 1:30-2:30 P.M.
The partners of McAlpine use architecture and design to shape private
sanctuaries that inspire creativity. Specializing in highly personalized
interiors for clients like Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, they will reveal the
soulful spaces, romantic bedrooms, extraordinary guest quarters, party
barns, and more that endow each retreat with individuality, intimacy, and
Featuring McAlpine partners Bobby McAlpine, Susan Ferrier, Greg Tankersley, and Ray Booth. Moderated by book consultant Jill Cohen
HIGH-DESIGN ENTERTAINING AND THE PERFECT PARTY
, Saturday, March 18th, 3:30-4:30 P.M.
Trade secrets and essentials behind the art of entertaining
and high design are revealed.
Featuring Ken Fulk, designer and creative director for the tech sector’s elite and the
author of Mr. Ken Fulk’s Magical World ; Lela Rose, fashion designer and author of Prêt-
à-Party ; and Laura Dowling, Chief Floral Designer for the Obama White House
and author of Floral Diplomacy at the White House. Moderated by Athena Calderone,
renowned lifestyle expert, author of Cook Beautiful and creator of EyeSwoon
RENOVATION ROAD MAP: HOW TO GET STARTED
, Sunday, March 19th, 11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
Learn what you need to know to define your project scope, set your budget,
and navigate the gritty details of renovating small or palatial spaces. The
conversation will focus on the nuts and bolts of a stress-free renovation.
Featuring licensed contractors Stephen Fanuka of “Million Dollar Contractor” and DIY
network star Jason Cameron. Moderated by Jean Brownhill, Founder and CEO of
renovation matchmaker Sweeten
SPIRITUALITY IN DESIGN
, Sunday, March 19th, 1:30-2:30 P.M.
Designer Vicente Wolf’s book The Four Elements of Design: Interiors
Inspired by Earth, Water, Air and Fire is the springboard for this discussion
on how to create spiritually positive interiors and find beneficial ways to
utilize all aspects of design—architecture, landscaping, interiors, and urban
development—to achieve a higher level.
Featuring Vicente Wolf and Katie Scott, interior designer and author of Let It Be.
Moderated by Linda O’Keeffe, design writer and co-author of The Four Elements of
Design: Interiors Inspired by Earth, Water, Air and Fire
BOOK SIGNINGS IN THE AD APARTMENT
, Sunday, March 19th, 2:30 P.M.
Immediately following the Spirituality in Design seminar, join us in the AD
Apartment as Vicente Wolf signs his book The Four Elements of Design:
Interiors Inspired by Earth, Water, Air and Fire, and Katie Scott signs her book Let It Be.
DIFFA'S 20th Anniversary of Dining by Design NY
Your AD Design Show admission ticket gives you full access to DIFFA's 20th Annual
DINNING BY DESIGN NY. Using the venue as a blank canvas, nearly 50
of the country's top designers create dining environments in an
extraordinary and eclectic blast of creativity—all in support of DIFFA's work to fight
“Outside of the show, you could never see that many dealers in one day. It’s a great way to see products in real life on the floor.”
—Mario Buatta, Interior Designer
Complimentary admission for design trade who preregister online (two forms of professional credentials required). Design trade tickets are $40 at the door. Consumer VIP tickets are available to consumers and include exclusive access to Trade Day, Thursday, March 16th. General admission tickets allow for re-entry on all four days. No cash accepted on site.
All tickets include free admission to DIFFA's 20th Annual DINING BY DESIGN. Advance ticket purchase includes a one-year digital subscription to Architectural Digest. Limit one digital subscription or refund per household. Offer expires 07/31/2017.
Children under 12 are free.