New York hosts Architectural Digest show
February 19, 2008,
Opening with an interior design trade and VIP consumer preview, the only consumer show of its kind in the nation will feature nearly 300 exhibitors in more than 110,000-square-feet of display space. The Architectural Digest Home Design Show also offers complimentary designer consultations, special exhibits and educational seminars led by industry leaders in the design world. Last year, the event attracted more than 23,000.
Produced by Merchandise Mart Properties, Inc. and co-sponsored by The New York Times, the Architectural Digest Home Design Show covers a broad range of home design categories from furniture to art and antiques, kitchen and bath products to flooring, wall coverings, lighting and more. The 2008 exhibitors include: California Closets, Christopher Peacock Cabinetry, George Smith, Henry Hall Designs, Hülsta/Rolfbenz Studio, Ligne Roset, Lincoln, Niedermaier, Roche Bobois, Stark, Tucker Robbins, Terlato Family Vineyards, Tufenkian, TurboChef and Viking.
AD 100 members Geoffrey Bradfield, Mario Buatta and Joanne de Guardiola will showcase their work in the AD Pavilion, a first-time centerpiece of the show. Another new gallery will feature one-of-a-kind pieces by renowned artists and contemporary furnishings and accessories, available for sale at the show. Admission details are available at www.archdigesthomeshow.com or by calling 800-677-6278.
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