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Join the New York Design Center to celebrate What's New and What's Next in ideas, design, materials, and products!
Below is the schedule of timed presentations for "What's New, What's Next", featuring exciting editor-driven panel discussions, engaging designer presentations and book signings.Download the Guide
A Visual Life. A conversation with Charlotte Moss, author and designer, and Newell Turner, Editor in Chief of House Beautiful: How do you create your own design archive? Collage–from scrapbooks to Pinterest.
Please join NYC&G (New York Cottages & Gardens) Editor in Chief Kendell Cronstrom and Baroness Sheri de Borchgrave for a tasting from New York. Mingle with the magazine's insiders to learn about the different wines of New York.
Visit Laserow Antiques to meet founder Karin Laserow and preview her book of Swedish antiques placed in modern settings. An inspirational tool for anyone interested in antiques and wanting to learn how to distinguish newly produced products from antiques as well as interested in learning how to price an antique and how to decorate with them. Laserow will teach you about the periods of Swedish furniture history such as Baroque, Rococo, Empire Gustavian and Jugend. Event sponsored by Visit Sweden.
Katie Ridder Rooms by Katie Ridder Book Signing. Pennoyer Newman, creators of distinctive garden pots cast from estate originals, hosts a book signing to celebrate interior designer Katie Ridder and her newly released book, Katie Ridder Rooms. Ridder's extraordinary palette of colors, her playful mix of antiques and modern pieces, her eye for unusual decorative accents have established her as a leading figure in the world of interior design. Her book is idea-saturated on every page and lets readers in on the secrets of her livable and remarkably stylish approach to design.
The New American Style. Three leading designers reveal how they incorporate global influences into their uniquely American decorating styles. Michael Boodro, Editor in Chief of Elle Decor, will be joined by designers Thom Filicia, Thomas Jayne, and Alex Papachristidis for this discussion.
Who knows more about Jonathan Adler than Simon Doonan? Iconic potter, designer, author, and personality Jonathan Adler is dedicated to bringing style, craft and joy to your life. This fall, Adler will debut a full collection of decorative home fabrics with Kravet. But is there more to Adler than what meets the eye? Simon Doonan, Barney’s Creative Director and Adler's devoted husband, will riff and reveal all about Jonathan's rise from clay spattered potter to design guru. Come armed with probing questions and prepare to get some good scoop. It's so much easier to dish about somebody when they're not around.
Join Anthony Cenname, Publisher of WSJ Magazine – The Wall Street Journal's glossy lifestyle magazine, and Sara Ruffin Costello for an afternoon at the McGuire showroom. Peruse products selected by Design & Decorating Editors and enjoy sips and sweets.
Black & White (And A Bit In Between) by Celerie Kemble Book Signing. For anyone looking to translate a love of black and white into unique home décor comes a gorgeously photographed celebration of the timeless scheme. Black & White (And A Bit In Between) by Celerie Kemble offers inspirational tips and tricks, glimpses into show stopping homes, and proof that a limited palette is anything but. Celerie Kemble shows readers the endless possibilities of black-and-white home décor. Visit Henredon and meet Kemble, one of today's hottest and most beloved young designers.
Join interiors Editorial Director Michael Wollaeger in introducing luxury lifestyle designer Jiun Ho. Ho is renowned for his sensuous interiors and his classic products which are a timeless fusion of East and West. Born into a Chinese Malasian family, Ho moved to America at 18 to pursue his dream of becoming an interior architect and designer. Balance and harmony are the hallmarks of Jiun Ho's design vision. Whether it's an interior for a world-class hotel or residence, a cutting edge retail space or a signature piece for his own collection, Ho's design exudes a quiet, timeless style and sense of place. Ho has traveled to almost 100 countries and melds his first-hand experiences with the art and design of these myriad cultures into his work. Please join Ho as he discusses how his passion for travel, great food, and diverse cultures has inspired his work.
Dazzling Design by Amanda Nisbet Book Signing. As one of today's most sought-after designers, Amanda Nisbet brings a fresh, energetic approach to the traditional sense of luxury. Color, texture, and form blend to create her trademark comfortable elegance. Her work has been repeatedly featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, and Traditional Home. With over 250 spectacular photographs of New York City apartments, country houses, and Hamptons beach homes, her new book, Dazzling Design, shows readers how to bring punch and color to classic rooms. Stop by the Tucker Robbins showroom and join Nisbet for an exclusive book signing.
Join Christine Soulier, Director of Decorative Hardware, for a presentation of the history of "La Serrurerie Francais" (French Decorative Locksmithing). Soulier will highlight projects done by Fontaine Paris, makers of fine decorative knobs, pulls, and handles for the kings, queens, and royalty of France from 18th century to present day. Examples included will be from the original construction of Versailles, the Louvre and the Palais Royale. Soulier will also highlight 20th century projects designed by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann as well as 21st century residential, hotel, and boutique projects for today's prominent interior designers and architects. Actual samples of antique and reproduction pieces of decorative hardware made by Fontaine will be available to view.
Meet the designer Tim Byrnes, founder and owner of Get Back Inc. Byrnes will speak about the concept of the Wall System, describing the creative process, and the changes and improvements that occurred while developing this product. The Dept 87 Wall System, the most versatile wall unit available, will be presented in various configurations. The unit possess adjustable options and accessories such as shelves, desk surfaces, cabinets, dresser drawers, clothing racks and a bar cabinet. It can also transform to a closet, entertainment system, storage center and more!
Architectural Digest moderates a panel of AD100 designers who explore the latest innovations in product design, with a focus on what's new this season. Tweet your favorite new product design using the hashtag #adwnwn and enter for a chance to win an item featured in the Most Wanted pages of AD's October issue. Don't forget to include @archdigest.
Please join Stéphane and Frouwkje Pagani of PaganiStudio for a presentation about their design philosophy and bespoke lighting fixtures created for clients worldwide, carried in the PROFILES showroom. This fall, the Pagani's are thrilled to introduce their new Estérel Pendant Installation. This delicate pendant is a harmonious ensemble of beveled rock crystal plates, creating a dynamic sculptural centerpiece. PaganiStudio prides itself in choosing luxurious, hand-worked materials where detailed craftsmanship is the standard for outstanding quality. All PaganiStudio lighting fixtures are handmade in New York.
Join Traditional Home Editor in Chief, Ann Maine, in welcoming three of the magazine's highly touted New Trad designers for a lively illustrated discussion with Senior Design Editor, Tori Mellott, on classic forms with new personality—and the highlights and impact of mixing modern and classic styles. Panelists include Nina Freudenberger, Christina Murphy, and Nick Olsen. After the panel, Traditional Home invites you to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres with a TRADITIONAL + MODERN twist and to view Lexington's new Aquarius collection.
When truly great design-minds come together, the result can be provocative, inspiring and occasionally zany. Join LUXE Interiors + Design's Editor-in-Chief, Pamela Jaccarino, for a rare sneak peek into a groundbreaking, collaborative design think-tank. Jaccarino's lively panel discussion with four DESIGNLUSH Modern Masters will uncover the inner workings behind these accomplished innovators, and reveal what's next in modern artisanal American design.
Join Smith & Watson to welcome Linda Holtzschue. Holtzschue will explore how colors can be used to create timeless elegance in a world of rapidly changing technology. Color is a visual language that evokes associations to time and place. Some color choices quickly become dated and trite; others retain their appeal.
Stephanie Odegard invites you to join Cindy Allen, editor in chief of Interior Design and the breakout designers featured in the September New York issue for a backseat, behind the scenes pass. Allen and her stellar crew will provide a revealing look at designing in the city, including dishy fun facts and only in New York stories, culminating in how it all makes it into the pages of Interior Design magazine. There will also be a special toast to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Odegard carpets.
Noted for surreal and provocative textiles and wallpapers, the design studio, Timorous Beasties, was founded in Glasgow in 1990 by Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons. The two designers have crossed the pond to introduce New York Toile, a new wallcovering. Simmons and McAuley will discuss their creative process for this inspired collection in the Ted Boerner showroom. Come and see how Timorous Beasties' toiles reflect the under-belly of urban social realism against a back drop of familiar landmark buildings.
Join Dara Caponigro, Editor in Chief of VERANDA, and special guest Thomas Pheasant to toast his newest collection for Baker. In this latest Baker collection, the Washington D.C. interior designer explores new expressions of the past using simplicity, bold silhouettes and clean finishes. View a special exhibition of select pieces from the collection juxtaposed alongside visual images of Pheasant's real world influences – and experience the intersection where timeless ideals of the past create the antiques of tomorrow.
The Bright Group and interiors present, "High Design; Made in America." Take part in the conversation with Bright Group designers Evan Lewis, Douglas Levine, and Stan Gottlieb and interiors Editorial Director Michael Wollaeger as they discuss furniture trends today, the relationship between contract and residential, successful showroom-designer partnerships, and how The Bright Group and its "Made in America" mantra stays ahead of the curve.
Cliff Young invites you to a spectacular demonstration of the power of light in design. Lighting, always fundamental in architecture and interior design, has taken new meaning in the era of LED, projection technology and interactive media. This new technology offers undreamt of possibilities, interiors that change with a switch and dynamic furniture moods. Enjoy a discussion on Great Design and the Magic of Light with interior designer Charles Pavarini III, LUTRON and interactive media company D'strict USA.
NEW YORK SPACES captures the unique attitude, diversity, and vitality of a region that knows how to blend beauty with comfort, tradition with imagination, and international style with local artistry. Please join NEW YORK SPACES Editor in Chief Jason Kontos in the Atelier showroom for a look at artistically inspired products and a sneak peek at the upcoming NEW YORK SPACES October "High Design" art-filled issue. While in Atelier, view the new Inori bookshelf, a system consisting of modular glass elements, showcasing modularity and versatility allowing it to be used as a bookcase, display case, storage unit, or TV unit.
Join Pamela Jaccarino, Editor-in-Chief of LUXE Interiors + Design, designers Suysel dePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell Foster from Tilton Fenwick, and special guests for a fun-fueled talk about the most personal space in the home–the bedroom. The panel will explore how to transform the boudoir into a stylish slumber-worthy space. Plus, discover Henredon's latest Scene Six collection featuring the show-stealing sleigh bed.
Crystal Gentilello, Founder & Editor in Chief, and Mandy Mortimer, Publisher of Rue Magazine invite you to celebrate their two-year anniversary at the Niermann Weeks showroom. Join us for hors d'oeurves and libations, meet members of the editorial team, and mingle with industry friends. Join the Niermann Weeks family and staff to see the newest introductions, as well as upcoming design directions and demonstrations of hard work techniques. Cocktail reception starts at 6pm with Anniversary toast at 8pm.
The showrooms below are introducing new product and hosting special programming throughout the duration of "What's New, What's Next." Stop by these showrooms anytime between 3:00 – 9:00pm.Download the Guide
Join In House Kitchen Bath Home for an ongoing discussion of the latest high gloss finishes and walnut cabinetry from Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry.
Join GRANGE for a dazzling open house celebrating new introductions of timeless, classically designed furniture, including the white hot Paris collection for indoors and out. Sip sparkling wines and nibble on sumptuous French fare, prepared right before your eyes on the new AGA Total Control Range Cooker, now available through GRANGE. Test drive a powerful, new design tool called My GRANGE, giving you the ability to customize and envision furniture like never before. Experience firsthand the versatility of finishes with a series of tableau—striking compositions featuring one console, four ways. Vote for your favorite and enter to win one of three fabulous French prizes: champagne from Veuve Clicquot, truffles from Francois Payard and a spa treatment from Caudalie. Winners will be announced at 8:30 pm.
Aqua Creations is proud to introduce the Mimosa Pendant by Ayala Serfaty with Sadeh Halbrecht. The design of the shade construction was inspired by neurons and while the shape is organic, it is contemporary and expresses subtleness and lightness. The shade is hand sculpted and highly customizable.
"Good design has no date" is Mary Helen Pratte's philosophy. Her interior and product designs are described as understated and timeless. The passion she has for design is exemplified in her ability to transform conventional materials into a classic. Stop by Calger Lighting to view Pratte's innovative new piece, the Ulna LED Swing Arm Wall Lamp, showcasing arms that swivel and rotate in a multitude of metal finishes.
View the new contemporary line of fabrics from Maxwell Fabrics. Over the past 55 years, Maxwell Fabrics has focused on creating a look of exceptional style and value for the designer and decorator. Come and see how the company continues to reinvent the fabric industry with their most modern line yet.
Introduce yourself to the new Good Design showroom and view a beautiful pair of table lamps by John Vesey, USA c. 1955. The unique lamps feature natural giant conch shells mounted in stainless steel bases. Gail Garlick of Good Design will be on hand to discuss the work of New York designer John Vesey.
Visit the recently opened Palumbo Anderssen showroom to view the Parzinger Originals® Limited Editions, an archived private collection of design commissions for the Ford, Rockefeller, and Mellon families along with custom designs created for prestigious corporate clients including the McGraw-Hill and the J. Walter Thompson companies, to name a few. Accompanied by Parzinger's original to-scale architectural drawings, this never-before-seen design collection will be available for a limited time. Each piece is signed and numbered. For 17 years Palumbo Anderssen has proudly continued the work of design great Tommi Parzinger. Guided by his vision of high design and superb craftsmanship, the collection delivers custom products of uncompromising quality.
Restoration Timber provides reclaimed wood with an unmatched beauty from sources like old barns, abandoned schools, mills and warehouses. Naturally weathered by a century or more of use, their woods are rich in grain, beautiful in color, and rock solid with age. Stop by and view the showroom's newest addition, the Trestle Table.
Sanford Hall introduces custom wool and silk patterns in both broadloom and area rugs. These beautiful residential carpets will add a soft warmth to any home.
Roller shade systems offer endless design possibilities for today's interiors. From systems that obscure the mounts to multi-shade, single roller installations, today's design professionals are afforded limitless color and design options. Visit Sun Décor Fabrics today to enliven your understanding of Roller Shades – they are not what your mother knew!
Drop by Weinberg Modern to view recent acquisitions of rare and exceptional mid-century designs. View one of a kind pieces, such as the only known example of a 1951 Ralph Rapson cocktail table.
Enter the Cliff Young furniture design competition, open to design students and design professionals! The winning furniture design will be engineered, manufactured and promoted by Cliff Young and displayed in the showroom for one year. The top five designs will be honored at an awards gala, promoted and featured online. The top student design will also be eligible for the first ever Cliff Young scholarship. Details and registration forms are available in the showroom during What's New, What's Next.
The 3000 sq ft. showroom is Giorgetti's first flagship location in North America and interprets the essence of the Italian furniture brand: quality of materials, attention to detail and identification of the products by particularly suggestive colors and effects. Displaying the most recent offerings in the Giorgetti Collection, the showroom serves to present a taste of Italian luxury in a loft-like setting. Stop by the Giorgetti showroom to see revolutionary ways of seating with the brilliance of the Mobius chair.
Following the success of the Bling Bling lighting series designer Alecia Wesner has created Bling Bang for the George Kovacs line. The collection shouts wow factor! Be dazzled by Wesner and view the new introductions of pendants, island lights, table lamps and sconces.
Looking for a piece that combines natural fibers with a sleek aesthetic? The Atlantic Collection Side Table features a top designed in a beautiful banana natural fiber inlay with modern stainless steel legs. Stop by Palecek to view the entire collection, which achieves its signature look by pairing exquisite natural materials with intricate skill of weaving to create countless design possibilities.
Take a tour with Tucker Robbins through his showroom and learn about the creation of an interdisciplinary space of collaborative work and exchange of ideas. Centered on sustainability, culture, and design, the dialogue between creators and thinkers will promote positive change in the face of pressing global issues. Robbins will also focus on cultures from all over the world, comparing the circle of life to the symbolism of a wheel: A Wheel of Life to Buddhists, a Medicine Wheel to Native Americans, a Mandala to Hindus.
Join Mark Moussa, CEO and Founder, as he guides you through the beautiful new Arteriors showroom. Hear his thoughts and be the first to see the newly expanded Mottega collection, featuring new glass and ceramic shapes and colors, as well as a comprehensive luxury replacement shade offering. Also preview an edited early release of the Fall October 2012 introductions of lighting, accessories, wall decor and furniture, including the Alden cocktail table as pictured.
Join Global Views as they introduce their exciting new full-sized Klismos Media Cabinet in sandblasted American Oak with antique brass accents. Global Views is a Dallas based purveyor of furniture, decorative accessories, and lighting that is entirely designed in-house and produced by craftsmen around the world.
Meet and greet Catherine Stewart, Director of Design for over 20 years for Hamilton Furniture & Textiles. Stewart will discuss her latest Lucite collections. When developing products, her thoughts are always on her design mantras of rhythm, repetition, and symmetry. Learn how she simplifies, reduces, and minimizes an element to make the products innovative and unique.
Kasthall is very proud to present a mutually inspiring partnership with Paola Navone who has created a collection of hand tufted and woven rugs that combines her highly individual design idiom with Kasthall's craftsmanship and exclusive natural materials. The deep shade of blue that has become Paola Navone's signature is combined with bold graphic design and motifs from cultures around the world.
Stop by Orrefors Kosta Boda to view the latest techniques and designs of glass blowing. The new Orrefors by Karim Collection is a whimsical interpretation of an echo wave brought to life in crystal. Witness how the design conveys reflective waves of glass traveling up the sides of the objects forming an echo wave of perfect rhythm and harmony.
In a constant search for innovative and cutting edge designs, PORCELANOSA is committed to providing coatings that offer special solutions for different projects. The ceramic coatings with metallic finishes by Venis are a clear example of this. Sea and Pearls are two of the exclusive ceramic designs of the company. Stop by the showroom to observe each product and the unique coatings with finishes that have a more distinguished air.
Sit on the plush sofas at Apropos and learn about Cancer Schmancer's mission to shift the nation's focus from searching for a cure to education, prevention, and early detection. Laurie Meadoff will be hosting a seminar on Trash Cancer. Join the organization in shedding light on a method that works to end mortality due to late stage diagnosis.
Paint on a hammered metallic effect and observe the liquid magically transform to a textured faux surface. Benjamin Moore is introducing the new MOLTEN METALLIC paint and you're invited to try it out for yourself. Visit the showroom to paint some fun objects... potent potables to drink... yummy bites to enjoy. Sonu Mathew, ASID, IIDA and Benjamin Moore's Senior Interior Designer, will be on hand to answer questions about this fun addition to the Studio Finishes collection.
Garrett is the leading supplier of premium Italian upholstery leather. Interior designers worldwide specify Garrett's products for corporate, hospitality and residential interiors. The leather is featured in corporate and private aircraft, yachts, motor coaches, automotive restoration and fine furniture. Visit Couture Showrooms to see how the interiors of a Ferrari come to mind in the new Garrett Leather Collection "Arri" line and view the new line "Mazzi," featured in Maserati.
Join designer Steven Yarbrough as he presents creative ways to incorporate an inventive new line of products never before seen in the New York Design Center. This pop-up shop of best-selling Studio A pieces will include accessories, lamps, furniture, and mirrors.
Korts & Knight's Lead Designer, Alexi Knight, will give a talk on their "Post European Kitchen" movement. "Over the last several years we have noticed that the kitchen industry is moving away from the flat slab doors and towards a more highly designed product. In recognition of this trend, we have coined the phrase, 'Post European Kitchens.' At Korts & Knight, Kitchens by Alexandra Knight, we are designing kitchens with more design elements, rather than less, dissolving the age-old 'traditional kitchen' and 'contemporary kitchen' trends. Our 'Post European Kitchen' movement brings high-style and high-fashion to our kitchen designs and to the world of kitchens." Stop by the showroom to discover more from Alexi Knight.
Join Milano Smart Living, specialists in the finest and most innovative multi-functional furniture, as the retailer debuts at The New York Design Center. All products reflect the philosophy that furniture can be multifunctional, high-design and high-quality. Be sure to become a fan of Milano's Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/milanosmartliving.
Roubini Rugs specializes in custom designer hand-knotted rugs and fine handcrafted Italian furniture. Since 1985, the family's rug company has been partnering with designers to create special collections. Visit Roubini to experience the latest collaboration with the new Roberto Cavalli Rug Collection, featuring some of the designer's signature exotic prints.
Please view the vibrant and exciting recent acquisition of 19th and early 20th Century scatter rugs. With 35 years of experience, Jerry Livian will provide professional information and advice on appraisal, cleaning and service for antique carpets.
Submit your product designs! Brueton is searching for new designs to be added to their ever growing collection, all made in the USA. Stop by the showroom to submit your product design for review and meet with award winning product designer Stanley Jay Friedman.
Frazier is known for pieces that express personality, individuality, beauty, and great craft. Offering furniture, lighting, and objects built to exacting standards, Frazier bypasses trends and fads in favor of timeless pieces. The Backstay Chaise, a fresh take on the classic modernist chaise in a blackened walnut, is just one example of their long-lasting aesthetic.
Interior Crafts invites you to celebrate the opening of the new showroom in suite 916. With timeless designs that have a graceful nod to the past, Interior Crafts still looks to the future with a fresh twist. The latest Walnut Collection embodies this attitude with graceful curves playing off angles and finishes in the most fashionable bronze colors. Interior Crafts is also pleased to represent the next amazing chapter of the William Switzer and Lucien Rollin Collections.
Meet the finber optic experts! Throughout the event, our fiber optic system designers will be on hand to demonstrate their advanced system, answer questions and review your projects.
Be prepared to view over 100 new items that have been added to the Louis J. Solomon collection. New styles include traditional and transitional pieces in the following categories: sofas, occasional upholstered chairs, upholstered beds, upholstered dining chairs, cocktail tables, end tables, accent tables, dining tables, iron furniture, mirrored furniture, consoles, motion furniture and night tables. Louis J. Solomon is also proud to announce that they are now carrying the Mr. & Mrs. Howard Collection.
Visit 1stdibs at NYDC located on the 10th floor of The New York Design Center, featuring over 60 galleries of fine antiques and 20th century vintage design from 1stdibs dealers around the globe. Travel the floor to view amazing new pieces brought in by each dealer specifically for What's New, What's Next. Large orange tags identify these extraordinary pieces; don't miss the chance to view these pieces first! While on the 10th floor view "The World of Gloria Vanderbilt: Collages, Dream Boxes, and Recent Painting" exhibition.
Stephanie Odegard invites you to celebrate her 25th year of creating not only her company but also advancing her vision of design interwoven with social and ecological objectives. On display are Odegard's new Textural Layers Collection rugs and bold Rosa floral rugs. Experience Odegard's nature inspired bronze tables from Devi and view the dazzling new Viya Home door handles and cocktail tables. All of the designs are made completely by hand using sustainable raw materials and human resources.
The Dreamology Collection is comprised of five patterns, available in broadloom and carpet tile, enhanced through an express collection of 24 colors. These dynamic designs provide both fluid movements and restrained curves to vigorous shapes, textural mazes and dimensional symmetry.
The New York Design Center is happy to welcome Christopher Guy to our stellar tenant roster. Set to open in early 2013, the Christopher Guy showroom will introduce the Mademoiselle Collection, which includes over 60 new designs. The pieces draw inspiration from a grand 1920's apartment owned by Mademoiselle who returns to Paris in Autumn 2012 to find her residence refurbished in her own distinct and elegant style. The collection also introduces the new Christopher Guy "Coco" wood finish, rich in dark brown hues. This finish will be seen on the majority of cabinets, chairs and tables in the exciting new collection.
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