AD Design Show Sets The Interior Design Trends Since 2001 – With more than 400 luxury brands, every year the AD Design show introduces the best interior design trends to approximately 40 00 design aficionados through the worldwide leading interior design brands. The famous interior design event organized by the incredible Architectural Digest Magazine is one of the top leading events in New York City and the Luxury Bathrooms team is going to tell you all about it!
Architectural Digest Inspiration Source
Just like many renowned interior designers, the incredible Architectural Digest magazine searches for inspiration in the country’s design icons that marked the country’s interior design industry… These three design icons are the most influential masters of interior design industry of the 20th and 21st century, and their names should be known by everyone who is in love with this beautiful art.
Wendell Castle is an American furniture designer and sculpture was an important figure in the countries design history. Recognized for his elegant and whimsical works, the furniture designer creations were made in bold color palettes and unique materials, including wood, fiberglass, and plastic. Born in 1956, Castle studied at the University of Kansas, earning his BFA in industrial design in 1958 and his MFA in sculpture in 1961.
Elsie de Wolfe was born in NYC in 1865 and was known as “America’s first decorator”. Even at a young age, de Wolfe had decisive ideas about design, and she resolved to make it her life’s mission to surround herself with inspiring interiors. It was after her famous decoration project of the Colony Club (the city’s first elite social club exclusive for women), the interior designer became the most popular decorator of her time!
Sister Parish was an interior designer from 1960 was famous for her bold interior design projects where she seamlessly married together design elements (chintz, hooked rugs, quilted textures, and overstuffed armchairs) with her creative painted floors. She was the first practitioner brought in to decorate the Yellow Oval Room of the White House, a position soon occupied by French interior decorator Stéphane Boudin.
The New York City Design Event
Created in 2001, the famous AD Design Show is one of the top leading events that set the ultimate interior design trends for the rest of the year! Produced by The MART and co-located with DIFFA’S DINING BY DESIGN, the interior design event is divided into eight inspirational sections: Furnish, Made, Refresh, shops, Dine, Lounges, Diffa’s Dining by Design NY and (of course) the Architectural Digest zone.
The Refresh area features collections of kitchen decor, bathroom design, luxury appliances from the most famous American brands like True Residential, Smeg, JennAir, Fisher & Paykel, Cocif, and Graff. Other sections, like the Shops and ‘At Home with AD’ spaces, offers to the event’s visitors the chance to discover the latest news from design brands (like Assouline, American Design Club, and Morihata), or to relax in a chic lounge behind Refresh.
With more than 400 luxury brands, the AD Design Show is a wide-ranching event that offers a world of solutions and creative ideas to its visitors! In here the world’s leading brands and the top interior design experts come together to create a curated design exhibition where you can find everything from unique furnishings, bespoke accessories and incredible lighting designs, to the top bath, kitchen and building projects from independent makers and established manufacturers.
“There are a lot of big brands that you’d expect here, but it’s kind of amazing how many smaller brands you can discover. It’s a free look as an architect at what’s going on in the world of design and what’s emerging right now”
( David Rockwell, founder & President of the Rockwell Group)
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