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Collective Design moves dates to align with Armory Show

show & tell | July 27, 2017
Collective Design will change its dates to March 9 to 11, 2018, in tandem with Armory Arts Week in New York. The collectible design and art fair traditionally takes place in May, with Frieze New York and NYCxDesign. Next year, it will also move locations, to Skylight Clarkson North. Work by... By Katy B. Olson

Flavor Paper, Fornasetti top list of innovative NY Now exhibitors

show & tell | July 26, 2017
Innovative Brooklyn-based wallcovering brand Flavor Paper will join a selection of decorative, tabletop and home furnishings brands new or returning to NY Now. Among them: Studio Orfeo Quagliata, Souda, Droog, Fornasetti Profumi, Blomus and others. Gold, Fool by exhibitor Flavor Paper ...

TRNK, online-only shop, develops first-ever home collection

show & tell | July 26, 2017
In its four years in business, TRNK, a cultivator for the urbane home, has expanded to virtually house nearly 50 carefully curated vendors. For the first time ever, the online stockist of contemporary homewares and design objects has launched an in-house, upholstered furniture collection designe... By Melissa Studach

Attendance break records at Dallas's major lighting show

show & tell | July 24, 2017
June's Lightovation – Dallas International Lighting Show hosted an 18 percent increase in lighting showrooms, over last year, and a 32 percent increase in the number of lighting showrooms that have never attended the June show prior. Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, sa...

LG's dishwasher-themed waterpark comes to New York

show & tell | July 24, 2017
LG’s new twist on the experience center lives up to the company's “Life’s Good” motto. Come August, the New Jersey-based home appliance brand will launch its new QuadWash dishwasher with a water park designed to replicate the dishwasher at Manhattan’s Summer Street festival. Each obstacle c... By Melissa Studach

Flower power: SF's art and antiques show embraces the summer of love

show & tell | July 21, 2017
Fifty years after San Francisco's Summer of Love, this year's San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show will celebrate a theme of "Flower Power: Floral Imagery in Art, Antiques & Design," with designer Suzanne Tucker as show chair. From left to right: bowl from Earle D. Vandekar of Kni...

Adrian Grenier comes to the D&D

show & tell | July 17, 2017
No DDB vignettes will be harmed by film crews in the process. The Entourage star is partnering with Jenn-Air on July 27 to celebrate HOT! 2017, an annual fundraiser benefitting PFLAG in its mission to unite families and allies with people of the LGBTQ community. Adrian Grenier “Having ...

Five makers to watch at San Francisco’s American Craft Show

show & tell | July 17, 2017
In honor of its 75th anniversary, the West Coast’s largest juried fine craft show is getting even larger, thanks to the introduction of four expanded showcases and more than 50 craft vendors. The American Craft Show, held at San Francisco's Fort Madison Center for Arts & Culture on August 4-... By Melissa Studach

Abstract designs take centerstage in exhibit at The Rug Company

show & tell | July 17, 2017
The Rug Company is exhibiting "The Art of Abstraction" in its showrooms throughout the summer, featuring new designs Nacre, and Terrazzo, as well as collections from Elie Saab, Rodarte, Adam Hunter and Kelly Wearstler. Marble, designed by Rodarte. Kate Judd, head of visual merchandisin...

The top finds from this year's Neocon

show & tell | July 17, 2017
Anyone over the age of 35 has, at some point, languished inside an ugly office. Thanks to start-up culture, intrepid millennial style and some innovative thinking, the modern workplace looks nothing like it did even a decade ago. This year’s edition of NeoCon, which took place at The Merchandise... By Arianne Nardo

Makers form lineup at NY NOW summer market

show & tell | June 23, 2017
In light of the industry’s growing demand for artisan goods, NY NOW has announced it will be expanding its Handmade Designer Maker section for its summer market from August 20 to 23 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. With more than 30 years of semiannual markets to its name, NY NOW contin... By Melissa Studach

Las Vegas Market partners with contemporary art fair

show & tell | June 22, 2017
Redwood Media Group is bringing Artexpo, the world’s largest fine art trade show, to Las Vegas Market starting next winter. The inaugural semiannual Artexpo Contemporary Las Vegas will showcase 100-plus exhibitors of fine art, sculpture, wall art, prints and more. It marks the first large-scale ...

BOLD Summit returns with designer Barclay Butera headlining

show & tell | June 16, 2017
Open to principal designers, the Business of Luxury Design (BOLD) Summit runs workshops and presentations on topics including PR, product lines, digital marketing strategy, building referral networks, and, as the organizers note, meeting 40 percent gross profit margin. It will be held September ...

1stdibs Gallery reveals RISD MFA textiles

show & tell | June 12, 2017
The 1stdibs Gallery at 200 Lex is casting a spotlight on the thesis work of five new MFA grads from the Rhode Island School of Design’s Textiles program, alongside first-year process and development work by six students beginning their second year of the program this coming fall. MFA gradua... By Katy B. Olson

Summer textile camp launches in Italy next month

show & tell | June 12, 2017
Lottozero, the Italian textile laboratory founded in 2012, will host Textile Summer Camp, a five-day intensive immersion in Italy’s Prato textile district. The “camp,” which starts July 3, is produced in collaboration with the Textile Museum of Prato (Museo del Tessuto) for the Textile Clothing ...

Top 5 not-to-miss events at San Francisco Design Week

show & tell | June 9, 2017
San Francisco Design Week, the West Coast’s largest design festival, begins on June 14. From tech to interiors, the show features some 200 panels and exhibits covering more than 30 design disciplines across various Bay Area locales. Here are five events interior designers should keep on their ra... By By Melissa Studach

Euro craft fair arrives in Brooklyn, with textile, glass workshops

show & tell | June 2, 2017
Keeping craftmanship alive is the focus of Craft in Focus, a three-day fair coming to Brooklyn with a full schedule of lectures and workshops on topics and techniques including leaded glass panel creation, marbling, textile pleating, woodworking, Delft earthenware and more. The fair, founded in ... By Taylor Barker

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonia and other projects are focus of AIANY summer program

show & tell | June 1, 2017
The Center for Architecture in New York City is kicking off its summer programming with an exhibit titled “Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonia,” opening June 22 and closing on August 26. Other new exhibits include “5x5 Participatory Provocations” (July 11 to September 9); and “This Futu... By Taylor Barker

Design Miami/Basel returns with fashion's Thom Browne at the helm

show & tell | June 1, 2017
Thom Browne has been selected as the first fashion designer to curate the “Design at Large” installation during Design Miami/Basel. The installation, now in its fourth year, will showcase important desks from the last 100 years in a grid, including designs from Jean Prouvé and Ron Arad, and the ... By Taylor Barker

First-ever Digital by Design Day focuses on tech useful to designers, in Chicago

show & tell | May 25, 2017
On May 31, Chicago’s Design Center at the Merchandise Mart is debuting Digital by Design, a day of programming that was developed in response to designer interest in all things digital. The event will also introduce a rebranding for DESIGNHQ, the 14th-floor lounge formerly known as Lounge1447, o...

MoMA unveils 450-plus-work Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition

show & tell | May 24, 2017
On view from June 12 to October 1, a major exhibit at the Museum of modern art will mark the 150th anniversary of Wright’s birth with some 450 works created between the 1890s through 1950s. Up front: architectural drawings, models, building fragments, films, television broadcasts, print media, f...

Jeremiah Goodman retrospective launches at Dessin Fournir Gallery in Los Angeles

show & tell | May 23, 2017
A new exhibit at Dessin Fournir Gallery in Los Angeles, on view now through June 9, features 55 original Jeremiah Goodman gouache paintings depicting interiors, including those in the homes of photographer Bruce Weber, fashion designer James Galanos, actress Mary Martin, Nancy Reagan and the Duc...

Ralph Pucci debuts Pierre Paulin and Xavier Lust show during ICFF

show & tell | May 18, 2017
During ICFF, Gallery Nine at Ralph Pucci featured a Pierre Paulin furniture exhibit, produced in tandem with the late French designer’s son Benjamin Paulin and Benjamin’s wife, Alice Lemoine. The exhibit spotlighted 14 pieces from the archives that have never been seen by the public, including c...

ASID educational programs to unfold at ICFF

show & tell | May 18, 2017
From promotion to publishing to collecting, ASID’s lineup of extensive educational programming at ICFF kicks off this weekend. Get a glimpse of the schedule, and discover which thought leaders are participating in this year’s program.  ASID's educational program comes to ICFF over May 21 to...

Maison Gerard debuts Marino di Teana show in Michael Bruno's backyard

show & tell | May 18, 2017
In an upcoming exhibit from Maison Gerard, sculptural work from Marino di Teana will be on display in the gardens of the historic Grosvenor Atterbury Mansion in Southampton, New York, which is owned by 1stdibs and Art Design Carta founder Michael Bruno. The pieces, made of stainless and Corten s...

Designer-in-residence program tackles technology and craft

show & tell | May 17, 2017
Brooklyn design space A/D/O is debuting its first designer-in-residence show: “Stephen Burks Man Made,” an exhibition of projects delving into the relationship between technology and craft.  'Irregular Weaving,' by Stephen Burks for Dedon The exhibit will spotlight the work that has ta...

West Coast design show to run at ICFF

show & tell | May 16, 2017
“Make Use,” a collection of home objects culled from West Coast–based studios, is an exhibit that “celebrate[s] the marriage of materiality and process, craft and purpose, form and function.” Among the exhibited objects: utilitarian brushes by Pigeon Toe Ceramics, planets by Fireroad, and a book...

Augmented reality art installation debuts at Venice Biennale

show & tell | May 15, 2017
"Ascension," presented by neo-conceptual artist Richard Humann, consists of 12 imaginary constellations located in the sky over the city of Venice. Viewable using the augmented reality app Membit, the installation is a reflection of a new constellation system, superimposed over the world's exist...

Chairish Blogger Breakfast at Legends hosts Nate Berkus, others

show & tell | May 15, 2017
The well-loved Blogger Breakfast at LEGENDS, hosted this iteration by Chairish and held at Hollyhock, played Chairish’s Love It or Hate It game, asking designers and other design-world influencers to rate current trends. Participants expressed their love or hate via paddles; and, depending on th...

Chair exhibit at 200 Lex asks, ‘Where Do You Sit in Life?’

show & tell | May 15, 2017
Artist Rochelle Udell’s latest exhibit, “Where Do You Sit in Life?” opened with a May 4 celebration at the 1stdibs Gallery at 200 Lex. Udell, whose previous career spanned publishing, beauty and fashion, discusses what significance the ordinary chair actually holds.  Artist Rochelle Udell ...
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