5 Things You Need to Know about AD Show 2018

With Maison et Objet over and done with, it’s time for another big event to make its mark in the interior design world. AD Show 2018 is knocking on our doors – starting March 22nd, the 17th annual design show promises another great edition with more than 400 brands displaying throughout the 4-day curse of the tradeshow. So, take a look at 5 Things You Need to Know about AD Show 2018!

HOURS + LOCATION

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MARCH 22-25, 2018

Thursday, March 22:  10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Open to design trade & VIP consumer ticket holders.
Friday-Saturday, March 23-24:  10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Open to all ticket holders.
Sunday, March 25:  10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Open to all ticket holders.

LOCATION
PIERS 92 & 94
55th Street at 12th Avenue
New York City 10019

 

Tickets & Registration

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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 22nd.  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.

2018 EXHIBITOR LIST

Boca do Lobo

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Handcrafted and detailed work is its veins and passion for design pops into its nature. Creative minds crave for inspiration and when the piece is designed it fulfills a story, a place or even an experience. You MUST visit Boca do Lobo at Ad Show 2018!

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Brabbu

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BRABBU is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. Which interior design styles novelties should they bring to Ad Show 2018?

 

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DelightFULL/Essential Home

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DelightFULL known for the mid-century style creates the whole aura of a stand as an authentic place to feel welcome in. The luxurious ambiance combined with breathtaking lighting design and its inspirations.

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Essential Home is the epitome of bohemian retro design. Its mid-century modern lines merge from important historical references from the ‘30s and 60’s. It’s retro style-movie inspired dazzles in all tradeshows they showcase.

 

DIFFA’s DINING BY DESIGN

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New York PIER 92 10 A.M–3 P.M.
THURSDAY, MARCH 22–MONDAY, MARCH 26
Your admission ticket allows access to New York’s most anticipated display of
design brilliance. Using Pier 92 as a blank canvas, nearly 40 of the country’s top
designers and brands create dining environments in an extraordinary blast of
creativity—all in support of DIFFA’s work to fight HIV/AIDS. DINING BY DESIGN
also features the legendary COCKTAILS BY DESIGN party on Thursday, March
22 as well as a closing night gala on Monday, March 26.This portion of the show
is produced with generous support from The Mart | Vornado and will be closed to
the public Thursday, March 22 at 3 p.m. for DIFFA’s COCKTAILS BY DESIGN
and will reopen Friday, March 23.

 

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THE AD100 EFFECT THE DACOR STAGE

3:30–4:30 P.M.
The AD100 is an annual compilation of Architectural Digest’s picks for the most
innovative and important designers working today. As the list evolves embrace an
increasingly diverse chorus of design voices, two freshmen inductees from the
Class of 2018, Billy Cotton and Amy Lau, discuss the triumphs and challenges
they encountered on their path to the AD100. What does design stardom mean
now? Moderated by Mayer Rus, West Coast Editor of Ad Show 2018.

 

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