AD Show 2017 is here for another edition till March 19th at Piers 92&94, NYC to gather the world’s leading brands along with today’s top talents for a curated selection of design. A mixture of cultures, minds and styles where visitors can discover the most unbelievable design and art by respected brands such as Boca do Lobo and Ara Levon Thorose.See also:Lighting brands that you must visit at AD SHOW 2017
In such design event, you can expect design seminars such as “How to Reboot Your Home” with guests like Vanessa Deleon and Leura Fine, expect cuisine demonstrations and special appearances. AD Show 2017 not only offers a unique collections of furniture, accessories, lighting from a high range of styles but also guidelines for marketing strategies and interior design tips.AD Show is a great opportunity to get in touch with the latest designers and trends and since we don’t want you to miss anything important there, today we would like to share with you a few names we believe will be worthy of making a visit at the event. Take a look!
Furniture & Lighting
A collection of modern solid wood furniture, designed by Jason Lewis and made by hand in his Chicago studio. Their skilled woodworkers build each piece individually using select hardwoods and traditional joinery techniques. The designs draw on a classic mid-century aesthetic – simple, elegant, and well made. This is the furniture that is meant to be used and built to be passed on.
BOCA DO LOBO furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind. We strive to encourage sensational experiences by creating beautiful pieces which are passionately inspired and handcrafted in Portugal by a staff that loves what they do; experiences which pass on the feeling of exclusivity.
DELIGHTFULL has a full broad selection of high-quality lighting designs, versatile enough for many types of atmospheres and spaces. Heritage assorted 30’s, 40’s and 50’s Soul and Jazz inspired lamps takes on the legacy of – WISDOM – of men who craft with their own hands. Lighting that reflects a personality, a frame of mind in each detail. Iconic Modern Home
Iconic Modern works with top real estate agents and professionals, as well as developers in its luxury staging business. Seeking fast results for property owners, Iconic Modern uses all authentic modern furnishings, and investment grade art to set its properties apart from the rest of the market. Offering turn key solutions for buyers and renters, all items are for sale and spaces are the move in ready.
Ceramics & Textiles
Lori KatzLori’s current focus is on wall work. The pieces are stoneware with some mixed media. Additions to the raw surface can include contrasting clays, slips, underglaze and high-temperature wire. Post firing additions can include acrylic paint, oil paint, cold wax and metal leaf.
AVOAVO was created in 2014 by Brit Kleinman, who brought her passion for materials and painting to life using leather as a canvas for her creative vision. AVO develops dynamic visuals through a wide range of products including pillows, furnishings, and wall coverings. Forms and patterns are thoughtfully crafted in house with their dyeing done by hand.
Samantha Sand BrookSamantha’s style marries playful yet luxurious design with an impeccable attention to detail and craftsmanship. Her distinctive style juxtaposes refinement (swishing haute couture dresses, the luxe use of brass) with rawness (graffiti, industrial parts) and leaves fairy dust floating in the air.
Arts & Sculptures
Ana´s art could be defined as geometric pieces of pure and intense colors, with impeccable edging and forms. With her last series, Ana Giovinazzo focuses the changes that have occurred in her work through the years. Her endless passion hints at surprises with future series that will continue showcasing her emotions and struggles within the various stages of her life.
Joël is an artist creating abstract figurative sculptures. His studio is in Hickory, NC where he works carving and creating unique one of a kind sculptures in both wood and bronze. His work has been shown in Japan as well as various galleries and museums throughout the Unites States.For more inspiration visit Miami Design District Pinterest