AD Home Design Show

By danielle

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The AD Home Design Show opened its doors yesterday to the trade community for a special preview. The show runs through the weekend so if you haven’t made it to the west side yet, then hop in a cab (or the show’s free shuttle bus which picks up at the Marriott Marquis) and head for Pier 94. We saw our friends from Furniture New York, took a moment (or two) to listen to the music that played on Muon, KEF’s new state-of-the-art audio speakers designed by the legendary Ross Lovegrove, and wished that we had time to take advantage of the massage station. But we’re busy girls and had to make sure that we stuck to our schedule. Here are two other sections of the show that we particularly enjoyed:

AD 100 Pavilion – At the show we caught up with Arch Digest’s lovely and talented Susan Lobel. She worked with three distinguished designers – Geoffrey Bradfield, Mario Buatta and Joanne de Guardiola – to create a visually stunning show centerpiece. The four vignettes certainly succeeded in bringing the pages of the magazine to life.

MADE – A new gallery that features one-of-a-kind and limited-edition contemporary objects and furnishings. To get there, exit the registration area to the left, then look for the white floor.

The show covers 110,000 sq. ft, so make sure that to leave yourself enough time to see all the great new products and pavilions.

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Our pictorial overview

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