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    Architectural Digest Home Design Show

    • Feb 8, 2014

    • By:Simon Murray

    For three show-stopping days in March, Midtown Manhattan’s premier waterside venue, Pier 94 (host of both Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and The Armory’s modern art shows) is being taken over by a different sort of designer: the architects and interior designers that turn the spaces of your home into incomparable artwork. Hosted by Architectural Digest as well as The New York Times, the annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show, now in its 13th year, is set for March 20-23. For those seeking inspiring and innovative ideas in interior design, the time is now to mark those calendars and save the date.

    An impressive list of new and returning exhibitors are taking the floor, to once again display luxury designs for indoors and outdoors, including furniture, accessories, art, kitchen and bath products, carpet, stone and tile, lighting and more.

    Unique to 2014, however, it has been announced there will be an increased international presence, with exhibitors from Italy, Spain, Belgium, New Zealand and the UK present, to name only a few. Would-be visitors can also look forward to special events that will take place in the Jenn-Air Master Class Studio—the show’s theater—that will feature exclusive trade seminars from the industry’s top influencers, as well as keynote presentations by Architectural Digest Editor in Chief, Margaret Russell and a three-day New York Times Designer Seminar Series.

     

    Online ticket sales and registration are now open with incentives for those who act early.

    Friday and Saturday, March 21 -22, 11 am – 7 pm, Open to the Public

    Sunday, March 23, 10am – 6pm, Open to the Public

    General admission is $30 online at ADHomeDesignShow.com or $40 at the door. Online advance purchase includes a one-year subscription to Architectural Digest. Ticket price also includes complimentary admission to DIFFA’s DINING BY DESIGN table viewing (co-located at Pier 94). A portion of the proceeds of all ticket sales benefits DIFFA, the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.