Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2013

Architectural Digest Home Design Show is the perfect place to find innovative and spectacular products for your home. Until 24th March interior designers, architects, jornalists and designers are meeting in New York city to find new inspirations, meet new exhibitors and discover the latest novelties of some of the finest brands in home market.

AD Show is were all of these professionals can keep up with the work of some of their favorite established brands and shop new pieces that will make their customers happy. With exhibitions from over 500 brands Architectural Digest Home Show is the delight of anyone who is passionate about design.

Once a monk now a furniture designer, Tucker Robbins has passed the last twenty years working with indigenous craftsmen and searching for inspirations in their culture. The result: unique pieces that translate the tradition of faraway tribals in modern designs. Robbins passion lies in the cooperation among global cultures, bringing the spirit and craft from the tribal cottage industry to contemporary life.

My favourite piece of his collection is Porcelain’s Spider’s Nest. Made with Peruvian Porcelain, the pattern represents the universal cicle of life and the unity within the community. This gorgeous gold sidetable, made by artisans in Peru, can be seen at booth 233.

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Above: Porcelain’s Spider’s Nest by designer Tucker Robbins

If you are keen of green designs another brand that you can’t miss is BRABBU. They have a amazing collection with a full-offer in furniture, casegoods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art and accessories. With BRABBU you can travel around the world, from the Sahara desert to Greece in ancient times. Each piece produced by BRABBU tells a history of nature and the world.

Below you can see one of their pieces, Nanook. According to Inuit myth, Nanook is a polar bear – the master of bears – who decides whether a hunter deserves to come home with a meal. This imponent armchair covered in white leather is showcasing at booth 219.

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Above: Nanook armchair by BRABBU studio

 

Who is also showcasing with BRABBU in the same booth is Deligthfull Unique Lamps. A regular presence at the best furniture and design fairs in the world, Delightfull is specialized in the creation of unique, modern lighting. The brand has innovative designs and trending pieces that will not leave you indifferent like Coltrane that you can see below.

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Above: Images of BRABBU and Delightfull booth. Courtesy of Delightfull’s facebook

 

Also in the lighting field, designer Andrea Claire brings Constantin, a collection where all pieces are sculptural, green, handmade and original.

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Above: The Constantin series by Andrea Claire

 

But Architectural Digest Home Design Show isn’t only about home products. Decorating celebs scheduled to attend include Architectural Digest Editor-in-Chief Margaret Russell, and designers Nate Berkus, Thom Filicia, Antony Todd, Vincente Wolf, Alexander Gorlin, Ray Booth, Marshall Watson and Ronald Bricke. You can also enjoy attending design seminars presented by The New York Times on design topics like small-space living, taste and technology.

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Above: Nate Berkus talked about objects that can put a personal stamp on any room in the house and his new book, The Things that Matter

 

 

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