Attention all design lovers! The 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show will once again be packing Manhattan’s Piers 92 and 94 with a bevy of luxury design goodness from March 17th to the 20th. The four-day festival invites guests to peruse through 400+ home decor, kitchen and bath, flooring, accessories and art exhibitors, and will also offer a full schedule of exciting talks, seminars, culinary demonstrations and discussions with the industry’s brightest minds. Planning to hit the show floor? Read on for a code that will get you discounted access.
This year’s Architectural Digest Design Show, which is produced by Vornado/The Mart (MMPI), hosted by Architectural Digest, and co-sponsored by The New York Times Company, will showcase even more sustainable and ethically produced brands than ever, from Kim Markel‘s ethereal Glow line of furnishings made of recycled plastic to Kriest‘s unique salvaged burl wood lamps to eco-friendly wallpapers by Sarkos.
And don’t miss the show’s two-part series of special programming starting today with a keynote address by Architectural Digest Editor-in-Chief Margaret Russell in conversation with Delphine and Reed Krakoff to kick off the magazine’s panel discussions geared specifically towards design trade. Then head back to the piers for The New York Times’s informative seminars on the 18th, 19th and 20th featuring design luminaries such as interior designer Campion Platt; architects Allan Greenberg, Joel Barkley of Ike Kligerman Barkley, and John B. Murray; master pastry chef Jacques Torres of Jacques Torres Chocolate; New York Times reporter Steven Kurutz; HGTV star Genevieve Gorder; DIY Network star Jason Cameron; and select industry executives from exhibiting brands.
Excited to head to the show? Use discount code 5OFF here for $5 off of tickets. Admission is free for members of the design trade who pre-register online.
Lead photo: Peter Estersohn