MADE Exhibitors Will Be The Highlight Of AD Design Show 2019 ⇒ At the MADE space, juried galleries of more than 160 artists and designers– from local and emerging artisans to international studios – showcase original art, fine furniture, sculpture, textiles, and lighting, all of which is available for purchase or special order. This amazing event will take place at the AD Design Show, whose 2019 edition is happening from 21-24 March, in New York City. CovetED brings you everything you need to know about this wonderful event.
The upcoming design event is poised to be the biggest yet and is expected to draw in nearly 40,000 attendees. Virtually every design category is represented at the AD Design Show, from home appliances and children’s furniture to outdoor furnishings and prefab homes. Each brand falls under one of four categories: Furnish, Refresh, Made, and Shops. What can you expect to experience at the AD Design Show? Attendees can walk through intricate vignettes designed by the top interior designers, attend informational seminars, and see special appearances.
For 2019, the MADE category is taking centre stage. “From emerging artists to international studios, attendees will be able to peruse handcrafted, limited-edition, and one-of-a-kind furnishings, textiles, decorative pieces, and accessories from over 170 artists and designers who are making waves in their respective fields.”
Event organizers are excited to highlight 50 women-owned businesses under the MADE umbrella, including Bari Ziperstein of BZippy & Co, ceramist Lydia Johnson, and Rachel Robinson of durodeco. “As designers, ceramists, architects, designers, metalworkers, artists, and more, these industry leaders are pushing boundaries and furthering their craft through creative exploration,” notes a representative from Architectural Digest.
MADE will also celebrate innovative, on-trend brands from across the country in states like Pennsylvania (Wren & Cooper and Ovuud) and California (Siemon & Salazar, Krane Home, Kudd:krig HOME). The trends showcased in MADE forecast what’s to come in the coming season. For 2019, expect to see an increase in minimalism-inspired looks, ash and other lighter woods, and more glass than in years past. Be on the lookout for works from the event’s most exciting vendors such as Anony, Fernweh Woodworking, Tracey Glover Studio, Elizabeth Lyons Glass, and Stickbulb.