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WestEdge Design Fair grows its ‘made’ section

show & tell | September 18, 2017
The WestEdge Design Fair is returning to Santa Monica for its fifth year, over October 19 to 22, with more exhibitors signed up than ever before. This year, there is enhanced focus on the MADE:MODERN section, which has been steadily growing in its number of exhibitors. WestEdge is planning on ho... By Taylor Barker

Inaugural Brooklyn showhouse to showcase local talent

show & tell | September 14, 2017
Brooklyn’s first-ever designer showhouse will unfold in a 1867 townhouse transformed by interior and landscape designers as well as decorative artists from the borough and throughout New York. Thom Filicia is serving as the honorary design chair of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, while ... By Katy B. Olson

New series helps drive foot traffic to IDC

show & tell | September 5, 2017
Last month kicked off the fall schedule for the Indiana Design Center’s “Designer on Call” workshop series, where local industry professionals lead a topic-driven, one-hour seminar open to the trade and the public. The monthly program, which asks only of a donation for an Indianapolis food pantr... By Melissa Studach

Field + Supply expands at new location

show & tell | August 22, 2017
Field + Supply, the modern makers craft fair founded by designer Brad Ford, returns to the Hudson Valley for its fourth year, over October 6 to 8, at a new and expanded location, Hutton Brickyards. Taking place along the Hudson River in Kingston, New York, the event will welcome 80-plus vendors,... By Taylor Barker

Czech designer to create ‘Das Haus’ exhibit at Cologne

show & tell | August 21, 2017
Czech designer Lucie Koldova will devise the next edition of “Das Haus,” a home installation, at imm Cologne, the international interiors fair. Lucie Koldova “Following the transatlantic ‘Haus’ by Todd Bracher, we are returning to Europe with Lucie Koldova, and turning our attention to...

Ashley and India Hicks to appear at High Point

show & tell | August 21, 2017
Iconic decorator David Hicks’s children, Ashley and India Hicks, will take the stage at High Point Market this October as part of the educational Keyote Series. Also on the docket: Paula Wallace, president and founder of Savannah College of Art and Design, who will discuss the school’s history a... By Katy B. Olson

ADAC celebration to return with a focus on fashion, film and philanthropy

show & tell | August 17, 2017
Registration is now open for the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center’s yearly design fair, DISCOVER ADAC, which will run September 26 to 28 and hew to a theme of fashion, film and philanthropy. On the roster of attendees: House Beautiful’s editor in chief, Sophie Donelson, in discussion with inter...

Sweden program to debut at London Design Fair

show & tell | August 15, 2017
Swedish Design Moves, a four-year-long program designed to spread awareness of Swedish design, architecture and fashion internationally, will debut in the U.K. during London Design Fair in September. Design by Butler/Lindgård The program is commissioned by the Swedish government and is... By Katy B. Olson

Behind the scenes with ALT For Living in the Hamptons

show & tell | August 14, 2017
Analisse Taft’s ALT for Living has its summer share in Southampton. Part of the Pop Up Collective, ALT for Living’s seasonal residency brings with it friendly neighbors (and fellow pop-uppers), the likes of Ala von Auersperg, By Terry Makeup and Skincare, Fashionhaus, Master & Dynamic, Slate... By Katy B. Olson

Belgian designer Jos Devriendt’s ceramics come to Demisch Danant

show & tell | August 11, 2017
“I Am I,” an exhibition of ceramic works by Belgian artist-designer Jos Devriendt, comprising 60-plus lamps, vessels and objects, will debut this fall as part of the Demisch Danant gallery’s continuing look into European design from the 1950s onward. The exhibit opens in late October and ru...
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