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Celebrating 50 Years of Design Tuesday, October 13 - Thursday, October 15 Fall Market Presenting Keynote MARGARET RUSSELL Editor in Chief, Architectural Digest

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13 10:00AM Upper Story, 14th Floor

Mark Hampton, On Decorating

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Margaret Russell and Alexa Hampton discuss the power and influence of the legendary American designer

Join Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell and AD100 designer Alexa Hampton for a lively conversation about the legacy of Alexa’s late father, legendary interior designer Mark Hampton, on the eve of the re-release of his celebrated primer, On Decorating. Alexa will share memories of her father and his work, as well as discuss his influence on her personal style—and how that style has evolved since she took over Mark Hampton LLC in 1998. Reception to follow at Kravet, Suite 324

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DDB SPOTLIGHT

Showroom News Forbes & Lomax, Suite 1502 Forbes & Lomax, pioneers of the Invisible Lightswitch®, have arrived in the D&D Building. The British company made its name with the ‘Invisible Lightswitch®’ in 1988. This switch replaced the bulky plastic accessories available at that time with a thin transparent faceplate allowing the wallpaper or paint to show through. The company offers a selection of traditional and contemporary switches and outlets with brass, nickel, stainless steel, bronze and verdigris plates together with a paintable range of outlets. To accommodate the evolving demands of smart-home technology, a range of attractive control pads are also available to integrate with home automation systems.

George Smith, Suite 1615 Iconic British furniture manufacturer, George Smith, known for its exceptional craftsmanship and classic design heritage, has opened a beautiful new showroom on the 16th floor to show off its timeless pieces in a very modern setting. After decades of producing some of the world’s finest seating, shown in the best homes, restaurants and hotels around the globe, the furniture maker has opened a showroom that highlights its diverse capabilities for classic furniture and modern custom upholstery.

Martin Patrick Evan, Suite 507 It’s a new dawn - it’s a new day! Martin Patrick Evan is delighted to announce our new custom rug and carpet showroom in suite 507. Please join us during Fall Market to take a peek at our new location and collections, and peruse our unique library of custom rug and carpet offerings.

Robert Allen, Suite 301 Robert Allen is pleased to announce a brand new showroom located on the 3rd floor. The new showroom provides an easy shopping experience with great sight lines, clearly signed category and sub-category sections, along with a fantastic display of the new Robert Allen furniture collection and an expanded resource library. The new space also features a separate Beacon Hill design studio, which allows designers to focus on the intricate handwork of the fabrics.

Studio Van den Akker, Suite 1510 Rob Copley and Sean Robins, the designers behind the Studio Van den Akker Collection and curators of their consortium of unique makers of furniture, lighting, textiles, ceramics and accessories, are pleased to announce the opening of their Studio Van den Akker showroom on the DDB’s 15th floor. Shown here are Robins and Copley in front of the giant ceramic wall in the showroom’s entryway designed by Pamela Sunday in collaboration with Rob and Sean.

Clockwise from top left: Martin Patrick Evan, Warp & Weft showroom, George Smith, Studio Van den Akker, Forbes & Lomax.

Warp & Weft, Suite 1203 Warp & Weft continues its philosophy of distilling design to the essentials with an extensive new showroom expansion on the 12th floor. Planned in collaboration between Warp & Weft’s creative director Michael Mandapati and architect Jay Levy, the space features clean architecture, open layout and ample natural light making it a destination for creative meetings and working with the brand’s curated collections of hand-knotted, hand-tufted and broadloom carpets and rugs.

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Tuesday, October 13 Keynotes

John Rosselli & Associates, Suite 1800 The Magic of the Mix The chicest homes display a confident mix of timeless and contemporary design. Domino Editor Robert Leleux moderates a lively discussion and slideshow with esteemed John Rosselli, Carrier & Company’s Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller and Ike, Kligerman Barkley’s Joel Barkley. Panelists will select showroom favorites. Luncheon and book signing to follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

PRESENTING KEYNOTE 10:00AM Upper Story, 14th Floor

Mark Hampton, On Decorating: Margaret Russell and Alexa Hampton discuss the power and influence of the legendary American designer Join Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell and AD100 designer Alexa Hampton for a lively conversation about the legacy of Alexa’s late father, legendary interior designer Mark Hampton, on the eve of the re-release of his celebrated primer, On Decorating. Alexa will share memories of her father and his work, as well as discuss his influence on her personal style—and how that style has evolved since she took over Mark Hampton LLC in 1998.

Andrew Martin

Showroom Programs

Reception to follow Kravet, Suite 324

11:00AM Andrew Martin, Suite 532 Maison d’Objet Trend Report with Frank Cassata

Alexa Hampton

Frank Cassata Designs is the premiere commercial archive of antique, vintage, and new textile design inspirations for interior and fashion professionals in the United States and all over the world. Celebrated for his expert ability to predict what will be trending and most wanted in coming seasons, Frank Cassata will take you through his travels at Maison d’Objet. Join Cassata as he shares his design discoveries and personal photographs from across the globe.

Margaret Russell

Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier & Company

12:00PM Liora Manné, Suite 1811 Brand Your Projects with Bespoke Carpets and Fabrics Does your client want something that no one else has? Join Liora Manné as she discusses how to design custom carpets and fabric; see how custom patterns are developed for site-specific installations and discover the limitless ways in which their custom Lamontage process can be specified to elevate your current projects. Learn what’s next in color and design, including the newest trends in texture and the use of metallic fibers.

Robert Leleux

John Rosselli

Joel Barkley

3:00PM Karen Marx

Lee Jofa, Suite 234 Behind the Scenes of the Torridon Stair Hall - Kips Bay Decorator Show House

John Robshaw

KEYNOTE

Designer Philip Mitchell will detail the inspiration and process behind Torridon Stair Hall, his now iconic spiral stairs and landings of floors two through four in the 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Through a candid conversation, Mitchell will share the story of seeing his space for the first time, how the project impacted his business, and the invaluable lessons he gained from the experience.

1:00PM Duralee, Suite 620

The Art of Translation: Turning your Travels into Design Inspiration From turbans to upholstery fabrics, designer John Robshaw’s signature look tells a vivid story of worldly exploration. Please join us as John sits down with ELLE DECOR’s Executive Director of Home Furnishings, Karen Marx, to discuss his globetrotting lifestyle and its influence on his product designs, including a special look at his brand new fabric collection, Duralee Designer: John Robshaw II. Refreshments to follow.

Liora Manné Philip Mitchell

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Tuesday, October 13 Keynotes

Showroom Programs

KEYNOTE

3:00PM

2:00PM Donghia, Suite 700

Parish-Hadley Tree of Life: An Intimate History of the Legendary Design Firm Join House Beautiful Editor in Chief Sophie Donelson and designers Brian McCarthy and Bunny Williams for the New York debut of their highly anticipated book Parish-Hadley Tree of Life, and learn how this legendary design firm shaped the careers of over 30 world-renowned designers. While you’re there, peruse Hinson’s exclusive Albert Hadley wallpaper and fabric designs. A book signing will follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

Rose Tarlow Melrose House, Suite 1616 Learning from the Leaders: Working with Tech Industry Clients Join Leaders of Design Council Co-Founders, Meg Touborg and Keith Granet, alongside a few of their savvy members for an hour of anecdotes and advice on how to work with clients from the high tech industry. Learn how this new breed of design client is different and what best practices you need to exceed their expectations! Panelists include Hillary Thomas, Tom Kligerman and Philip Gorrivan.

5:00-7:00PM One Riverside, Cocktails Rodolph, Suite 818 Please join NYC designers who have showcased Rodolph fabrics, wall coverings, and custom furniture in the One Riverside condominium project. Sharing the challenges and success of such an endeavor are the talents of Bjorn Bjornsson, Gail Shields-Miller, James Rixner, together with the President and Design Director of Rodolph, Cynthia F Nugent.

Bjorn Bjornsson

Gail Shields-Miller and James Rixner

6:00PM

Keith Granet and Meg Touborg

Philip Gorrivan

Tom Kligerman

Waterworks Kitchen, Suite 134 Exclusive Book Signing with Phillip James Dodd Join Waterworks Co-founder and SVP Design, Barbara Sallick, in celebrating the launch of An Ideal Collaboration: The Art of Classical Details II. Written by Phillip James Dodd, it includes the work of Barbara Sallick and other notable names in contemporary residential design. Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres will be served. A book signing will follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

Brian McCarthy Bunny Williams

Sophie Donelson

KEYNOTE

Hillary Thomas

4:00PM Biasi Catani, Suite 813

Design Beyond Borders: International Style From São Paulo to Miami to New York Spectacular design crosses all frontiers. Join us for a spirited, cross-cultural panel hosted by Casa Vogue Brasil and moderated by the magazine’s architecture and décor editor Guilherme Amorozo. He will be joined by four internationally renowned design luminaries who have worked extensively in North and South America. They are American-based designers Juan Montoya and Jennifer Post, along with Brazilianbased designers and architects João Armentano and Jorge Elias. The discussion will explore shared design influences, distinct international styles and the many crossovers in-between.

Guilherme Amorozo

Joäo Armentano

Jennifer Post Juan Montoya

Open House Events A. Rudin, Suite 1201 Andrew Martin, Suite 532 Avery Boardman, Suite 414 Benjamin Moore, Suite 801 Christopher Peacock, 5th Floor Annex Creation Baumann, Suite 1522 David Sutherland, Suite 401 Doris Leslie Blau, Suite 625 Ebanista, Suite 1602 Edelman Leather, Suite 207 Garrett Leather, Suite 1107 Houlès, Suite 919 J. Robert Scott, Suite 220 Jenn-Air, 5th Floor Annex Jerry Pair & Associates, Suite 502 Knoll Textiles, Suite 1702 Lapicida, Annex, Ground Floor Liora Manné, Suite 1811 Lutron, Suite 138 Made Goods, Suite 715 Martin Patrick Evan, Ltd, Suite 507 Nella Vetrina, Suite 814 Ochre, Suite 1109 Pierre Frey, Suite 1611 Rose Tarlow Melrose House, Suite 1616 Scalamandre, Suite 202 Studio K New York, Suite 842 The Silver Peacock, Suite 1208 Thibaut, Suite 615 Vondom, Suite 1532 Warp & Weft, Suite 1203 Knoll Textiles Wolf-Gordon, Suite 413

Jorge Elias

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Wednesday, October 14 Keynotes

Showroom Programs

KEYNOTE

11:00AM

10:00AM Osborne & Little, Suite 520

Learn from the Experts: Branding, Marketing & Licensing Join House Beautiful Editor at Large Chesie Breen, legendary designer Nina Campbell, and Founding Partner of Product Lounge, Robyn Malin, for insight on branding and licensing product in the world of interior design. Nina Campbell has built an international design empire that includes a London storefront, multiple books, and international licensing ventures. Robyn Malin is a licensing, branding and marketing expert.

Pollack, Suite 1722 Inside the Designer’s Studio with Rachel Doriss Pollack’s acute attention to detail is evident when viewing any of their collections. Join us, as Pollack’s Design Director, Rachel Doriss, walks you through her personal process of designing a collection from start to finish. Watch Rachel’s Rachel Doriss inspirational respect for the weaving process come to life through original drawings, hand sketched patterns, and cuttings of designs as they’ve gone through various stages of the design process.

Robyn Malin

Innovations, Suite 1717 Retro Trends in Contemporary Design Join INNOVATIONS as we celebrate our 40th anniversary with a ‘70s themed event. As designers we can recognize the influence of the Mad Men-era on contemporary interiors, bringing the mid-century modern trend to the forefront and its bold influence. Moderator Tom Hawver will discuss with designers Joshua Greene of Hernandez Greene and Laura Bohn of Laura Bohn Associates how they incorporate vintage trends into modern day designs. A light lunch will be served following the discussion. Tom Hawver

Joshua Green

Nina Campbell

Laura Bohn

2:00PM Chesie Breen

Lorin Marsh, Suite 720 Collaboration: A Dynamic New Direction

KEYNOTE 1:00PM Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, Suite 903

The American Narrative Join Cottages & Gardens Editorial Director D.J. Carey and a panel of top interior designers Eric Cohler, Mary Foley and Marshall Watson in a discussion on American design — its origins, what defines it, and its popularity at home and abroad.

Mary Foley

Benjamin Moore, Suite 1803 Color of the Year 2016 Announcement Benjamin Moore invites you to our biggest announcement of the year. Be the first to learn the Color of the Year and see the beautiful Color Trends palette that accompanies it. Our color experts will discuss the global influences that inspired these beautiful colors and take you through their unique utility across the architecture and design worlds.

Please join interior designer John Barman and architect Alexander Gorlin for a stimulating discussion about their recent collaboration on a residence featured in Mr. Barman’s new book, John Barman Interior Design. As you will discover, successful collaborations between an architect and an interior designer can yield spectacular results. Carol Prisant, the New York editor for The World of Interiors, will lead the discussion. A book signing will follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

12:00PM Alexander Gorlin

Carol Prisant

Christopher Peacock, 5th Floor Annex The Right Stuff: Top Interior Photographers Tell All

DJ Carey

Eric Cohler

Marshall Watson

Photographing interiors can be risky business; you need the right approach, impeccable technique, and a photographer who can bring out the best in every shot. Prominent photographers Larry Lederman, Scott Francis and Paul Godwin will show recent work, share secrets to make perfectly beautiful rooms look even better, and offer insights for preparing any interior for its close-up. Sponsored by The Monacelli Press and The New York School of Interior Design, celebrating the publication of Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York.

John Barman

Fortuny, Suite 1632 The Best of Everything Join us to meet Ike, Kligerman and Barkley and celebrate the release of The New Shingled House (The Monacelli Press). A book signing will follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

Innovations

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Wednesday, October 14 Keynote

Showroom Programs

KEYNOTE

3:00PM

4:00PM Warp & Weft, Suite 1203

Celebrate, Preserve, Protect: The Joys and Challenges of Designing Historic Interiors Designers of historic spaces face special needs and responsibilities. Aging structures present tremendous and tiny challenges. Projects require a singular combination of efforts to renovate, restore and repurpose, while respecting the past and addressing today’s needs. Designer Kitty Hawks, Architects Hugh Hardy and David Rockwell, renowned landmark preservationists, will join author and historian Judith Gura to share experiences and advice on balancing “old” and “new.” Sponsored by The Monacelli Press and The New York School of Interior Design, celebrating the publication of Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York. A book signing will follow with books available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

Robert Allen, Suite 301 Houzz and Robert Allen Present: Make Social Media Work for You

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Michael Stein of Houzz takes us through the ins and outs of social media along with top New York interior designers Danielle Colding, Shane Inman and Julie Schuster. Our savvy panel will discuss how to use Houzz to market yourself, gain more clients and attract attention from the press. .1 CEU credit

Danielle Colding

Holly Hunt, Suite 605 Designing from the Inside Out McAlpine partners Bobby McAlpine, Greg Tankersley, Susan Ferrier and Ray Booth discuss the collaborative effort between interiors and architecture. Images of their critically acclaimed work along with a compelling dialogue will offer insight into their unique process and philosophy. Holly Hunt’s Vice President of Sales Dan Campbell will moderate.

Bobby McAlpine

Susan Ferrier

Greg Tankersley

Ray Booth

Julie Schuster

Judith Gura Shane Inman David Rockwell

Hugh Hardy Kitty Hawks

SPECIAL EVENT 5:00PM Gracie, Suite 1411

Across the Archives: Gracie SPECIAL EVENT WEDNESDAY ONLY! 9:30AM - 5:30PM Lapicida, Annex Suite 111 Cost: $125 per session

Headshot Day at Market Regardless of how famous you are or plan to be, you’re a professional for crying out loud and your headshot should reflect that. Your Facebook profile pic just won’t do, nor will that “headshot” that was taken in the mid to late 90s. (Feathered bangs went out of style years ago, just sayin’.) That’s why we at Editor at Large are offering headshot sessions during the DDB’s Fall Market. The package includes a 15-minute session with a professional portrait photographer, a selection of proofs and one retouched image, delivered to you as both a high-resolution image file and a web-ready version. To reserve your spot, contact Haley Williams at hwilliams@editoratlarge.com or by calling 212-904-1040.

Photographer Tory Williams

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Alex Papachristidis along with students from FIT presents a sweeping view of celebrated designers throughout the 20th century and their creative use of Gracie scenic wallpapers. The innovative work of designers like Elsie de Wolf, Frances Elkins, Syrie Maugham and Michael Taylor will be shown. Alex will discuss the impact of these designers on 20th century design trends as well as his own work which is a dynamic fusion of the modern and eclectic with the luxurious and traditional. Alex Papachristidis

Open House Events A. Rudin, Suite 1201 Andrew Martin, Suite 532 Armani Casa, Suite 1424 Arnitex, Suite 1207 Avery Boardman, Suite 414 Benjamin Moore, Suite 801 Christopher Peacock, 5th Floor Annex Création Baumann, Suite 1522 David Sutherland, Suite 401 Doris Leslie Blau, Suite 625 Ebanista, Suite 1602 Edelman Leather, Suite 207 Farrow & Ball, Suite 1519 Garrett Leather, Suite 1107 Houlès, Suite 919 J. Robert Scott, Suite 220 Jenn-Air, 5th Floor Annex Jerry Pair & Associates, Suite 502 Knoll Textiles, Suite 1702 Lapicida, Annex, Ground Floor

Liora Manné, Suite 1811 Lutron, Suite 138 Made Goods, Suite 715 Martin Patrick Evan, Ltd, Suite 507 Michael Taylor Designs, Suite 1640 Nella Vetrina, Suite 814 Ochre, Suite 1109 Pierre Frey, Suite 1611 Rose Tarlow Melrose House, Suite 1616 Scalamandre, Suite 202 Stark, Suite 1102 Studio K New York, Suite 842 The Silver Peacock, Suite 1208 Thibaut, Suite 615 Vondom, Suite 1532 Warp & Weft, Suite 1203 Wolf-Gordon, Suite 413 Zimmer & Rohde, Suite 932 Zoffany, Suite 409


FALL MARKET 2O15 Wednesday, October 14 STARS OF DESIGN STARS ON THE RISE Charles S. Cohen honors these distinguished creative forces Wednesday, October 14, during a private black-tie dinner at the Decoration and Design Building’s Upper Story. Established over a decade ago in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center, the Stars of Design has become a coveted award for top forces in the creative world. Stars of Design recognizes creatives in various disciplines of art and design who have achieved recognition and significantly contributed to the evolution and advancements of their respective industries. By invitation only.

Architecture Art Graphic Design Industrial Design Interior Design Landscape Design Photography

Steven Harris, Steven Harris Architects Tom Otterness Chip Kidd, Knopf, Random House Dakota Jackson Benjamin Noriega Ortiz, BNO Design Edmund Hollander, Hollander Design Landscape Architects Jeffrey Milstein, Jeffrey Milstein Photography

Lifetime Achievement Jack Lenor Larsen

Stars on the Rise | Professionals Benjamin Vandiver, Benjamin Vandiver Interiors Bennett Leifer, Bennett Leifer Interiors Jenny Wolf, Jenny Wolf Designs Paris Forino, Paris Forino Design Susana Simonpietri, Chango & Co. Stars on the Rise | Students Ă…sa Bollvik, Fashion Institute of Technology Yuanyuan Ma, New York School of Interior Design Geehye Kim, Pratt Institute Catherine Lee, Parsons Vanessa Lacayo, School of Visual Arts

Special thanks to our Stars on the Rise jurors Jury Chair Matthew Patrick Smyth (Star of Design 2011) Matthew Patrick Smyth Inc. Brad Ford (Star on the Rise 2012) Brad Ford Interior Design Irene Edwards, Lonny Magazine Eric Daniels, Chair, Interior Design Department, FIT Tomas Georgi, Donghia

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Thursday, October 15 Keynotes

Showroom Programs

KEYNOTE

11:00AM

10:00AM Schumacher, Suite 832

Avery Boardman, Suite 414 The Internet of Design: The Changing Technology of Presentation

Miles Redd: The Art of the Approach

The changing technology of presentation is driving the design business. From industry heavyweights such as Powerpoint to sites growing exponentially such as Prezi and Visual.ly, the presentation formats the kind of technology we are using. Chris Dannen, journalist and technologist formerly of Fast Company, moderates a panel with DDB Tech Guru Campion Platt; Photographer Scott Frances, Film Director Joe Turner Lin and Co-creator of The Morpholio Anna Kenoff on how to do it better and what’s next.

Ever since he launched his own firm in 1998, Miles Redd’s interiors have epitomized effortless, exuberant chic. Redd shares thoughts on his approach to using colors, textures, and fabrics to craft rooms that are both dazzling and supremely livable, and always infused with his signature passion for grand decorating, high fashion, and timeless glamour.

Maya Romanoff

12:00PM Maya Romanoff, Suite 922 After McMansions: Investment in Thoughtful Handcraft

Miles Redd Anna Kenoff

Campion Platt

There is a powerful movement in Interior Design to place focus back on innovative handcraft and original product design. Join Joyce Romanoff of Maya Romanoff and Be Original Americas as we host a panel with John Edelman of DWR, and high-end residential designers to discuss the new craft movement and its broader reverberations.

Chesney’s, Suite 1119 Second in Command

KEYNOTE 1:00PM Jerry Pair & Associates, Suite 502

Hermès and Dedar: Conversations on Creation and Excellence in Home Fabrics

Chris Dannen

Joe Turner Lin

Join Hearst Design Group Editorial Director Newell Turner for an immersive conversation on process, knowledge and creativity with Florence LaFarge, Creative Director of Hermes Home Textiles, and Caterina and Raffaele Fabrizio, the second generation co-owners of Dedar Milano.

Behind every great designer there is an indispensable second-in-command. In this panel moderator Haley Williams, editor at GoDesignGo and Editor at Large, designers Alyssa Urban of Cullman & Kravis, Tom Ambler of Jamie Drake Design Associates and Heidi Bianco of Kemble Interiors will share how they earned the coveted rank of right-hand woman/man at top design firms, and what it’s like working with the industry’s leading designers.

Scott Frances

Walters, Suite 538 Landscape Architecture Coast-to-Coast Landscape architects Edmund Hollander of New York and Richard Hartlage of Seattle share timeless principles of landscape architecture and planting design as seen in the beautiful gardens they craft. In a conversation led by Garden Design magazine Editor in Chief Thad Orr, the trio will explore how gardens of varying styles are created, discuss the influence plants have on architecture, share insights on developing sustainable landscapes, and recount lessons from influential mentors. Hollander will be signing his new book, The Good Garden, following the talk. Books will be available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

Newell Turner

Florence LaFarge

Raffaele and Caterina Fabrizio

Thad Orr

Edmund Hollander

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Richard Hartlage

Alyssa Urban

Haley Williams

Heidi Bianco

Tom Ambler


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Showroom Programs

Evening Events, 5:00PM

KEYNOTE

2:00PM

Marc Phillips, Suite 211 Marc Phillips Expands Its Gallery of Artists with New Domingo Zapata Rugs

4:00PM Donghia, Suite 700 Vaughan, Suite 1511 The Aesthetics of Light

Preview of Interior Motives ELLE DECOR Editor at Large Mieke ten Have takes a look at the making of the new documentary from Entry Pictures, Interior Motives. Creator Nathalie Shirinian, along with Mary McDonald and Ryan Korban discuss the film and the link between interior design and fashion. Mieke ten Have

From Gaudí to present day architects, designers, and artists, light is used to emphasize color and to visually enrich our lives. It is also used to sculpt, define space, and inspire one’s inner feelings. This informative lecture by Charles Pavarini III will help you to think about light and understand how its creative use in interior design can trigger profound Charles Pavarini III emotional connections.

Join us as we celebrate the collaboration between internationally celebrated artist Domingo Zapata and Marc Phillips Decorative rugs. Zapata, a Spanish-­American artist, with a body of work spanning over 20 years, has partnered with Marc Phillips to create a truly unique collection based on some of Zapata’s original works with a focus on native Spanish culture, American Pop icons and classic literature.

Classic Rug Collection, Suite 1805 Color Trends with Patti Carpenter Join home décor expert Patti Carpenter as she reviews the latest trends in colors and patterns for 2016. Patti has worked in 54 countries around the globe and speaks internationally on design, color, and trends. This is a can’t-miss event!

Marc Phillips

Patti Carpenter

3:00PM Lutron, Suite 138 Secrets to Become the Next Celebrity TV Designer Mary McDonald

Ryan Korban

Best-selling author, TV personality and industry headhunter Stephen Viscusi moderates an intriguing insider conversation sharing secrets that can get you and your work on television. From creating your sizzle reel to networking with TV producers, Viscusi reveals tricks-of-thetrade positioning you as the next television or social media design star. Viscusi promises a special celebrity guest will be joining him. Limited seating for this very Stephen Viscusi special event!

Artistic Frame, Suite 1705 Creating Your Own Custom Designed Seating and Furniture

JAB Anstoetz, Suite 102 Before Warp and Weft... The Origins of Textile Fibers Ever wonder why mercerized cotton feels so luxurious? Or what the most resilient fiber is? Join us at 5pm for Happy Hour and a lively discussion on the origins of fibers used today in interior design textiles.

Marck Bloemers

Fortuny, Suite 1632 Becky Vizard’s book Once Upon a Pillow: A Story of Home, Design and Exquisite Textiles Fortuny invites you to toast the release of Becky Vizard’s book Once Upon a Pillow: A Story of Home, Design and Exquisite Textiles, (Pointed Leaf Press; November 2015). Come have Prosecco and hear about Becky’s unique, old world process of pillow making. Books will be signed during the festivities and are available for purchase on site or through Assouline Books & Gifts at the bookshop in the D&D Building lobby.

The process of creating custom furniture can be much simpler than you think. From inspiration to concept, drawings to 3D modeling, and finally prototyping and production!

Donghia

Open House Events A. Rudin, Suite 1201 Andrew Martin, Suite 532 Artistic Frame, Suite 1705 Avery Boardman, Suite 414 Benjamin Moore, Suite 801 Christopher Peacock, 5th Floor Annex Creation Baumann, Suite 1522 David Sutherland, Suite 401 Donghia, Suite 700 Doris Leslie Blau, Suite 625 Ebanista, Suite 1602 Edelman Leather, Suite 207 Garrett Leather, Suite 1107 Houlès, Suite 919 J. Robert Scott, Suite 220 Jenn-Air, 5th Floor Annex Jerry Pair & Associates, Suite 502

Knoll Textiles, Suite 1702 Lapicida, Annex, Ground Floor Liora Manné, Suite 1811 Lutron, Suite 138 Made Goods, Suite 715 Martin Patrick Evan, Ltd, Suite 507 Nella Vetrina, Suite 814 Ochre, Suite 1109 Pierre Frey, Suite 1611 Studio K New York, Suite 842 The Silver Peacock, Suite 1208 Thibaut, Suite 615 Vondom, Suite 1532 Warp & Weft, Suite 1203 Wolf-Gordon, Suite 413 Zimmer & Rohde, Suite 932 Zoffany, Suite 409

Artistic Frame

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Media Lounge Coco-Mat, Suite 417 Recharge Your Batteries – Literally! This year’s Media Lounge can rescue you from Fall Market fatigue. Take a break from the festivities at Coco-Mat where plugs and power strips will be available to charge your devices and magazines will be available to read while you wait. The DDB thanks Media Lounge host Coco-Mat and the following publications:

Enter to win a raffle for a free Coco-Mat bed. The winner will be selected and announced on October 13th!

Vintage Media

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In anticipation of our 50th Anniversary we dove into industry archives, binge-read trade publications, and found ourselves pausing a little too often to appreciate vintage advertisements. Whether announcing their move to the D&D, capturing the changing times, or simply highlighting what makes their product superior, our tenants’ ads have always been worth a second look. Below you’ll find a selection of some of our favorite creative campaigns from the past 50 years.

Thank you to Interior Design Magazine and the design library at FIT.

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In honor of the D&D Building’s 50th Anniversary, Go Design Go has been tapping talented designers like John Douglas Eason, Robin Baron, Young Huh and many more for their answers to a series of questions inspired by 60’s pop culture. We’ve highlighted some of the best responses below and we hope that you’ll visit us at godesigngo.com to view all of their groovy videos for yourself.

Who would have been on your radio in the 1960’s?

What would your wardrobe have looked like?

The Rolling Stones

Steve McQueen

Mary McDonald

Robin Baron

The Supremes

The Beatles

Diana Ross

Who would have been your dream client?

Jimi Hendrix

Bianca & Mick Jagger

Jamie Drake

Martyn Lawrence Bullard Richard Burton & Liz Taylor

Sony & Cher John Douglas Eason

Young Huh

Micro-minis and Go-go Boots

Sean Connery as James Bond

Goldie Hawn

The D&D Building turns 50! New York City, 1965 - the Beatles played Shea Stadium, the World’s Fair was in full swing and the famous Northeast Blackout brought the year to a close. The corner of 58th street and 3rd Avenue had seen the demolition of the elevated trains making way for a more beautiful neighborhood. The D&D opened with a 225 space parking garage and ceiling heights over 9’, something not seen in commercial properties for the past 20 years. The very first showrooms included John Stuart & John Widdcomb styled with Picassos and Mondrians, Stark Carpet, Duralee and Scalamandre. One year later, due to complete occupancy and an overwhelming demand for more space, the 59th street wing was added. As part of an industry that views history and archives as equally important to trends and innovation, we see our 50th anniversary as a time to look back on how far we have come and gaze optimistically into the future. When Charles Cohen rescued the D&D Building from foreclosure in 1996, it had only seen two previous owners. His ever-evolving legacy includes upgrades to the lobby, transforming the common areas and façade and adding the iconic double-faced mosaic clock on the corner of 58th and 3rd. Over the years the DDB has enjoyed continued success and, while many other design buildings have tried, there still is only one D&D Building. It is incredible to believe that many of the most famous decorators and designers of the last half of a century – Dorothy Drap er, her cousin, Sister Parish, Albert Hadley, Mark Hampton and Mario Buatta – have walked these halls.The building has also seen some amazing clients from First Ladies like Laura Bush and celebrities like Jessica Lange and the Olsen twins; all driven by the desire to shop the world’s leading design resource center. The building currently leads a wide array of collaborations with the five major NYC design schools – FIT, NYSID, Parsons, Pratt and School of the Visual Arts – serving as an incubator where students are welcome to learn the professional side of the business through tours, internships, and events that inspire. Today’s students are the designers of the future and, since we plan to be here for another 50 years, they are very important to us. We would like to take this moment to thank our patrons; each one of you has played a part in our history and our success. It is with this in mind that we invite you to join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Decoration & Design Building.

The Boeing 747 makes it’s first public flight

1969

Design Trend: Chintz The world wide web debuts Flat screen televions for mass market Cohen Brothers Realty purchases the D&D Building

1996

Plans filed for a 17th story structure at 979 Third Avenue

1961 1960

1965 Design Trend: Plastics

Designer favorites Pinterest & Instagram launched

The Black & Decker Dust Buster to become their most succesful selling item in history

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Design Trend: Design for the masses

Ettore Sottsass, Memphis Design Carlton

Design Trend: Shag Carpeting Avocado Green & Harvest Gold

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1990

Designing Women debuts on CBS

1994

HGTV Launches

Happy 50th Anniversary!

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2010

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2015

Design Trend: The use of natural stone

Apple introduces the i-pod

1984

Decoration & Design Building by Architects David J & Earl Levy opens to the trade

The worlds first commercial cell phone by Motorola Technology: 3D printing and laser cutting greatly effect production processes

1977

The “I love NY” logo debuts

2008

Design Trend: Shabby Chic

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FALL MARKET 2O15 Mayor Bill de Blasio Sends Anniversary Wishes! Honoring the DDB on it’s 50th anniversary, Mayor Bill de Blasio sent kind wishes.

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PRODUCT NEWS Schumacher, Suite 832

JAB Anstoetz, Suite 102

For his first Schumacher collection, designer Miles Redd created a virtuosic selection of fabrics and wallcoverings to capture his singular approach to grand decorating and high style. From a handengraved chinoiserie print to a crisp linen stripe, the 11 designs epitomize Redd’s passion for classic decorating and his ability to translate it for the way we live today.

The Kinetic Velvet Collection by Chivasso available through JAB Anstoetz is a collection that combines cut velvets in graphic retro inspired patterns with geometrical designs reminiscent of the kinetic art of the 60’s and 70’s. These fabrics are all about dots and checks that come to life in the deep pile of the sumptuous velvet.

Christopher Spitzmiller, Suite 1818

Farrow & Ball, Suite 1519

Christopher Spitzmiller is proud to introduce the AH Breckenridge Étagère, the first piece in a new line of furniture, now available in two sizes and finishes through the Christopher Spitzmiller showroom.

Scalamandré, Suite 202 Inspired by its rich tradition of chinoiserie and exoticism, Scalamandré introduces a luxurious new collection of fabrics that are interpreted with a thoroughly modern eye. Plush velvets, intricate embroideries, linen prints and textured weaves layer with embroidered and velvet trimmings in a vibrant color palette.

Création Baumann, Suite 1522

British craftsman in paint and paper Farrow & Ball has taken inspiration from the charming Dorset countryside for its latest wallpaper collection. The three new designs are evocative of rural scenes with hazy grasses, endless hedgerows and pretty blossoms all represented. The wallpapers are available to purchase from showrooms, stockists and online beginning in September.

Walters, Suite 538 Introducing the Meridien collection by Ethimo – Italian style for outdoor living. Beautifully crafted high-end outdoor furniture for the residential and hospitality markets. The collection incorporates a comprehensive range of outdoor furniture built with highquality materials and attention to detail.

Knoll Textiles, Suite 1702

Creation Baumann presents the world’s first 118”, attractive, and functional Metal Base Collection featuring brass, copper, aluminum and steel backed fabrics. The sun’s reflection generates soft and diffused light free from glare, while simultaneously reducing heat. The collection is flameretardant with a protective layer against water stains, vapors, and corrosion.

The Adjaye Collection is a highly anticipated collaboration between David Adjaye and KnollTextiles Creative Director Dorothy Cosonas. The collection displays an extraordinary range of patterns and textures inspired by African geography, nature, and culture, as well as objects and textiles from the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. Swing by the Knoll Luxe Showroom to see the collection in full.

Christopher Peacock, 5th Floor Annex

Zoffany, Suite 409

The new Christopher Peacock Lambourne collection of cabinetry debuted this year at the 2015 Kips Bay Show House. A fresh take on classic traditional fitted furniture and a nod to the style and simple elegance of Flanders in Northern Belgium. The Collection exemplifies the ultimate in luxury and quality. The hardware, with a brushed brass finish and quiet elegance, also plays an important role. Please visit our showroom to view our cabinetry collections and finishes.

Featuring extravagant tropical motifs in exotic colorways, Amazilia embraces the current trend for bringing the outdoors in. This striking collection of prints, weaves and wallcoverings includes delicately depicted hummingbirds, botanically-drawn butterflies, fashionable feathers and glossy oversized leaves in an evocative color palette of luscious hues accented with daring brights.

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PRODUCT NEWS Lee Jofa, Suite 234

Waterworks Kitchen, Suite 134

The new Allegra Hicks printed linen collection, made from fine Belgian linen, is a fresh take on Allegra’s signature timeless and eclectic style. Like strolling through a cherry orchard full of colorful blossoms, the Garden Collection is a chic and beautiful blend of bold cerise red, meadow greens, sky and aqua blues and lilacs.

New Waterworks Kitchen hardware: robust and highly detailed, these jewels add personality and points of distinction. Choose from over 100 options of knobs, pulls, hinges and latches.

Mason-Art, Suite 506

Donghia, Suite 700

A statement of refined elegance with shockingly luxurious comfort, we are pleased to introduce the #98WF sofa. As with any Mason-Art design it is available as a sofa, sleeper sofa, chair or sectional and can be customized to your specific dimensional needs. www.Mason-Art.com

The 2015-2016 Armani / Casa Exclusive Textiles by Rubelli Collection is now available at Donghia. The new collection is composed of refined cannetés and decorative details that draw inspiration for antique armour, reinterpreted using geometric shapes to create a contemporary take on the motifs. A new color palette is introduced to the collection for the first time featuring strong jewel tones such as ruby red and jade green.

Jean de Merry, Suite 815

Brunschwig & Fils, Suite 1202

With a strong appreciation and respect for beauty, pedigree and integrity, Jean de Merry has created a stunning new lighting capsule collection that embodies the classic elements of design while still being original and personal. Never modish but always stylish and relevant, these pieces are the heirlooms of the future.

The brilliant prints, diverse weaves and intricate embroideries in Brunschwig & Fils’ Maisonnette collection work seamlessly to create vibrant rooms that feel as though they were collected over time. Offered in a variety of textures and color palettes, the designs reflect today’s highly personal style of decorating. Patterns of ethnic, traditional and contemporary genres are explored and combined in visionary new schemes featuring re-imagined B&F classics alongside brand new offerings.

Stark, Suite 1102

Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, Suite 903

Stark has launched a completely reimagined website, StarkCarpet.com, which puts new emphasis on collaboration among interior designers, their clients, and Stark account managers. New features include Stark Boards, a trade-only e-commerce experience for registered designers, and a dramatically improved Products section with enhanced search capabilities where designers can also request samples and in-home trials for area rugs.

The Aurora Credenza is a mahogany piece with metal accents. The Cascade Table melds wood and stainless steel for a minimal side table. The Quad Table can add geometric interest with a unique metal base. The Mandila Table in Bone is one of the first pieces ever made by Ambience in the early years and has now been reintroduced in bone and wood. Originally created in bone, the Charles cabinet is now also reinterpreted in wood.

Garrett Leather, Suite 1107

Arnitex, Suite 1207

Timeless Impressions consists of seven new patterns that may be embossed on most Garrett colors. As an extension of the Impress collection, designers may choose from 34 patterns in hundreds of leather colors. All Impress patterns are sold in half hide increments with a twoweek lead-time.

Introducing new collections from Casadeco – Whistler Leather, Prismatek, Wind, Texture and Swaffer. Also premiering the Ultrafabrics collection, the highest quality polyurethane fabrics on the market, now available directly to the design community through Arnitex. Ultrafabrics’ Greenguard Certified faux leathers are synonymous with luxury, durability and ease of care.

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PRODUCT NEWS Wolf-Gordon, Suite 413

Holly Hunt, Suite 503/605

Wolf-Gordon’s collaborations with global and emerging talent continue with a selection of interior surfacing products designed by Amsterdam-based design studio, Tjep and founder Frank Tjepkema. The Tjep Cubism collection features wallcoverings, an upholstery textile, and a sheer drapery fabric that explore patterning variations on the cube.

Great Plains debuts a new collection filled with vibrant, whimsical patterns and splashes of color. Linen blends are stocked pre-backed and stain treated in spring colors. A new raffia has extra stability woven with a strong cotton backing and is ready to ship in a wide range of colors.

Edelman Leather, Suite 207

Biasi Catani, Suite 813

Introducing the world’s most exquisite leather for interiors, the American Alligator Collection. With its provenance in the bayous of the South, each hide is artfully crafted into a work of natural beauty. With 17 colors, and two finishes, never before has such an exotic material been offered in an array of choices for the world of interior design.

Biasi Catani designers and artisans have created the Melrose Dining Table to suit the needs of any discriminating owner. In the company’s tradition of crafting fashionforward contemporary pieces from exotic and indigenous Brazilian woods, the Melrose tabletop is designed from the Louro Negro wood and the base is high black gloss finish. The table’s singular design features a beveled tabletop, replete with a built-in Lazy Susan for easy service and a boldly fashioned base for maximum legroom and comfortable seating.

Doris Leslie Blau, Suite 625

Kravet, Suite 324

DLB features the new Blucie Rug, a contemporary creation of hand-knotted wool and silk. Size: 12’4” x 9’1” Item # N11221

Waterworks Collection II for Kravet Soleil has redefined elegant performance fabrics with stylish and durable options for outdoor or indoor use. Featuring sophisticated designs infused with stripes, terries, waffles, matelassés, jacquards and textured solids in rich colors, Waterworks fabrics are the perfect complement to any environment.

Ochre, Suite 1109

The Silver Peacock, Suite 1208

Ochre presents the newest member to the Sable family of seating, the Sable Barstool. Designed with a metal frame and a brass foot bar, the Sable Barstool is clad in the finest Italian saddle leather with hand sewn pinched seams and scalloped corner details. Available in nine unique hand-dyed colors, which include evocative sea tones and rich berry hues. Shown here in Blackcurrant and Truffle.

Introducing Labrazel, a collection of luxury bath accessories made from some of the finest materials available produced by a network of small family workshops around the world. Each piece is carefully crafted to bring out the artisanal skills that make this collection unique. The collection is stocked and available for immediate delivery.

Pollack | Weitzner, Suite 1722 New for Fall at the Pollack|Weitzner Showroom: Pollack launches Fusion (shown top), a joyous collection of vibrant designs and fresh color stories that effortlessly represents their continued dedication to design and performance. Weitzner introduces New Renaissance (shown bottom), a rich world of fabrics and wallcoverings that draws from the distinctive coloring, varied textured and signature motifs of the Italian Renaissance.

J. Robert Scott, Suite 220 The Odile Sofa designed by Sally Sirkin Lewis was inspired by the graceful hand gestures of the character Odile in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. The art deco sofa features a band of high polished stainless steel that outlines the facing edges and top of the elegant 90” sofa, shown in Velvet Soie.

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PRODUCT NEWS Armani/Casa, Suite 1424 Presenting the new Armani/Casa 2015 collection, an aesthetic embracing luxurious styles and shapes. Inspired by an Eastern citizen of the world – sensitive to art and design, who expresses cross-cultural vision with precise, unmistakable touches – Armani/Casa’s 2015 collection blends creativity and craftsmanship in a timeless dream of perfection.

Andrew Martin International, Suite 532 Come visit Andrew Martin International to view our newly launched textile collections! See glam wovens in the Anthem upholstery collection and beautiful drapery weights in the Remix collection.

Fabricut, Suite 915

Jerry Pair & Associates, Suite 502

Stroheim celebrates 150 years as one of the most respected fabric houses in the decorating world. Its classical aesthetic has evolved with changing styles but continues to remain true to traditional design synonymous with the Stroheim name. Check out our new products and help us celebrate 150 years of Stroheim!

The Second Dynasty collection from No. 9 Thompson gives a luxurious new viewpoint and spirit to the original Dynasty Collection, which featured the hugely popular Enter the Dragons print. Moving our fresh take on chinoiserie even further, this season’s offering is presented with a more sophisticated feel. All designs are taken from Richard Smith’s original artwork. Stop by Jerry Pair to view the latest collections.

Studio K New York, Suite 842

Innovations, Suite 1717

Arte’s new Eclipse collection captivates the eye and thrills the touch with six graphic designs executed in black and white. Arte’s proprietary thermoforming process uses heat to press shapes into fabric, resulting in three-dimensional patterns that combine tactile surfaces with eye-catching plays between light and shadow.

Innovations drew from the start of their 40-year history in the development of their new collection of wallcoverings debuting this fall. Quirky characteristics of the 70s emerge, from glam metallic prints to subtle earthy tones. Color stories inspired by the geology of the earth; colorways derived from a vast spectrum of natural minerals. The collection includes a breadth of materials, natural fibers, woven textiles, metallic elements, and Type II vinyl to offer a versatile array of choices.

Léron Inc, Suite 1521

Martin Patrick Evan, Ltd, Suite 507

At Ease, Léron’s newest bed linen collection, features a wide assortment of colorful and vibrant 4-color plaids and stripes in high-end woven Swiss and Italian cotton. Each design borders our most popular 400 count Egyptian cotton. The unexpected use of traditional-looking fabrics makes At Ease at once fresh and classic.

Nature is powerful and strong and Martin Patrick Evan’s Tempesta rug captures its elusive essence – the dance of light and weather. The Tempesta rug is hand-tufted in wool and silk in a variety of qualities. It is available to the trade and made to order in your custom size and color.

Nella Vetrina, Suite 814

Crestron, Suite 407

Nella Vetrina launches their new collection of Shagreen leathers featuring stylish new shades of grey. Touch Shagreen is ideal for a wide range of furniture upholstery and with no plate lines is also suitable for leather wall upholstery. Preview the collection at Nella Vetrina’s new leather showroom. www. nellavetrina.com/leather

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Celebrating our 4-year anniversary in the DDB! Introducing our new Crestron shade fabrics, our enhanced binder includes more than 200 stunning new fabrics added to our Designer and Heritage collections. With nearly 400 fabrics to inspire your customers, Crestron ensures you’ll find the perfect style for every window and every room. Can’t stop in during market? Check out our new online fabric gallery and order samples of your favorites. www.crestron.com


PRODUCT NEWS Avery Boardman, Suite 414 The entrance of the Avery Boardman showroom is adorned with an array of new custom pieces inspired by Pollack’s bold new Fusion Collection. The result of this collaboration? A contemporary collection that may challenge the perceptions of some, and signals still more changes to come.

Robert Allen, Suite 301 Designing custom furniture has never been easier. We’ve developed an easy solution for you to quickly and conveniently craft to-the-trade quality pieces, all with a simple pricing structure. Our furniture program continues to expand and now includes upholstered headboards, dining room chairs, occasional furniture, as well as chairs, sofas and sectionals. This robust selection of furniture meets the high quality construction we are known for with our fabrics.

Ebanista, Suite 1602 The exquisite St. Dennis Console has arrived. Featuring a weathered ivory finish and a shaped and polished brown veined stone top with dupont edge; this new addition to the much-admired Collection Ten showcases Ebanista’s signature charm. Offered with 22k antiqued gold or antiqued silver detailing.

John Rosselli & Associates, Suite 1800 We are pleased to announce our newest collections from Ankasa, Mourne Linens, and the Mary McDonald Collection. We are also happy to introduce new product from David Iatesta, O’Henry House, and Ironware! With all of this new product you will not want to miss the John Rosselli & Associates Showroom!

Nancy Corzine, Suite 804

Rodolph, Suite 818

View the stunning selection of chenilles, sheers and linens at Nancy Corzine, all part of our new 2015 collection.

The magic of Merlin, an enchanting furlike print, is sumptuous as upholstery or luxurious when draped at the window. Available in 14 colors. Juxtapose, is a striking graphic design of Vano’s Zadic. Available in 9 colors.

Baccarat, Suite 1005

Thibaut, Suite 615

The Krysta lamp, designed by the talented Parisian duo Gilles & Boissier to illuminate the first Baccarat Hotel & Residences in New York, is the largest table lamp ever crafted by Baccarat. This obelisk of light features a pleated cylindrical lampshade, and its geometrical lines make it a timeless design.

Choosing the road well-traveled, Thibaut presents the Trade Routes collection of coordinating wallpaper, print and embroidered fabrics. Patterns were inspired by handcrafted and primitive techniques from faraway places. Stop by our newly redecorated showroom to browse our latest collections and experience a fresh vignette of Thibaut Fine Furniture.

Anichini, Suite 923

David Sutherland Showroom, Suite 401

Our new Empire sheeting is made from 100% Egyptian cotton, woven in Italy. Inspired by a Manhattan landmark, this bold, art-deco herringbone jacquard is offset by a narrow one inch plain sateen flange and a wide sateen turn back on the top sheet. Modern elegance defined.

Perennials® Luxury Performance Fabrics adds to their assortment of indoor & outdoor pillows with their newest collection Stitched Up, available now. The 14 new pattern offerings that include embroidery, applique & soutache techniques are all stitched using 100% solution-dyed acrylic yarns, ensuring the same color steadfastness and durability that Perennials is known for. Each pillow can be fully customized down to the stitching color.

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PRODUCT NEWS Osborne & Little, Suite 520 Matthew Williamson’s Cubana collection conjures up the glamour and excitement of pre-revolutionary Cuba in the era of Hemingway and his contemporaries in this exotic collection of decorative fabrics and wallpapers. Colors, which are imported directly from Matthew’s high fashion designs for the catwalk, include jade, peach, coral, turquoise, fuchsia, grass and ultramarine.

Jenn-Air, 5th Floor Annex Jenn-Air brand’s new sleek, dual convection wall oven featuring the first of its kind fully functioning mobile app experience will be available this fall. The app will give users control of the oven’s functions and performance from their smartphones and tablets, including cooking innovations unique to Jenn-Air.

Designtex, Suite 232 Designtex Made to Measure offers designers the opportunity to create unique, customizable wallcovering solutions. Each wallcovering is available with an array of options. These may vary by imagery, color, subject or scale, specified across a wall or individually by panel. Select from many options to compose a unique configuration.

Made Goods, Suite 715 Stop by the Made Goods showroom to view pieces from our new fall 2015 collection, and enjoy drinks and snacks on us! With our usual focus on unique and striking materials, our newest pieces include a bevy of fun accent tables, statement furniture and an assortment of aweinspiring accessories.

Vaughan, Suite 1511

Chesney’s, Suite 1119

Vaughan is introducing the Penn and Tring desk lamps to their task lighting collection, available in brass and nickel. These classic desk lights are inspired by 1950’s designs. The Penn desk lamp is shown here in the brass finish.

Chesney’s has released four new mantels designed by Eric Cohler. The collection includes the Ealing, the Pittsburgh, the Griffin and the Glasglow.

Houlès, Suite 919

Studio Van den Akker, Suite 1510

The simplest detail makes all the difference. Introducing our new leather piping cord in 54 vivid colors and our faux leather piping & double cord, multi–colored braid (shown) and unique contrast-stitch piping cord (shown) in 26 bright colors plus black & white patent leather. Brilliant simplicity!

The Charles Daybed is upholstered in moss green velvet with a tufted seat and two bolster pillows. Its frame is stained ash with details of un-lacquered brass bolts. This daybed is a perfect example of the bold, modernist approach found at Studio Van den Akker. The Charles Daybed was inspired by the mid century European modernism movement and designed to work with the Charles Club Chair and Charles Sofa. It can be ordered in a variety of woods and finishes, with or without the tufted mattress.

Vondom, Suite 1532

Lutron, Suite 138

Vondom is excited to introduce the Ulm Collection by Ramón Esteve. Other new items include the Frame sectionals and the Vela shelving system by Ramón Esteve, and the Africa chair, the Wall Street chair, and the Pedrera chair all by Eugeni Quitllet.

The Palladiom QS keypad provides a beautiful architectural aesthetic with a sleek, minimalist design that compliments any décor. The keypad is available with a variety of customization options and is versatile enough for any project – including high-end residences, hotel guest rooms and high-end commercial applications in restaurants, retail spaces, ballrooms and conference rooms.

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PRODUCT NEWS Liora Manné, Suite 1811

Cowtan & Tout, Suite 1022

View Liora Manné’s new fall 2015 line. Liora has punched up the color and rounded out the collection this fall with a range of lively colors and timeless neutrals. These inspired patterns can be customized in any shape, color, and size, and can be used as fabrics, wallcoverings, and floor coverings. Come by our showroom to discover the ways you can make Lamontage designs your own.

Introducing Cowtan & Tout’s 2015 collection, a kaleidoscope of decorative weaves, prints and embroideries. Exotic and graphic motifs translated through a luxurious, classic lens provide a rich offering of fabrics. On view now in our showroom. For more information visit www.cowtan.com.

Classic Rug Collection, Inc., Suite 1805

Hines & Company, Suite 1010

Rug designer Barbara Barran is introducing her newest collection, Natural History, a group of hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs based on nature themes. These finely crafted rugs feature imaginatively rendered images of birds, flowers, fish, and other sea creatures executed in New Zealand wool and pure silk. Shown: Floating Fish.

Hines & Company proudly premiers Pavoni leather. Pavoni takes great pride in its heritage, artisan craftsmanship and first grade leathers, all of which are 100% sourced, created and finished in Italy. Pavoni offers an abundance of hides in both plain and stamped finishes available in an astonishing array of colors.

Rogers & Goffigon, Suite 1718

Forbes & Lomax, Suite 1502

Rogers & Goffigon has a new fabric, Dalloway, that has been created with a look similar to hand-woven fabric, combining weaves of twill and bird’s eye in multiple colors. Thus multi-use fabric is ideal for slipcovers, upholstery, draperies and accessories.

Forbes & Lomax, specialty designers of high-end light switches and outlets, have created Verdigris, a new finish that appeals to both traditional and contemporary architects and interior designers. The plates are hand finished to produce a slightly variable effect, making each plate unique, which adds to the distinctive look. Verdigris plates are available in all the usual styles including low voltage push buttons to be integrated with home automation systems and electrical outlets.

Zimmer + Rohde, Ltd., Suite 932

Lapicida, Annex Suite 111

The beauty of today’s interiors emerges from the harmonious juxtaposition of the unexpected. With an emphasis on the uniting influence of color, the Harmony Collection brings together traditional with contemporary, formal with casual, textural with smooth, dry with luster, all framed by the Hodsoll McKenzie signature look of natural elegance.

Warp & Weft, Suite 1203 The triptych “Sky” presents three distinctive designs inspired by the ever-changing wonder of our planet. A renowned singer-songwriter K.D. Lang said, “The Sky is an infinite movie to me. I never get tired of looking at what’s happening up there,” and we could not agree more! The rugs are woven at 120 knots per sq. inch in Nepal and get finished and washed in Switzerland for exceptional softness, luster and soilresistance. Available in 9’x12’ and made to custom size and colors.

Reclaimed Alternatives: Lapicida’s latest offerings are cost effective variations on the brand’s most popular, core reclaimed products. In response to the high-demand for antique stone, Lapicida introduces eight new products. Each stone is newly cut and hand distressed to resemble an authentic antique, allowing Lapicida to provide the look in larger quantities.

Pierre Frey, Suite 1611 Pierre Frey introduces Impératrice Eugénie, a collection of wallcoverings by Braquenie that is both classically elegant and exotically refined. Inspired by the Second Empire and Eastern influences, the designs come to life with the added dimension of raw silk, a cloth once reserved for princes and maharajas.

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