AD Show 2017 has an incredible exhibitors list for this month’s edition, especially when talking about lighting design
The prestigious Architectural Digest Design Show will be back for another edition this month from 16th to 19th in the beautiful city of New York! A curated presentation of design, with over 400 brands and 40000 design enthusiasts, where it’s possible to admire the works of the world’s best designers and get to know the latest trends in the industry.
The event will take place at Piers 92 & 94 and will showcase a diversified range of exhibitions that include furniture, accessories, kitchen, bathroom and of course, lighting. AD Show 2017 is a great opportunity to get in touch with today’s emerging talents and top brands for an exchange of ideas and professional networking, and at the same time, get the right inspiration and furniture items for your next projects.
Since lighting is one of the most important things when it comes to interior design, today at Luxxu Blog we decided to select 9 Lighting Design Exhibitors that stand out for their creativity and selection of materials. Take a look!
DELIGHTFULL’s vision is focused on the best combination of high quality design and high quality craftsmanship. Their pieces not only illuminate interiors but also add strong design presence to a space with their unique forms. DELIGHTFULL’s world is about ambiance, history, moments that stay forever through lighting designs created by artisans with wisdom and passion for craftsmanship.
IMMERLIT PORCELAIN LIGHTING
Every immerLit piece is individually designed and handcrafted with distinct aesthetic qualities both with and without the presence of light. Modern in their ‘complex simplicity’, immerLit porcelain is customizable – from size, to shape, to glaze color. immerLit offers this exciting, alternate & rare use of porcelain as a way to elegantly illuminate indoor spaces.
IACOLI & MCALLISTER
IACOLI & MCALLISTER is a Seattle based design studio offering a furniture, lighting and object product line, and is available for commissions and large scale work. They are dedicated to using US manufacturing to make pieces that embody an ethos of beauty, quality and style.
Rayon Roskar has spent 19 years honing a niche sensibility, focusing on the early to mid-century Swiss design with particular emphasis on Alfred Muller’s technical lighting systems and the Swiss lighting design power house BAG TURGI. Their aim is to discover and recover works of designers, artist and creatively skilled craftsmen particularly the anonymous talents who entertain their imagination and dreams.
Buyoant NYC designs and fabricates hand crafted light fixtures that aim at a simple sophistication and elegance, while expressing a sculptor’s heritage and a love for material, form, and industry. LED technology brings each piece to life and makes them incredibly energy efficient and long lasting.
Allied Maker is a New York-based design and manufacturing studio run by Ryden & Lanette Rizzo. All of Allied Maker’s pieces are designed by the company’s founder Ryden Rizzo. Every piece is handcrafted in Allied Maker’s workshop. Allied Maker is committed to manufacturing the highest-quality lighting that is entirely made in the USA.
STUDIO ENDO is a furniture and lighting design company committed to optimizing natural materials and creating one of a kind products that transform spaces. Inspired by bold yet refined elements, every tells a story reflects the aesthetic principles of traditional and modern Japanese culture.
DAVID D’IMPERIO, INC.
The David D’Imperio lighting studio is located in a historic 1880’s post office building. Today it incorporates our design studio, metal shop, wood shop, finishing room, and photo studio.It’s an environment for merging traditional craftsmanship with industrial technology.
By building on traditional techniques while focusing on fine design, Hubbardton Forge has become one of the most respected brands in the lighting industry. Their award-winning team of designers takes inspiration from everywhere – the natural world, sculptures, architecture and their own innate sense of form and function.