DIFFA stands for ‘Design Industry Foundation Fighting Aids’. Annually at the AD Home Show, many different organizations from manufacturers to schools, create over the top, out of the box, creative dining experiences for all to view.
The Architectural Digest Home Show 2015 on Pier 92, in NYC was great this year. Lots of talented artisans and exhibitors. Here are some of my favorites…
“I’m a photographic artist. I work with many different subjects and styles, always in series form, always with a focus on what I consider to be visual seduction. Probably what’s most unique about what I do is how I freely improvise in my use of the digital editing process to create images that surprise and even confound the eye…
During a recent trip, I visited the beautiful NEW Aspen Art Museum in Colorado. The exterior Woven Wood Screen has an intricate quality when viewed close up, and evokes curiosity from far away. The award winning Japanese Architect, Shigeru Ban, designed this 33,000 sq ft. structure to “create a harmony between Aspen’s existing architecture and the surrounding natural beauty…
We had a great time walking through the NY NOW furniture and accessory show at the Javitz center in NYC. This year there were some great items to see….
Scott’s primary focus of his work is to depict motion. He takes a unique approach to his photography, capturing the synergy of movement, energy and emotion of the subject matter.
Wallpaper is back and another new Trend. This hand made Chinese wallpaper was created from a team of artists in Shanghai China! An elegant mural on silk paper for a dining room.
Tim’s collage work regularly appears in The New York Times, The Nation, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2010 his collages were featured in Print Magazine and in a new book by Steven Heller. Clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Harvard Business Review, The Nation, Canadian Business, Time Warner, Condé Nast, Xerox, Exxon, The History Channel, Workman Publishing, and Rodale Press, among many others.
November 2014 Newsletter: Hot Trends for 2015
The Fall Market week in High Point, North Carolina in October was really great this year!
Lots of people, manufacturers and socializing. It is always an inspiring trip and allows us to bring you specific insights into what you should look out for that is trending next year, in 2015.
My annual dedication to honoring the victims from 911, included a visit to the 911 Museum, located on the actual site of where the twin towers once resided. It was a humbling experience to walk the foot print of these buildings, viewing the remains of the steel footings that have been preserved, and see bent pieces of steel and structural pieces.
What do you do with those old tennis balls? Make furniture! This chair is so fun!