Everything you should see at AD Design Show!

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Only one day to go and then we can once again enjoy talent from all over the globe. Big or small companies, they all flock to Pier 92 & 94 on the 21st of March. For four days we get to enjoy the designs, innovations and so much more. With over 400 companies visiting, you might, however, get a bit lost. So here is everything you should definitely see at AD Design Show!

Entrance of AD Design Show at Pier 94 in New York.

Everything you should see at AD Design Show!

The AD Design Show includes 7 different parts. From different exhibitions to special projects. We will discuss them all here.


In this part of the AD Design Show, furniture brands, designers, etc. will represent their new designs and innovations for indoor and outdoor furniture. You can find furniture, lighting, decorations and much more  in all styles imaginable.

The Vaughan lighting stand at the Furnish exhibition.

You can also head over to the “Naula” lounge that is in line with Furnish exhibition. Here you can talk to other professionals and even follow workshops.

The van Collier collection at the Furnish exhibition.


In the Made exhibition of the AD Design Show you can admire the work of over 160 artists and designers from all over the world. You can find original art pieces from paintings to lighting. This year you can also discover more than 70 new artists. The made exhibition allows you to get in touch with amazing professional artist and purchase or special order their products. It is also the only place to find so many amazing pieces in one place.

The Allied maker stand at the Made exhibition.
The products from Bones-studio at the Made exhibition.


At the Refresh exhibition you can find all the product debuts, innovations in technology and design, etc. for your kitchen, bathroom and other luxury appliances. Over 80 companies will introduce new products this year. So, it is certainly worth a stop.

The Rohl stand at the Refresh exhibition.

Furthermore, also swing by “the at home with AD” lounge. This year the AD Design Show took inspiration from Home Decorators Collection for the interior of the lounge. They mostly focussed on the latest design trends, furnishing features and accessories from the Home Decorators Collection. You can enjoy a delicious meal here and meet influencers, Christina and Robert of New Darlings and Will Taylor of Bright Bazaar on saturday and sunday.

The Dacor stand at the Refresh exhibition.


The Bellocq tea stand at the shop exhibition.

In the Shop section at the AD Design Show, you can find 15 boutiques like Borough Furnace, Harlem Candle, Keap, etc. They offer pillows, throw blankets, accessories, decor pieces, etc. for immediate purchase.

The Borough Furnace boutique at the shop exhibition.


A showstopper each year at the AD Design Show is the AD Apartment. This year the AD Apartment is designed by one of the new creatives, namely Sasha Bikoff. She put her own style into the apartment and it shows. The apartment just screams “edgy but modern” with the typical whimsical world signature by Sasha Bikoff. The apartment is to reflect the spirit of an uptown girl in a downtown world.

Sasha Bikoff at one of her Apartment projects.

Bikoff used a unique design pairing and a colorful style to tie the apartment into one flowing piece. She also used remarkable products which break design rules. Bikoff’s reaction to that was that “Decorating should reflect who we are, regardless of design rules” and we can only agree.


New this year is the VIP Trade Lounge. With a special badge you have access to the lounge all four days. You can take your time there to relax, but also to network and work with clients.


One of the Dining experiences at Diffa's Dining by Design.

Diffa’s Dining by Design NY is a unique dining experience. 25 national and international designers decorated the Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids restaurant with unique and creative dining installations. Besides they also hold a silent auction on Thursday and have a gala night on Monday to close the AD Design Show with the donations that go to AIDS and HIV research. You do have to buy a ticket in advance but not only is it for a good cause it is also worth your while to be surrounded by amazing design while you eat.

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