AD Home Design Show: Finds From the Floor

AD Home Design Show: Finds From the Floor

Calico’s artisanal wallpaper.

This morning, the AD Home Design Show opened at Pier 94 in Manhattan to the A&D trade and members of the press. AN is proud to be a media sponsor of the 12th edition, which includes seminars in the Jenn-Air Master Class Studio and approximately 40 unique dining installations at Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids’ (DIFFA) Dining by Design NY 2013. Additionally, more than 400 brands were on site with their latest offerings and following are a few that caught our eye.

Miele’s Brilliant White Plus.

Calico, a new company hailing from Brooklyn, New York that was formed during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, produces large scale wall paper in non-repeating marbleized patterns (pictured at top). Artist Rachel Mosler begins by marbleizing paper swatches, which designer Nick Cope adapts for interiors on handmade cotton paper produced by Dieu Donné.

Miele‘s full suite of culinary appliances, including a 30-inch convection oven, steam oven, speed oven, whole bean coffee system, and plate and cup warmer, are now available in a glass-fronted white finish that highlights the products’ chrome handles and supports Navitronic touch controls. The new finish, Brilliant White Plus, facilitates a seamless visual across all of Miele’s collections in one of the year’s strongest interior colors (above).

Skram Furniture’s Piedmont Conference Table.

Skram, a North Carolina-based furniture company, produces two versions of the Piedment Conference Table: Standard and Limited Edition. The Standard model is available in six different material options of solid timber construction with a wafer cut edge, while the Limited Edition is constructed from two book-matched wide plank timber slabs. Look for the table constructed from red gum timber at the AD Home Show this weekend.

Sonneman’s Axes

Sonneman—A Way of Light is introducing more than 130 new products during the show in New York; one of which is Axes. An LED pendant in the spirit of De Stijl, the fixture can be hung as a solitary luminaire or repeated in a unique pattern of three dimensional layers. A variety of colors and finishes are also available.

Multidisciplinary design firm Workstead, with dual locations in Brooklyn and New York’s Hudson valley, specializes in architecture, interior design, lighting, furniture, and exhibition projects. The Industrial Chandelier can be reconfigured in various orientations to hang between 36- and 62-inches from the ceiling. Both vertical and horizontal arms measure 30 inches in length.

Workstead Industrial Chandelier