The High Point Market Authority has teamed up with several partners to accept furniture donations from exhibitors following the close of Fall Market. These donations will aid in the relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Florence in the eastern part of North Carolina.
Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC) is offering interior designers and other members of the trade an opportunity to lease office space on the second floor of Building A. The design offices provide nearly 20 work spaces with benefits that include flexible space sizes, competitive rates, negotiable term length, conference room, break room, valet parking, 24-hour receiving, on-site restaurant/bar, 24-hour security in a centralized location.
Tina Nicole, principal designer and co-founder at Los Angeles-based Nathan Anthony Furniture, has earned a fifth International Design and Architecture Award (IDAA), for Nathan Anthony’s AERIE occasional chair.
Registration for 2019 Winter Las Vegas Market is now open at www.lasvegasmarket.com/register. The Market, which runs Jan. 27 – 31, 2019, offers more than 4,000 cross-category furniture, home décor and gift resources across three buildings and two pavilions.
Intiaro, an industry leader in immersive 3D visualization solutions for design-oriented brands and interior design professionals, is launching a new version of its Augmented Reality enabled 3D Product Configurator during this week’s High Point market.
The Commerce & Design (C&D) building will house more than 20 showrooms that will debut hundreds of home furnishings and accessories product lines during the High Point Fall Market, Oct. 13-17.
The Design Network (TDN), a leader in online-TV programming featuring celebrity designers, recently announced the launch of eDesign, a new platform for connecting consumers with qualified interior designers.