The 16th annual event celebrates both incredible design and innovation and features a vast range of brands, both established and emerging. From furniture and lighting to flooring and art, the show highlights the best design from across the board.
See a full list of exhibitors, here as well as purchase tickets to the event.
An industry leader in the flooring business, Relative Space, and Gotham PR client, is ready for the New Year. As an exciting brand relaunch takes off, the eco-friendly flooring company is ready to share their impeccable work via a new website and updated social media outlets.
With the reintroduction of the company newsletter and a genius reinvention of Relative Space branding, it is clear that expectations are high for 2017.
Visit Relative Space on facebook as well as their new site, here for a glimpse into the sustainable company’s news updates and revolutionizing work.
Gotham Public Relations Inc [GOTHAM PR NEW YORK] opens 2014 with a trove of business, marketing and public relations accolades on behalf of our illustrious Clients, nationally and globally.
We’ll be announcing all new Agency of Record Clients in January 2014. We opened our new Agency offices in SoHo and launched a new website at http://www.gothampr.com with special client and industry features showcased at wearegothampr.tumblr.com
Here are a few 2013 highlights from the Gotham PR team in SoHo. We custom-service a dozen Marketing PR Client campaigns annually, in tandem with ongoing business development activities.
In 2014, we’ll work on campaigns in Basel, LA, London, Miami, Mexico City, Milan, New York, Paris, Rio, Sao Paolo and Washington DC among other world cities.
Brett Johnson Collection
We launched the brand in 5 major markets — with special entertainment, sports and creative events produced in LA, NYC & NJ, Miami, and WDC in high-profile venues. Our Agency grew the business and placed this new menswear outerwear and accessories collection into boutiques and national retailers; built the sales, marketing, photography and advertising teams too. We debuted Brett Johnson designs in publications ranging from Interview and Nylon Guys to Huffington Post Style, Elite Traveler, Black Enterprise and Culture Complex, Upstart Business, Sportswear International and Footwear News, Rhapsody and Hudson Mod Magazines, among many others. The brand goes global through a series kicking-off in London, early 2014.
Gotham PR New York collaborated with Flavor Paper founder Jon Sherman to celebrate the 10th Anniversary onsite of the now-iconic design and manufacturing company located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Brand new Flavor Paper collections with Spring Maquettes and an Andy Warhol x Flavor Paper custom wallpaper series, as well as dedictaed exhibits and sales at MoMA and ICFF, The Brooklyn Historical Society and Art Basel Miami Beach, were widely published in Architectural Digest to The Architect’s Newspaper, Elle Decor, Interior Design Magazine and Interiors & Sources, Architects & Artisans, The Editor at Large and Lonny Magazine, Curbed, Dwell, Design Hunting and City Modern, plus The New York Times; among numerous others, targeting both the architectural design, hospitality and residential consumer audiences.
Legendary award-winning architect Peter Gluck & Associates worked with the Gotham PR team to reposition GLUCK+ with a special series kick-off hosted by Metropolis Magazine, facilitated in tandem with Pentagram and Openhousenewyork. GLUCK+ debuted THE STACK in New York City’s Inwood neighborhood to feature coverage in Architect to FastCoDesign, NewYork1-TV, CNN International, The New York Times Real Estate section and International Business Times, as the first building of its kind.
Hudson Furniture Inc
Gotham PR New York as Agency of Record for the visionary Hudson Furniture and extraordinary designer Barlas Baylar, assisted in the opening of new showrooms in Singapore and Korea, in addition to the original NYC flagship. The World of Interiors cohosted Hudson’s annual design open-showroom VIP architectural design event, and a brand new catalog and monograph about the eight year-old collection was published; along with numerous features in global design and lifestyle tomes.
Gotham PR New York positioned and launched the brand new New York offices and design studio at Laguarda.Low Architects in the Flatiron District; an award-winning, large-scale global commercial and mixed-use architectural firm, which builds contemporary destinations for retail and living, on four continents.
MA & AAStudio
Gotham PR as Agency of Record for both Morris Adjmi Architects and AAStudio, Aldo Andrelio Architects, produced a dedicated Marketing PR campaign with press, A&D industry leaders and top developers across multiple high-end residential and mixed-use projects throughout New York and across the country. Details about individual properties for each firm may be found at http://www.ma.com and http://www.aastudio.com, respectively. These award-winning architects collaborated with Gotham PR to generate features in publications ranging from The Real Deal and Curbed New York, to Crains New York Business, The New York Times, The Architect’s Newspaper, Wall Street Journal, Dwell, Interior Design, FastCo Design, Monocle, Travel and Leisure ‘Best Hotel Award’; among others.
Michael Dawkins Home
Gotham Public Relations debuted this global design emporia, located on New York’s ‘designer’s way’ in December 2013, much to the delight of New York’s design cognoscenti. A series of designer, developer and architectural design industry events are being produced by the Gotham PR team in 2014 at the multi-level showroom, with tandem actvities to be held in Miami in the original Design District venue for the brand.
With flagships in Toronto and New York, Relative Space has become the go-to for architects and designers the world over for sustainably engineered flooring, textiles, cladding and concepts. Gotham PR has been Agency of Record since 2010 for the company and affiliated global brands.
Valerie Goodman Gallery
Representing designer-artists of collectible furnishings, objet d’art and lighting, the gallery works with the Gotham PR team in New York and Paris to educate and raise awareness about the design inspirations and dedicated exhibits of artists that include Jacques Jarrige and Adrien de Melo from France, as well as Cristina Salusti in The States, among others.
New York-based artist and designer Pryor Callaway might have caught your eye at the recent inaugural Boffo Show House during ICFF in New York. For the future-themed bedroom at the experimental exhibition curated by Andrew Yes, she supplied cast-fiberglass mannequins echoed by figural wall projections and crisscrossed with light strips. Or, you might have seen one of her sinuous Odalisque polyester-resin benches or organ-themed Aorta stools in another exquisite interior. Her most recent exhibition was a brief pop up at the nearby Relative Space, one of the sponsors of the Boffo Show House and a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of floor covering and cladding. For Relative’s “Futuristic Woman,” Callaway again used mannequins, this time embellished with linear glass beads glued on one by one, feathers, and gold vinyl. Surrounding the mannequins were 2,000 black cocktail straws arranged to resemble a vortex. The exhibit debuted last week and was also live-broadcast at Artists Take Times Square.
“Powerful,” “Undefinable,” “Solar,” and “Fierce” installed at Relative Space. Photo by Karin Kohlberg [see link for photos]
According to the artist’s statement the show was, “An installation providing a catalyst to solicit the powerful woman of the future. This mixed media installation comments on the currently evolving woman. Utilizing the mannequin as the device, four unique, bold identities of future women are portrayed: powerful, undefinable, solar, and fierce. Through meticulously executed embellishments of glass beads, feathers, and vinyl, each identity is illuminated and revealed with a provocative intensity, subversively linking the energy of the woman with her mystical, evolving future self. These women are not victims. They do not conform. They are time travelers, breaking barriers. They discomfort some, dazzle others.” Next up from Callaway is a sonic-interactive exhibit with New York’s nonprofit Eyebeam Art + Technology Center tentatively slated for the fall.
“Fierce” installed at Relative Space. Photo by Stephen Smith [see link for photos]
Agency Clients Relative Space and Vorwerk are pleased to announce their support of a new exhibit and thought leading A&D series:
‘Made in USA – German Architects in New York’
Exhibition location: German Consulate General 871 United Nations Plaza (49th Street and 1st Avenue), New York
Made in USA—German Architects in New York features the work of seven architects from Germany based in New York City. The exhibition highlights excellence in design and architecture, and celebrates the contribution that German architects have made to the city’s vibrant architecture scene. The exhibition will showcase a recent building by each of the architects and provide an overview of their practices; on view daily starting March 1st through 23rd in New York.
*Roundtable discussion with participating architects will take place March 6th at 6pm, at the Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, hosted by the Goethe-Institut New York, Wyoming Building, 5 East 3rd Street (at Bowery).
*Free Admission to the exhibition, opening and roundtable discussion.
RSVP required for exhibition opening on March 1, 2012 (6-8PM) via germanconsulatenyc[at]gmail.com
Tobias Armborst is a founding partner of Interboro Partners, an office of architects, urban designers, and planners who work together to improve the urban environment with innovative and experimental design ideas. Co-founded by Tobias Armborst, Daniel D’Oca, and Georgeen Theodore, Interboro has won many awards, including the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program in 2011, the AIA New York Chapter’s New Practices Award, and the Architectural League’s Emerging Voices and Young Architects Awards. Tobias is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Studies at Vassar College.
Philipp von Dalwig, AIA is co-founder and principal of MANIFOLD Architecture Studio (MAS) in collaboration with his partner Kit von Dalwig. MAS’s body of work includes the completion of building projects in New York, both commercial and residential, design strategies and innovative environmental design solutions.
MAS has been featured in numerous publications including the New York Times, Oculus, and Frame, among others, was awarded the AIA New York Chapter’s New Practices Award in 2010, and participated in the São Paolo Architecture Biennial in 2011. Philipp teaches at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and is the co-chair of the NPNY committee at the AIA New York Chapter.
Thomas Leeser is principal of Leeser Architecture, an award-winning and internationally recognized architecture office. Projects include the winning competition entry to design an iconic hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and the first prize competition entry to the World Mammoth and Permafrost Museum in Siberia. Completed projects include the expansion and renovation of New York’s Museum of the Moving Image and the 3LD Performing Arts Center in Lower Manhattan. Leeser Architecture has currently working on a number of buildings in Bangkok, Abu Dhabi, and in Brooklyn, New York.
Jürgen Riehm, FAIA, BDA is founding partner and principal of 1100 Architect together with David Piscuskas, FAIA. 1100 Architect is an architecture office based in New York with a branch office in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, with a noted track record and a wide range of award-winning projects in housing, workplace, retail, education, libraries, and art-related projects.
Annabelle Selldorf, FAIA is principal of Selldorf Architects, an internationally acclaimed architecture office with award winning work in the US, Europe and Asia. Well known for the renovation of the Neue Galerie New York the firm has recently completed an iconic residential tower and several art galleries in Chelsea, New York. Selldorf Architects is currently building a state of the art recycling center in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Thomas Warnke is principal of space4a, an emerging architecture office whose work has been featured in the New York Times, among other publications. Warnke is merging the professions of architecture and real estate development to arrive at notable new work.
Tom Winter, AIA is principal of Tom Winter Architects, an emerging practice based in Brooklyn, NY. His work includes object design to single family residences to larger-scale design. The office is currently designing a cutting edge eight-story mixed-use building across from Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City.
The exhibition is curated by Matthias Neumann, principal of normaldesign, based in Brooklyn, New York. For further info please contact Matthias Neumann at firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition and event is made possible through the generous support of Relative Space, Vorwerk, Poggen Pohl and Seele.
Conversations in Design produced by the Interior Design Show (IDS) is an annual 1-day design symposium offering exposure to the most creative people and ideas helping you to build your architecture and design practice. This once a year event is hosted by Agency Client Relative Space located in Toronto, with a showroom also located in New York. Additional sponsors for this third-annual gathering include the City of Toronto, Rado and Audi.
With an agenda to inspire and innovate, this year’s theme: Trailblazers and Trendspotters features a medley of 12 internationally acclaimed interior designers, architects, manufacturers, retailers, critics, curators, and industry leaders who will speak on what they look for when they design, create, manufacture, collect or commission contemporary design.
More information about this year’s speaker roster which includes visionaries Amy Lau, Karim Rashid, Chee Perlman, John Edelman & Stephen Burks among others, please visit: http://conversationsindesign.com/