5 Must-See Designers at the Architectural Digest Design Show

This weekend marks the 15th annual Architectural Digest Design Show, and a new milestone in the form of a more refined name to reflect the show’s impeccably high standards of luxury home design. Across the vast register of over 400 exhibitors, everything from furniture to fixtures, art objects to textiles and more can be found. Here are just a few of those many exciting things to see.

Design duo A Space create one-of-a-kind pieces of decorative objects and furniture which form a harmony between nature and craft. [read more]

Jan Kath‘s handwoven rugs have set the standard of modern textile design. Working exclusively in high quality materials using traditional methods, the designs themselves reflect the same principals of quality and culture. Each collection showcases a new take on an old classic, always in vivid colours which could brighten any room. [read more]

Using solid wood and highly skilled technical know-how, Kino Guerin creates unique pieces of furniture which are sturdy and fluid, seeming effortless and always finished to luxurious standards. [read more]

Inspired by early 20th Century design and cultural movements, DELIGHTFULL‘s Coltrane lighting is sleek and atmospheric, evoking the same free-spiritedness and talent of the jazz musician it’s named after. [read more]

Represented by IMASTERI, the designer behind De Castelli comes from a long line of blacksmiths, and takes all that he has learned from his heritage to create intriguing furniture design. Working largely in iron, stainless-steel, brass, and copper, his work combines traditional methods with modern technology. [read more]

Architectural Digest Design Show will be on from 17th until 20th March 2016. For more information visit

March 17th, 2016 by TRIBU Magazine