NEW YORK—One of the highlights of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show is the Dining by Design installations featuring glamourous dining environments—from modern, to rustic, color-infused and fabric-inspired—and the latest in dining trends, including tables, seating, place settings and linens. The showcase includes a silent auction benefitting DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS).
All photos by Arts Observer
The Dining by Design showcase featured more than two dozen installations, including a dining atmosphere by Marimekko, in background. Top of page, Underwater-themed installation by Resource Furniture.
By Goil Amornvivat, Thomas Morbitzer and Tietz-Baccon.
Place setting at dining table designed by Eric Warner for Aesthete Ltd.
Louvered walls define the dining space by Mark Cunningham Inc.
Dining space by RDYC Interior Design + Architectural Development.
Chandelier at echodesign dining room.
Modern spaces were created by Design Within Reach for The New York Times (above) and Herman Miller (below).
Mannequins in Marchesa beaded gowns were featured at the installation by Marchesa for Lenox.
Elegant, tree house-inspired balcony dining inspired by Evette Rios for Hayneedle.com.
Jonathan Adler created an intimate environment enclosed by a fabric folding screen for Kravet.
Dining chairs at table designed by HBA.
A bold wall of bookshelves stocked with hot pink and purple books sets the mood for the dining space by jesGordon/properFun.
A wine bottle chandelier lights the dining table designed by Libby Langdon for Liebherr.
Minimalist-Zen dining space by David Ling.
Lighting in dining space by David Ling.