PaperCity has teamed with The New Traditionalists showroom to have a good time Texas Custom and Design at New York Design Center’s marquee fall occasion, What’s New, What’s Next, Thursday, September 14. Greater than 7,500 high designers, architects, editors, and business professionals attend a day of panels, shows, e-book signings and events in additional than 80 showrooms in partnership with greater than two dozen magazines — Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Home Stunning, Veranda, Conventional House — and now PaperCity.
Maybe no different architectural agency in Texas reveals extra poetry and tenets of classical structure than that of Houston-based Curtis & Windham Architects. Invoice Curtis and Russell Windham will be a part of PaperCity editor in chief Holly Moore for a dialog and presentation from Curtis & Windham’s e-book, A Vision of Place: The Work of Curtis & Windham Architects, adopted by a e-book signing.
Philip Erdoes and Brady Wilcox, The New Traditionalists founders, host, serving Texas barbecue and spirits (Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Dulce Vida tequila), with one very fortunate visitor strolling away with a pair of Lucchese boots. The New Traditionalists, bench-made classical furnishings with trendy element, debuts a set of customized architectural built-in cupboards and closets, and their first rug assortment, which is designed in New York and handmade in India and China by extremely expert weavers (sans baby laborers). Rugs are customizable in colour, materials and dimension, with hand-knotted and hand-tufted building choices of silk, New Zealand wool, wool/silk blends, bamboo silk, and mohair wool and shag.
Be a part of us for What’s New What’s Subsequent, September 14, full afternoon of occasions from 1 to 9 pm, The New Traditionalists/PaperCity occasion, eight pm. New York Design Heart, 200 Lexington. Occasion is free of charge however rsvp a should, at Nydc.com/event/whats-new-whats-next-2017.