Dwell on Design Returns to New York City this October as Dwell Magazine Celebrates 15th Anniversary

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Expanding to Skylight Clarkson Sq and Focusing on Industry Hot Topics—The Business of Design, Authenticity, Resiliency, and Furniture & Product Design; Keynote Conversation Led by Pulitzer Prize–Winning Author and Vanity Fair Architecture Critic Paul Goldberger With Architect and Sci-Arc Director Eric Owen Moss

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Dwell on Design New York will continue to take an edited approach to complement the West Coast show, assembling a more intimate group of trade professionals and consumers for talks and panels tackling the industry's most significant of-the-moment topics.

On the heels of a record-breaking show in Los Angeles and following the sale of the flagship event to Informa, Dwell on Design returns to New York October 2–4 for a content-rich three-day event featuring out-of-the-box installations and more than 35 onstage presentations from groundbreaking industry professionals. Dwell Design Week—running September 28 through October 4—will include a kickoff event, 15th-anniversary party, showroom events, Dwell on Design, and the ever-popular Meet the Architects night, accompanying the Dwell Manhattan Home Tour. The show’s growing footprint required a move to Skylight Clarkson Sq in West SoHo this year, where 5,000+ visitors will explore 60,000 square feet of installations and attend thought-provoking discussions on two stages.

After 10 years of landmark exhibitions, Dwell on Design Los Angeles has become the largest design trade show in the U.S. and a unique design destination that allows visitors to explore the newest trends, tour coveted homes, attend lively conversations, and network face-to-face with industry leaders. Dwell on Design New York will continue to take an edited approach to complement the West Coast show, assembling a more intimate group of trade professionals and consumers for talks and panels tackling the industry’s most significant of-the-moment topics, from the business of design and resiliency to navigating the changing landscape of authenticity in design, and furniture and product design.

The onstage programming will include “Reimagining a More Resilient New York,” “How Hurricane Sandy Changed Building,” and “Future Cities,” all under the Resiliency content theme—a discussion topic that’s top of mind as the industry reflects on the advancements and shortfalls in the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina and the three since Hurricane Sandy. Other presentations and discussions will focus on “Designing for a Good Night’s Sleep,” “3-D Printing and Intellectual Design,” “Design in the Digital Age: Branding and Social Media,” “Fostering Innovation,” “The Real Cost of Rip-offs,” “The New Meaning of Hospitality,” and “Smart vs. Safe Tech,” with more than 15 opportunities for AIA and IDCEC CEU credits. Confirmed speakers for the conference include keynote speaker and Pulitzer Prize–winning author Paul Goldberger in conversation with architect and director of SCI-Arc Eric Owen Moss, designer Dror Benshetrit, Howard Elkus, FAIA, recipient of the 2014 AIA Young Architects Award Illya Azaroff, Claire Weisz, FAIA, Google Material Design NY creative lead Rob Giampietro, Lance Brown, FAIA, Alessi U.S. managing director Paolo Cravedi, architect Julie Torres Moskovitz, architect Chad Oppenheim, Homepolish founder and CEO Noa Santos, Thomas L. Woltz, FASLA, Canary founder and CTO Chris Rill, entrepreneur Brad Sewell, designer and restaurateur Taavo Somer, Move Loot co-founder and CMO Jenny Morrill, SVP and director of City Park Development at Trust for Public Land Adrian Benepe, and director of NEW INC at the New Museum Julia Kaganskiy.

Friday, October 2, the designated trade and press day, will include programming with AIA and IDCEC CEU opportunities for architects and designers from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The opening reception will take place from 5–6 p.m., followed by the keynote conversation at 6 p.m. led by Pulitzer Prize–winning author and Vanity Fair architecture critic Paul Goldberger in discussion with architect and SCI-Arc director Eric Owen Moss. The conversation will touch upon the architectural experimentation that defined 1970s and 1980s Los Angeles. Pioneered and influenced by Frank Gehry—the subject of Goldberger's newest book, BUILDING ART—that movement signaled the ascension of the West Coast architecture school of thought, which many viewed as defiantly oppositional to the East Coast academic establishment. On Saturday, October 3, the show opens to both consumers and the trade at 10 a.m., with programming that includes consumer-friendly CEU opportunities until 6 p.m. The show will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 4, with a panel on “The New Skyscraper” with designer Dror Benshetrit closing the onstage programming.

The always-popular Dwell Home Tour takes place on Saturday, October 3, and will allow attendees to explore the pages of the magazine via five stunning Manhattan residences. This year’s homes showcase the best in modern design, from a Tribeca loft that’s the perfect fit for a single dad, to a serene West Village sanctuary with thoughtful details throughout. Award-winning architects and designers on the tour include James Ramsey, Matthew Bremer, and Cezign. The Home Tour architects will provide a preview of the projects on the tour during “Meet the Architects,” Thursday October 1 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at AIANY’s 2015 Archtober Hall in the South Street Seaport. Tickets are available for purchase online and run from $15 for a student-discounted pass to $159 for a 3-day trade pass.

The conference will occur during AIANY’s Archtober, of which Dwell is the presenting media sponsor for the fourth consecutive year. Celebrating its fifth year, Archtober is a month-long architecture and design festival that raises the awareness of the importance of design in New York City through “Building of the Day” tours, programs, and exhibitions during the month of October.

Partners: American Institute of Architects (AIA), Archtober, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), NYC & Company, NYCxDESIGN


About DWELL Life, Inc.: Dwell Life owns the world-class design brand “dwell” and is publisher of Dwell magazine and Dwell digital platforms, including dwell.com and Dwell Store. Dwell-branded offerings also include modern home tours and Dwell on Design events in Los Angeles and New York City. Dwell-branded properties have received countless industry awards, and Dwell Life is widely regarded as a leader in modern design, serving an affluent audience that is idea-driven, sensitive to social and physical surroundings, and always “At Home in the Modern World.” http://www.dwell.com

Dwell and Dwell on Design are registered trademarks of Dwell Media, LLC. Dwell Homes, Dwell Store, and Dwell Prefab are trademarks of Dwell Media, LLC. Dwell Media, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Dwell Life, Inc.

About Dwell on Design New York
October 2-4, 2015 / Skylight Clarkson Sq
Dwell on Design New York, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, debuted at 82 Mercer in SoHo with 3,800 members of the design elite gathering for innovative installations and onstage discussions centering on contract design, public space, urban infrastructure, and more. In 2015, Dwell on Design New York moves into Skylight Clarkson Sq in West SoHo. With more than 35 onstage presentations and up to 18 attainable CEUs, attendees have the opportunity to experience a summit-like discussion about architecture and design’s role in our modern world. Visit ny.dwellondesign.com to attend or exhibit.

About Dwell on Design Los Angeles
June 24-26, 2016 / Los Angeles Convention Center
With three full days of dynamic exhibitions, unparalleled educational opportunities, cutting-edge technologies, 90 onstage programs, 250+ speakers, and more than 2,000 innovative modern furnishings and products, Dwell on Design Los Angeles is America’s largest design event. In addition to featuring over 350 exhibitors, Dwell on Design L.A. 2016 encourages an ongoing design dialogue, showcasing over 90 presentations on four separate stages. Learn more by visiting la.dwellondesign.com.

About Informa, Global Exhibitions
Informa operates at the heart of the Knowledge and Information Economy. It is one of the world’s leading business intelligence, academic publishing, knowledge and events businesses with more than 6,500 employees in over 100 offices across 25 countries. The Dallas Exhibitions team produces a portfolio of 17 trade shows in various sectors of the construction and real estate industry. To learn more, visit http://www.informaexhibitions.com.


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