Creative Edge Master Shop featured at Architectural Digest Home Design Show
The Creative Edge Master Shop is traveling to New York City for the 11th annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show and will have an exclusive feature at this event.
- (1888PressRelease) March 23, 2012 - The Architectural Digest Home Design Show will be held this year in New York City from March 22nd through March 25th, 2012. This marks the 11th annual show by the organization which has become a staple for inspiring new ideas and insights for the industry. The event also is being co-sponsored by The New York Times. For the world of home design and remodeling it is a pretty big deal for both the exhibitors and those attending the show looking for the freshest, most cutting-edge designs and remodeling ideas.
Each year the show boasts more improvements and growth to outdo the previous year's event. This year proves to be no exception. There will be exhibits from nearly 400 top of the line brands, a keynote presentation by the editor and chief of architectural digest Margaret Russell. Attendees will be able to enjoy cooking demonstrations and tastings, showed tours with New York design Center designers and 45 incredible cable installations at Diffa's Dining by Design NY.
One of the key exhibits for luxury home design being featured this year is the Creative Edge Master Shop. Their work will be featured in the show's main lounge area. The project for the show is a collaborative effort between International Stone Collections, Nicole Fuller Interiors and Creative Edge Master Shop. The final product to be featured at this event will be a humongous stone bar made of a rare imported stone from Sierra Leone called Victoria White. The companies work together to form a free-flowing chain pattern built from Bardigio and Nero Marquina stones. The stones were designed by Nicole Fuller Interiors and then decisively cut by Creative Edge Master Shop and intricately pieced together within the stone. Creative Edge Master Shop specializes in waterjet cutting granite, marble floor medallions, ceramic tile murals and similar creative architectural designs of this nature. The tremendous display will sit on top of an up-cycled wood base which was reclaimed from a Brooklyn Water Tower by Manhattan Forest Products. The end product is nothing short but amazing and one of the fantastic features at this event and a behind the scenes sneak peak of the finished product can be found on YouTube when searching, "Behind The Scenes #2: Architectural Digest Home Design Show Collaboration"