This month’s event summary is packed with discussions spanning all aspects of the industry, as design communities in major cities across the country come together for their annual summits. Read on for BOHThe s schedule highlights for the coming month, including conferences, trade shows, show houses and design discussions.
Nashville Design Week
Nashville, TN and Virtual | November 1-5
Originally founded in 2018 by four women from the city’s design community, Nashville Design Week is back for its fourth annual series of workshops, talks, panels and tours hosted by local and intended designers. both to industry professionals and everyday design fans. This year’s lineup will be united by the theme of transitioning from last year’s hardships to an invigorated future, inspiring thought-through design. Attendees can look forward to panel discussions on topics such as the intersection of race and design, equity in sustainable fashion, and healing through design. For more information, click here.
Virtual | November 4-6
This live-streamed event will spotlight a range of new products amid conversations about the future of the home featuring leaders in art, design, entertainment, culture and business. Attendees can tune in for discussions on the intersection of arts and crafts, smart home innovations, and accessibility to clean drinking water for underserved communities, among others, with speakers, including a design influencer Shea McGee, CEO David Kohler and leader in sustainable design for health, well-being and equity at HOK, Komal Kotwal. For more information, click here.
The other art fair
New York | November 4-7
Presented by Saatchi Art, the Other Art Fair is aimed at art lovers of all kinds. $ 150. Held at the Brooklyn Expo Center, the next edition of the show will highlight the work of the featured artist Anna marie tendler, whose new series “Rooms in the First House” includes original and limited edition photographic works. For more information, click here.
Austin Design Week
Austin, Texas and Virtual | November 8-12
For the sixth annual Austin Design Week, the city’s creatives are hosting free workshops, talks, and presentations showcasing the best design products and practices. Along with moderated conversations on a variety of topics including talent retention, evolution of home design, and biophilic town planning, the event will feature the fifth annual Design-A-Thon, in which teams or creators Individuals can enter a competition to develop the design. -centred solutions to solve some of Austin’s biggest problems. For more information, click here.
Art + Design Fair
New York | November 11-15
The annual Salon Art + Design event celebrates its 10th anniversary with immersive programming and installations, as well as an organized mix of historic and contemporary collectible design and artwork featuring a roster of international exhibitors. Held at the Park Avenue Armory, this year’s edition includes a series of specials, featuring large-scale architectural installations by a New York-based ceramic artist. Pierre Lane, photographic wall coverings from the design house Trove and bespoke luxury furniture from the Italian studio Unica. For more information, click here.
New York | November 11-18
The annual festival hosted by NYCxDesign returns with hundreds of events, including gallery exhibitions, collection outings, interactive workshops and educational programs, held at various locations across New York’s five boroughs. This year will also be the first in-person event since WantedDesign announced its partnership with the International Contemporary Furnishings Fair Manhattan in 2019. Together, the organizations will produce a series of panel discussions, presentations and conversations at the Javits Convention Center, featuring speakers such as designer Dror Benshet, multidisciplinary artist and designer Ini Archibong and Executive Vice President and CEO of the International Interior Design Association Cheryl Durst. For more information, click here.
Santa Barbara Design Company
Santa Barbara, California | November 17
For the Santa Barbara edition of this traveling event, head to Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito to shop the latest collections from some of the industry’s biggest brands, or tune in for virtual panels hosted by Home affairs editor-in-chief Kaitlin Petersen and Veranda editor-in-chief Ellen McGauley. For more information, click here.
Home: A Culture Object exhibition at the Art + Design Fair | Courtesy of Salon Art + Design