ADAC to hosts annual three-day market design event

Atlanta Decorative Arts Center in Peachtree Hills will hold its annual three-day market, Design ADAC, April 23 – 25 with a host of regional and national design professionals and enthusiasts.

Presented in association with Veranda magazine, the festival will feature presentations, parties, book signings, and product launches. The free-to-attend celebration will feature designers Bunny Williams, Ashley Whittaker, Peter Dunham, and Markham Roberts.

“At this year’s Design ADAC, we are looking forward to discussing the fusing ofartistic forms with the practicality of function to create a new world of finely-crafted products and projects,” said Katie Miner, General Manager of ADAC. “New this year, we’re especially thrilled to create new experiences for attendees with interactive vignettes throughout the Center. Ranging from elegant to unexpected, this provides attendees with the opportunity to gather with their friends, snap some photos with inspiring designs, and share their favorite pieces of the spring market using the hashtag #PictureThisAtADAC.”

ADAC will also reveal a commemorative display, called The Winner’s Circle, honoring the legacy of past Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year Award winners, including Beth Webb, John Oetgen, D.Stanley Dixon, and more.

Attendees will have the chance to attend special product introductions and demonstrations throughout the week with designers such as Suzanne Kasler, Steve McKenzie and Eric Kuster. Husband-and-wife duos Brooke and Steve Giannetti and Phoebe and James Michael Howard will bring their unique perspectives on living meaningfully and creating breathtaking spaces.

Designs ADAC also serves as a chance to mingle with the newest class of Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year Award finalists and winners.

To see the full schedule of events, visit adacatlanta.com.

 

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