Meet AD’s Top Interior Design Influencers From New York City! – These inspiring New Yorkers have been influencing every single aspect of the city’s interior design industry. Discover who are the top influencers selected by the Architectural Digest Magazine from NYC!
The renowned Architectural Digest magazine has just launched their inspiring AD 200 influencers list of 2019. Since the Big Apple is one of the most famous design capitals, these inspiring influencers are also leaving their footprint in the world’s interior design industry! From inspiring interior designers and renowned design studios to famous public figures, find out who are the New Yorkers that are in this year AD’s Top Interior Design Influencers List!
Apparatus Studio founders Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson are popular for incorporating a strange kind of beauty, highly refined into their interior decor projects and bespoke home design collection. The New York-based design studio shares a spectacular concept of lighting designs, bespoke furniture, and objects that present themselves as completely unique. Featuring bold details and eccentric shapes and sizes, this creative brand stands as a revolution for design and its embellishments. All of their incredible home decor products are within a concept in immersive environments, placing the historical and cultural heritage, with a modern twist.
He is one of the world’s most renowned designers of hand-knotted carpets, thanks to his innovative combination of classic elements with contemporary minimalist design. Inspired by numerous trips to vibrant cities, Jan Kath quickly developed his distinctive signature design which is absolutely style-defining. His carpets have won many awards (Red Dot, Carpet Design Award, and many more) and are often exhibited in art and design museums (including the Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt, Art Museum Riga Bourse, and the Beijing International Design Triennial).
Founded in the summer of 2010 by Tara Mangini and Percy Bright, the Jersey Ice Cream Co studio believes in craftsmanship, timelessness, and leaving things better than they found them.
Founded in 2002 by principals Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, the New York-based design studio known for their work on hotels, restaurants, retail spaces, homes, and product design. Roman and Williams’ projects strive to consistently find the tension between spontaneity and rigor, refinement and rebellion, and past and future. Recently, they have created their most personal work to date: Roman and Williams Guild NY where the studio’s showcases their collection of original furniture, lighting, and accessories, as well as items collected from the workshops of the world’s best artisans, the space is home also to celebrated French cafe La Mercerie, helmed by Chef Marie-Aude Rose.
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Gloria Vanderbilt, American Artist, and Socialite
Born into the prominent Vanderbilt family of New York, she is one of the most famous American socialite, artist, author, actress, and designer of textiles and fashion who was often in the public eye for her social life and professional exploits.
“Twenty-five years ago, the gallery opened in a relatively small space at 43 Greene Street in SoHo in New York, with the intention to show challenging art without compromise. It’s been an extraordinary quarter of a century, with over 300 exhibitions behind us—from Greene Street to Chelsea in New York, then onwards to London, the Upper East Side, Hong Kong, and soon another Chelsea expansion—and an incredible roster of artists, outstanding staff, and community of collectors, curators, and supporters. I am proud that the ethos and spirit of commitment to the artists and their art that guided the gallery from the beginning remain true today and as we look ahead. This anniversary presents an opportunity to look back at—as well as behind the scenes of—a few of the highlights that have made these decades so memorable.” (David Zwirner, January 2018)
The renowned designer founded New York City’s Selldorf Architects studio in 1988. This renowned design firm creates public and private spaces that manifest a clear and modern sensibility to enduring impact. Since the first day, Annabelle Selldorf‘s guiding principles have been deeply rooted in humanism. The design studio offers services in architectural design, interior design, exhibition design, master planning, landscape concepts, and strategic planning. At every scale and for every condition, all of her design projects are dedicated to the individual experience.
Former editors of I.D. Magazine, as well as freelance writers, curators, and design consultants, these inspiring women founded in 2009 the Sight Unseen site which is an online magazine that uncovers what’s new and next in design and the visual arts, with a focus on independent makers working outside traditional disciplinary boundaries. This online magazine also curates exhibitions and pop-up shops, produces events, and provides editorial and consulting services for a variety of forward-thinking clients.