Architectural Digest Home Design Show is one of the prime building and architecture sector trade shows in the United States. The event serves as an ideal business podium for leading industry experts from this sector to meet and exchange their views regarding the latest market developments and updates. Informative trade seminars and keynote presentation sessions are scheduled during the event, while a separate fabric display area is also set up here. The event is attended by more than 300 .. + Read moreprofessional exhibiting companies, who display a large array of building materials, carpets and rugs, art items, furniture items, lighting fixtures, kitchen and bath fittings, electrical appliances and stone and tile products. The cooking demonstration sessions that are organized here add to the overall attractions of the show and complimentary design consultancy sessions are also held here. The show is held over three days and features large scale media participation as well.
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Architectural Digest Home Design Show is attended by more than 300 professional exhibitors, looking to promote a vast range of architectural products and equipments to the show attendees. Prime items of exhibit at the show include building materials, interior designing tools, art products, furniture items and flooring tools. Rugs, carpets, bath and kitchen fixtures, lighting solutions, trimmings, fabric items and electrical gadgets are also showcased here. Classy antique furniture pieces, stone and tile products, outdoor furnishing accessories and other related products are exhibited during the event as well. Several leading companies participate as exhibitors at the show, including Fordham Architectural Products and David Rasmussen Design.