I spent all of last Thursday at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show at Pier 94 in New York City. There was much to see at the show, as I found myself snapping many more photos than I intended. I haven’t had a chance to go through all of them, as well as the press kits I picked up, so in the meantime, I thought I would post the images I did take while touring a highlight of the show, the DIFFA Dining by Design exhibit, which features dining installations created by several celebrated and up-and-coming designers, as well as design students.
An acronym for Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, DIFFA was established in 1984 by Patricia Green and Larry Pond to grant funds to organizations that offer direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk. In addition to providing a gorgeous venue for a fundraising cocktail reception and gala, both of which seemed very popular events this year, as tickets were sold out, the installations are definitely a sight to behold and brim with creativity and drama.
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