Visual merchandising show this week at 7 W

Retail Editor 3, December 2, 2011

New York - Showroom building 7 W New York will host the A.R.E. Design Collective this week from Dec. 7-9 at 7 W. 34th St. here.
The design and visual merchandising event will include education conference sessions and a group of permanent and temporary visual merchandising companies.
Participating permanent 7 W New York showrooms include:

  • Almax (725)
  • Alpha Display Company, Inc. (812)
  • Classic Prager (419)
  • Patina-V (717)
  • Silvestri, California (821)

Other participating companies include:

  • Ace Designs
  • Adel Rootstein Mannequins
  • Alu
  • Architectural Systems
  • B&N Industries
  • Bernstein Display/MC
  • Chippenhook
  • Creative Realities
  • Cubic
  • DK Display
  • Elevations Inc.
  • Fleetwood
  • Gargoyles Ltd.
  • Greneker
  • Goldsmith
  • Holiday Foliage
  • Holiday Image Inc.
  • JPMA Global
  • Lifestyle-Trimco
  • Material ConneXion
  • Materials Inc.
  • Manex/France Display
  • Media Graph
  • MG Concepts
  • Mondo Mannequins
  • RHO
  • RPG
  • Siegel & Stockman/Superior Model Form
  • Universal Display
  • Visplay
  • Visual Magnetics
  • Zumtobel Lighting.

A special pre-show session on Tuesday, Dec. 6 entitled "Retail Design Dossier: And Insdier Briefing on Material, Colors and Trends" is scheduled from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Material ConneXion, 60 Madison Ave., 2nd Floor. The symposium is sponsored by Material ConneXion (which is owned by HTT parent company Sandow Media), Pantone and Stylus.
For more information or to register, visit www.7wnewyork.com.

 

 

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