DesignBLOC set for next week

Show will feature home interior design studios

New York – DesignBLOC,  a boutique show bringing together 20 top home interior design studios, will take place here next week.

A show for designers by designers aim to present a diversified offering of different hands for textile manufacturers, distributors and retailers. Exhibitors include designers from England, France, The Netherlands and the USA, among others. They will showcase prints for the bedding, kitchen, bath and wall covering markets.

DesignBLOC will take place Oct. 3-4 at showroom building 230 Fifth Ave.

Exhibiting studios include:

  • Artwork Design
  • Astrid Davidse
  • Banafshe Schippel
  • Bomdong
  • Creativo Surface Design
  • Colwill & Waud
  • Designs by IngK
  • Designworks International
  • Jane Dixon
  • Jane Mosse
  • L’Atelier Design Studio
  • Lylove Studio
  • Paul Vogel
  • Pointcarre Textile Software
  • Prints of Orange
  • Rachel Child Designs
  • Sandra Jacobs
  • Simon Ashby
  • Studio Sette
  • Tana Bana
  • Tempo Design

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