Holiday House Design Shows has announced plans for Holiday House Soho, its ninth-annual NYC-based interior design showcase and its first in NYC’s Soho neighborhood. Top names in design and style will create one-of-a-kind living spaces inspired by holidays and life’s memorable occasions. All event proceeds benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®.

 

Holiday House Soho will take place in two brand new, state-of-the-art townhouses (40 & 50 Sullivan Street) that are part of the acclaimed 10 Sullivan development, designed by the celebrated, NYC-based architects Montroy Andersen DeMarco and Cary Tamarkin, the site is owned by Atlantic Investors LLC and has been developed by Property Markets Group and Madison Equities. Over twenty-five leading interior designers have brought these townhouses to life with a mix of cutting-edge and classic aesthetics.

 

Iris Dankner, Founder and Chair of Holiday House, says, “With all of the Holiday House showhouses, our goal is to bring interior design to life in new and fresh ways. After eight years of producing the event in the beautiful, historic Academy Mansion on the Upper East Side, we jumped at the chance to make a move to Soho and do something with more of a ‘downtown’ vibe. This enables us to reach a new audience and grow our support base for the most important aspect of this event— raising money to fight breast cancer.”

 

Public viewing is available to the public from November 17th, 2016 – January 8th, 2017

11 am – 5 pm (closed on holidays), Thursdays, until 8 pm
Link for general admission ticket purchases to holiday house: holidayhousenyc.com/buy-tickets/

 

 

Presenting Sponsor: InCollect

 

Original designs will be created by over 25 renowned design firms, including:

  • Marco Brambilla
  • Bradfield & Tobin
  • Brandon Maxwell
  • Campion Platt
  • Charles J. Nafie Architects
  • Creel & Gow
  • Curtis Kulig
  • Dineen Architecture + Design
  • Fernando Santangelo Inc.
  • Gilt Home
  • Harry Heissmann Inc.
  • Jaime Walters
  • Joyce D. Silverman Interiors
  • Juan Carretero
  • Meredith Ostrom
  • Patrick McGrath Design
  • Patrick Mele
  • RC Studio
  • Ryan Korban
  • Sasha Bikoff Interior Design
  • Scarpidis Design
  • Sedition Gallery
  • Tina Ramchandani Creative/Designlush
  • Tori Golub Interior Design
  • Unlimited Earth Care
  • Vert Gardens

 

Holiday House Soho will welcome visitors Tuesdays – Sundays from November 17, 2016 – January 8, 2017. Ms. Iris Apfel will serve as Honorary Chair for the event. Iris Dankner and Jared Seligman are Co-Chairs. Geoffrey Bradfield, Robert Couturier and Alexa Hampton are Design Chairs.
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Bradfield and Tobin International Artists Day

Campion Platt Black Friday Dining Room

Charles J. Nafie Architects stair landing Sparkling Light

Dineen Architecture & Design Master Bedroom

Harry Heissmann

Jaime Walters Friendsgiving Kitchen

Jared Seligman

Joyce D. Silverman Interiors

Juan Carretero

Tori Golub Winter Solstice

Patrick McGrath Gentleman’s Dressing Room

 

 

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