BDNY – Boutique Design New York – is back for its 7th edition, and this year it comes bearing some exciting news!
For the 2016 edition, the “leading trade fair and conference for the hospitality design industry” brings in a new addition to an already intriguing program: The Incubator.
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Annually hosted at the Jacob K. Javits Center NYC, this event brings together professionals from various fields, such as interior designers, architects, purchasing agents and hospitality owners/developers, as well as manufacturers and marketers. For two whole days, the fair focuses its attention on innovation, so it’s no surprise that this year they decided to bring another element to the table.
The Incubator is a new demo space at BD New York where the fair’s attendees are invited to play with the latest tech toys and tools, learning all about them while making way for new “avenues in hospitality design”. For that reason, The Incubator’s main focus is to demonstrate new virtual and artificial technologies to its guests, showing them new ways to present their designs to clients, contractors and team members.
Two sessions are scheduled to be held at The Incubator during this year’s edition. The first one – “Get (Virtually) Real” – will be moderated by Michelle Acevedo on November 13 from 11am to 1pm, with guest panelists Ash and Sonny Sultani from SONNY+ASH. The second session focused on “Dimension Shift – 3D Printing for the Next Generation” will be held on Monday the 14th from 2pm until 4pm, presented by Casey Mahon from Carrier Johnson + CULTURE.
And while we wait for this year’s pictures and new adventures at The Incubator, let’s remember the past two years.
Retro design brand DelightFULL won Best Exhibit participation at the event in 2014.
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