Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Exciting News: Kips Bay 2014

Exciting news has just been released about the 2014 Kips Bay showhouse. Not only will it be held within one of the 1884 Villard Houses by the famed architectural firm of McKim, Meade, and White but the list of designers selected is stellar!  Much of the rest of the building is the New York Palace hotel which looks stunning (in case you need someplace to stay while visiting the showhouse!)
The list of talented designers with links to their websites are as follows:
Carrier & Company Interiors Ltd.
Christopher Peacock
Cullman & Kravis Inc.
Darryl Carter, Inc.
Edward Lobrano Interior Design, Inc.
Ingrao Inc.
John Douglas Eason Interiors
Juan Montoya Design
Kirsten Kelli, LLC
Mark Hampton LLC
Markham Roberts Inc.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard
Matthew Quinn
Mendelson Group, Inc.
Meyer Davis Studio, Inc
ODADA (Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates)
Robin Sacks Decorative Painting
SPAN Architecture
Vincente Wolf Associates
Villalobos Desio
William T. Georgis Architect
Young Huh, LLC

Stay tuned for more details and a history of the structure. The house will be open to the public May 1 until May 29th - I'll see you there!

5 comments:

Karena Albert said...

A stellar group of designers indeed plus the perfect venue for The Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse!

xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

katiedid said...

WOW! What a great line up! Wish i could be there, but I hope you will take lots of photos! :)

The Down East Dilettante said...

Not an hour ago, I chanced to wonder if this year's Kip's Bay had been announced, and voila, here you are with the answer.

This is exciting news---it promises to make Kip's Bay particularly interesting. I assume it is to be in the right-hand (northerly) wing once occupied by the Fahnestocks, and later the Bennet Cerf version of Random House, and more recently by the much lamented Urban League bookstore (where I used to spend many a happy hour browsing in the lovely high rooms renovated by Charles Platt for the Fahnestocks). There are some experiences that scary Amazon will never be able to replicate. Thanks for the scoop.

Barbara Kaslow said...

Very exciting! Haven't seen a Kip's Bay in a Building like the Villard House! It will be interesting with this particular group of designers. I think they are spectacular! A few are missing though . . . .

My Notting Hill said...

I want to take the train up this year and see it!