The debut of CTC&G Designing Greenwich!
It's finally here: Four days of carefully curated design—from symposia to book signing to vendor booths—at Stamford's ultra-chic Loading Dock led by design chair Tony Ingrao.
It’s finally here: Four days of carefully curated design—from symposia to book signings to vendor booths—at Stamford’s ultra-chic Loading Dock. At this all-star home show, led by Design Chair Tony Ingrao, speakers include designers Vicente Wolf, Clodagh, Carolyne Roehm, Amanda Nisbet, Janice Parker, Helen Klisser During, Lulu Powers and D. J. Carey, Cottages & Gardens Editorial Director. Here, a few highlights of vendors at this can’t-miss event.
WHAT: CTC&G Designing Greenwich: a four-day design extravaganza
WHERE: Loading Dock, 375 Fairfield Ave., Stamford
WHEN: November 9–12
MORE INFO: designinggreenwich.com
Internationally renowned publisher Rizzoli will have the top design books that you’ll want to gift—or keep for yourself—this holiday season. Among an impressive lineup of author appearances, you can look forward to book signings with Florence de Dampierre, author of Walls and French Chic; Susanna Salk, author of Be Your Own Decorator: Taking Inspiration and Cues from Today’s Designers; and Alex Papachristidis, author of Age of Elegance: Interiors by Alex Papachristidis. rizzoliusa.com.
Fernando Luis Alvarez Presents… Paco Camús Private Collection
The designs of Spanish designer Paco Camús will be represented by Stamford gallery owner and contemporary artist Fernando Luis Alvarez, who has a flagship store and distribution center dedicated to Camús adjacent to his own gallery. Each piece, most in American walnut, is carved by hand, resulting in a timeless graceful silhouette. pacocamus.com, flalvarezgallery.com.
With an elegant selection of European and American modern abstract art, Art Cabinet has been a mainstay of the Nantucket art community for 18 years. Owner and private collector Dörte Neudert represents museum-level artists and will have works from several significant artists, such as Silvio Cattani (work shown here), Charlotte Culot and sculptor Billy Sherry on view. artcabinet.com.
The Intérieurs’ booth will represent their showroom and design studio. The brand combines Interieurs’ designs with exclusive French, Belgian and Italian vendors for a globally inspired look that’s available to the trade and the public. The furniture, lighting and accessories on display (and available for sale) will include a one-arm chaise, slip-covered sofa, industrial armoire, cocktail table, lamps, dining table and chairs. Accessories will be sourced from the showroom’s current selection, plus a few extra surprises from Francine. interieurs.com.
Photograph by MIMUS Photography (lady sting chair); Courtesy of Rizzoli (books)