Decoration & Design Building Honors Fabulous Luminaries At Stars Of Design And Stars On The Rise Event

The New York Decoration & Design Building (DDB) Fall Market Week 2022 commenced with a special event to honor luminaries and those seen as the stars of the future of Interior Design at the Stars of Design and Stars on the Rise event 2022. 

The DDB hosts two major Market events each year; one in the Fall and another in the Spring.

The Markets, which are often held in partnership with the world’s top editorial voices and industry trade organizations, examine all aspects of design and the decorative arts.

Over 2,000 design professionals and industry leaders attend these Market events, with over 200 in attendance at each of the DDB keynote presentations.

An expert panel consider the candidates for Awards in several categories and following a determination the following awards were presented at the event including;
 
Stars of Design 2022
 
Interior Design
Brian McCarthy
 
Architecture
Axis Mundi
 
Art
Laura Haleman
 
Graphic Design
Kervin Brisseaux
 
Landscape Design
Nelson Byrd Woltz
 
Photography
Tim Tadder
 
Product Design
Vonnegut Kraft
  
Stars on the Rise 2022
 
Courtney McLeod         

Chiara de Rege            

Michelle Murphy           

Robert Ventolo             

Keita Turner

The Decoration & Design Building, New York:

The Decoration & Design Building is located in New York City, at 979 Third Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets. Known nationally and internationally as the world’s most important home to over 130 showrooms, the DDB represents over 3,000 leading manufacturers dedicated to the very best in residential and business interior furnishings, educational opportunities and resource information.

The D&D Building is open exclusively to the trade and welcomes design industry professionals from all over the world. The building also has on the 14th floor an event space, with catering and conference facilities.


Photo credit: 1-5) LMG.

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