Dip your toes in the pool of luxurious art
Are you a design and architecture enthusiast? Are you always on the lookout for new things to do and events to attend? Do you love interior designing and feel there's no better form of expression than designing the space of your dreams? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, we have just the thing for you!
Known as the most exclusive interior design and architecture magazine, Architecture Digest is bringing the most awaited design show to Mumbai and it is something you just cannot miss.
Architecture Digest is not only the world's leading design and architecture magazine but also the undisputed authority on everything trendy and luxurious. AD is known to organize some of the most exclusive exhibitions and this one is no different!
This three day extravaganza will be a treat for all design enthusiasts and lovers of finer things. We can all appreciate a little dose of luxury from time to time and the design fair is bringing us exactly that.
The show will be nothing less than a multifarious design getaway where the best of Indian as well as international art, design and architecture will be presented. The main exhibition will have an awe-inspiring selection of boutique art, furniture, antiques, accessories and lighting.
With their new initiative 'Power to the Kaarigar' , AD will also organise five different workshops presenting the hows of India's finest craftsmanship.
The highlight of the entire event will be Le Cabinet De Curiosities, which is curated by French embroider, design enthusiast and the founder of Vastrakala, Jean-François Lesage.
This art and design fair is the most amazing celebration of interior designing and architecture. The fair has some of the most exclusive designs from international artists as well as local craftsmen. The AD design fair, hence, is an unmissable event for anyone who loves interior designing and architecture.
Date: 18th-20th October
Timing: 11am to 7:30pm onwards
Tickets: ₹500 onwards | Book your tickets here
Venue: Dome@NSCI, SVP Stadium, Worli, Mumbai