This September, International Market Centers (IMC) again showcases its comprehensive, dual-venue design resource for the southeast – the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) and AmericasMart® Atlanta – with adaptations for social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis. Fall Design Week takes place September 21-23, 2020 in select AmericasMart showrooms with pre-market virtual programming; and DISCOVER ADAC takes place September 22-24 in ADAC’s year-round showrooms with three full days of digital programming for designers and design enthusiasts.
“Despite the pandemic, great design is still happening in Atlanta and across the southeast,” said Bob Maricich, IMC CEO. “As such, we are committed to continuing to present the hallmark elements of our design events – product discovery, the sharing of great ideas and the celebration of our local design community – in a modified format this September.”
Highlighting the virtual programming for both events is an expanded version of the “Directions in Design” initiative which will feature four southeastern designers curating virtual rooms using products from the ADAC and AmericasMart collections. Directions in Design 2020 focuses on wellness and well-being and design’s powerful and positive impact on people everywhere. The content goes live on September 14 and will be the topic of virtual events for both campuses.
This year, DISCOVER ADAC will virtually connect an international audience of design authorities, enthusiasts, and media to explore the enduring force of creativity that is redefining the concept of sanctuary in our homes and communities. For three days, from September 22-24, 2020, design enthusiasts are invited join ADAC online for inspirational presentations and product launches by acclaimed interior designers, creative visionaries, and the finest luxury brands in the business. ADAC’s 65 showrooms will be open during DISCOVER ADAC offering 1,200 furniture, fabric, rugs, lighting, accessories, floor and wall coverings, antiques, fine art and framing, kitchens, bath, tile and stone and home theater lines. For more information visit ADACAtlanta.com/discover-adac/ #DISCOVERADAC.
Fall Design Week is a three-day in-person buying event for the design trade to source from AmericasMart’s 400+ Open Year Round showrooms which present nearly 2,000 home décor, gift and apparel lines. Fall Design Week also offers access to AmericasMart’s newly remerchandised home décor collection which features 130+ showrooms with 350+ lighting, accent furniture, rugs, wall décor, casual furniture and linens brands. In 2020, Fall Design Week’s signature educational programming will be presented as webinars in the weeks leading up to the market. Pre-registration is required and is open now at AmericasMart.com/attend/registration. For more information, visit AmericasMart.com/FallDesignWeek. #AtlMkt
ADAC and AmericasMart are open throughout the week. Visitors are expected to follow IMC’s Together Safely protocols which outline safety measures and mitigants during the COVID-19 crisis. Mandates include the use of PPE, temperature screening, social distancing measures, crowd control efforts and enhanced cleaning procedures. Appointments are suggested, but not required at ADAC and AmericasMart. For more information, visit TogetherSafely.com.
About International Market Centers: International Market Centers (IMC) is the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for furniture, gift, home décor, rug, and apparel industries. International Market Centers owns and operates nearly 20 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C., Las Vegas and Atlanta. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furniture, gift, home décor, rug, and apparel industries. For more information on IMC, visit IMCenters.com.
About ADAC: Built over 50 years ago by renowned architect and developer John Portman in the prestigious Buckhead community of Atlanta, ADAC is a community-focused, nationally recognized leader in the world of interior design and home fashion, serving as the essential one-stop shopping resource for interior designers, architects, and builders. In November 2018, ADAC was acquired by International Market Centers (IMC), the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. The ADAC campus consists of ADAC and ADAC WEST with more than 550,000 square feet with over 65 showrooms offering 1,200 of the industry’s finest product lines including furniture, fabric, rugs, lighting, accessories, floor and wall coverings, antiques, fine art and framing, kitchens, bath, tile and stone, and home theater products. Likewise, ADAC’s extensive services include custom designs such as framing, electronic systems, faux-finishing, and draperies. For more information, visit adacatlanta.com.
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