In light of COVID-19 concerns, the 2020 Architectural Digest Design Show has been entirely canceled. The annual four-day event was originally scheduled to take place in New York City in March, and had already been rescheduled for June 25-28.
Event organizers announced their decision in a press release today, explaining that the health of vendors and attendees is the most important factor in this decision.
“After careful consideration, we have decided to cancel the Architectural Digest Design Show 2020,” read the statement. “The Show Management and Condé Nast feel this is the most prudent course of action as we all learn how to best navigate the coming months in the safest manner possible. Our top priority is the health of our exhibitors, attendees, and staff, as well as to provide the most beneficial show possible for all.”
Architectural Digest has announced its plans to create a virtual version of the show to release this fall. More details on that development are to follow.
Stay tuned to House Tipster Industry for future Architectural Digest Design Show productions, and more news about market postponements, changes, and cancelations.