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.
Columbus College of Art & Design has created a virtual exhibition to showcase 2,000 works from 490 undergraduate and graduate level students in its program, including recent 2020 graduates.
In light of COVID-19, High Point Market’s Spring 2020 season has been canceled. But that doesn’t mean the show won’t still go on in some modified way! Show organizers have announced a new live stream program from its 2020 Style Spotters team.
The 51st Symphony Designers’ Showhouse, a beloved event in support of the Kansas City Symphony Alliance, has officially started hosting virtual tours this week.
Amidst the COVID-19 healthcare crisis and international shutdowns, nearly every company around the world has had to adjust to dramatically different business models. To assist designers and architects during these uncertain times, paint and coatings leader Sherwin-Williams has created a new resource called the Architect and Designer Support Center.