Architect David Rockwell Designs the 2014 AD Greenroom February 2014


Renowned AD100 architect David Rockwell–the visionary behind some of the world’s most striking hotels, restaurants, and theater-set designs–has been tapped to create this year’s AD Greenroom. “Casual luxe” is how he describes his transformation of the backstage area. The room also includes a digital art installation co-curated by Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon which is displayed across 86 Samsung screens–from smart TVs to tablets.

Here, a list of the furnishings & accessories partners starring in this year’s AD Greenroom:

Christofle Champagne flutes, trays, and more.

TopBrewer, an app-activated coffee brewing system

Samsung Smart TVs, Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung Galaxy Smart Phones

Jim Thompson fabric on chairs, sofas, and pillows throughout the room

Edelman Leather on an upholstered bench and barstools

Exquisite Surfaces Manoir collection of wood flooring

Fort Street Studio hand-knotted rugs

Hudson Furniture, including chandeliers, sofas, club chairs, benches, stools, end tables, mirrors, and dining table

Circa Lighting floor and table lamps

Brown Jordan outdoor furniture

Emtek Lausanne hardware collection

Sherwin-Williams paint


Rendering courtesy of Rockwell Group

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