Fri- Sun, Brooklyn Designs


Friday, May 11, 2018 - 11:00am - Sunday, May 13, 2018 - 6:00pm



Friday, May 11 - Sunday, 13, 2018
Brooklyn Designs
Celebratory Reception 3-5pm, Saturday, May 12

 Out & About at

Brooklyn's premier design event

showcasing furniture, lighting, accessories and technology 
May 11 - 13, 2018  Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Head to the Brooklyn Museum for incredible offerings, inspiration & networking  
It's easy to get to! For transportation options CLICK HERE 
Show officially opens:
Saturday & Sunday from 11 AM -6 PM    
Look for all the IFDA Selects "Best in Show" winners whose booths will be identified by IFDA Selects framed award certificates 
after 1:30 PM on Saturday, May 12.
The "IFDA Selects" initiative supports and promotes the design industry, highlighting new and innovative products debuting at New York City trade shows.
Also plan on toasting to the show's success Saturday, May 12 with a 
Celebratory Reception from 3-5pm
followed by a not-to-be-missed 
Keynote Address by renowned architect Jonathan Marvel in conversation with Paul Makovsky (Metropolis) from 5-6pm
Thank you to the following for their support
Brooklyn Designs is a survey of the contemporary design scene in Brooklyn. Founded by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce in 2003, it was one of the first design fairs to shine a spotlight on the borough's creative economy and continues to serve as an incubator for emerging designers and a platform for established brands, producing a range of creative products and services across furniture, lighting, accessories and technology.
The 2018 edition will move to a new home at the Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway, kicking off the first weekend of NYCxDESIGN from May 11-13. The juried exhibition will feature 50+ brands including beloved design studios Fort Makers and Token; conscientious textile designers Quiet Town and Five and Six Textiles; newcomers Ama Connection and Zeray Studio; and hi-tech brands Fitchwork and Brooklyn SolarWorks.

The show will also present special installations from Pratt Institute and the Textile Arts Center, a shoppable marketplace, and talks with prominent figures in the design world including a keynote address by renowned architect Jonathan Marvel.