Trade Fair Hours
Sunday, November 13, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monday, November 14, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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* accredited session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Sunday, November 13


INFORMATION

The hottest people, projects, and products influencing headline-making hospitality work in 2016

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

TICKETS: $125 (ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR THE KEYNOTE AND PANEL)

Conference Room, 1E13/E14

PURCHASE TICKET

One of the most prolific designers of his generation (as in 3,000 designs in production, over 300 awards and a portfolio spanning more than 40 countries) shares his strategies for creating provocative design with a practical foundation.

Sponsored by Artline Group

*Panel Discussion, Living the Lifestyle: A View From the C-Suite immediately follows keynote (details below)

PANELIST
Karim Rashid, founder, Karim Rashid, Inc.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

TICKETS: $125 (ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR THE KEYNOTE AND PANEL)

Panel follows: Keynote: Karim Rashid, Founder, Karim Rashid, Inc.

Conference Room, 1E13/E14

PURCHASE TICKET

CEOS of leading lifestyle brands give designers a roadmap of the trends, challenges and “extra skills” that will win commissions in this dynamic segment.

MODERATOR
Mary Scoviak, executive editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Ingo Schweder, chief executive officer and founder, GOCO Hospitality
Josh Wyatt, president, Equinox Hotels
Scott Gerber, chief executive officer and principal of hospitality industry leader, Gerber Group
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

NEWH Booth, Display #1731

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Earth-friendly approaches to interiors are vital for a hotel’s healthy bottom line. Learn about current research showing how biophilic design– elements that connect people to nature in the built environment –are reflected in hotel performance. Get the insider insights on how this impacts differentials in room rates and use patterns on common spaces.

MODERATOR
Becca Dobosh, associate, Sera

PANELIST
Bill Browning, founding partner, Terrapin
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

NEWH Booth, Display #1731

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

What is the pulse of your place? Sustainable Strategist Stacey Olson of Gensler leads an in-depth conversation with Vanessa Shepsman, Humanscale Consulting’s Eastern Regional Associate Ergonomist, that unravels the science behind how the spatial environment impacts of personal and physical health. Listen in as they review current data trends within an increasingly mobile society. Learn more about the design strategies specific to keeping the active population healthy and how hotel owners and operators can successfully implement real world solutions to distinguish their sites as “the healthy alternative,” enhancing both staff and guest experience.

 

MODERATOR
Stacey Olson, associate, Gensler

PANELIST
Vanessa Shepsman, associate ergonomist, Humanscale-Eastern Region
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Been-there, done-that high-end travelers are hard to satisfy. Listen in on this discussion of what consumers will be demanding next and how to give them everything they require in real time and on a real-world budget.

 

MODERATOR
Gary Inman, vice president, hospitality, Baskervill

PANELISTS
Carolyn Cartwright, founder and principal designer, Cartwright New York
Gonzalo Bustamente, studio leader, Rockwell Group
Lisa Zandee, senior vice president, marketing, SH Group
Prem Devadas, president, Salamander Hospitality, LLC
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

NEWH Booth, Display #1731

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

No industry is unaffected by the effects of a warming planet. Hear from the real experts who produce the data and information we use to better understand the causes and consequences of climate change.  This Q + A session will provide the scientific answers to many of the current questions we have regarding trends, challenges, and solutions to what is widely regarded as the issue of our times.

MODERATOR
David Mahood, co-principal, Olive Hospitality Consulting

PANELIST
Robert Max Holmes, deputy director and senior scientist, Woods Hole Research Center
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

NEWH Booth, Display #1731

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Get the drill down on design strategies for healthier spaces from the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate™ and founder of the WELL Building Standard™, Delos™, a company that is transforming our homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments by placing health and wellness at the center of design, construction, facilities and operations decisions.  Jessica Rose Cooper, Executive Vice President, Delos Solutions and Director of Sustainability, will share emerging innovations and integrated solutions that broaden the scope beyond environmental sustainability to address human sustainability.  Take a closer look at how Wellness Real Estate extends to a broad range of building sectors – including retail, hospitality, healthcare and more.

MODERATOR
Lorraine Francis, regional director of hospitality interiors, Gensler

PANELIST
Jessica Cooper, executive vice president , Delos Solutions
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Getting more renovation business means working better, faster, and smarter. Experts in keeping that process on track creatively, on time and on budget clue you in on their best practices.

MODERATOR
Matthew Hall, editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Christina Hart, Senior Principal | Director of Hospitality Interiors, HOK Hospitality
David Ashen, principal, dash design
Miriam Torres, owner, Parker-Torres Design
Scott Sanders, founder, Scott Sanders LLC
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Go behind the scenes of the hottest hotels in the Big Apple’s bumper crop of new hospitality projects. Designers take you behind-the-scenes to explore the good, the bad and the brain teasers of working on high-profile commissions in the nation’s most visible—and competitive—urban market.

MODERATOR
Matthew Hall, editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Alessandro Munge, principal/interior designer, Studio Munge
Gian Gaglione, associate, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio
Johnathan Garrison, managing director, Yabu Pushelberg
Robin Mackay, project manager, Dakota Development

INTEL

Everything you need to build your business, from financial tips and marketing musts to using the latest 3D modeling software and advice from some of the industry’s thought leaders

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Building a successful design business is done contract by contract. Learn how to improve your processes to grow and protect your bottom line.

MODERATOR
Pamela Parsons, principal, Studio Elements

PANELISTS
Carole Foos, principal, OJM Group
Ed Bakos, managing director, Champalimaud
Heidar Sadeki, co-founder and creative director, Richardson Sadeki

INSPIRATION

Out-of-the-box ideas from sources as varied as theater designers, the visionaries behind America’s new cities, and the tech wizards blurring the boundaries of what’s virtual and what’s reality

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Problem-solving design approaches like Steampunk marry history, art and technology elements into double-take-worthy focal points. Here’s the nuts and bolts of making it come together—and why the hotel industry is becoming a fan.

 

MODERATOR
Matthew Hall, editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Bruce Rosenbaum, founder, ModVic LLC
Dave Reilly, chief executive officer-retired/owner, Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers/Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge, MA
David Kepron, vice president, global design strategies, Marriott International
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Top restaurant designers and chefs dish up some hearty food for thought on the how-tos of maximizing the consumer appeal, operational efficiency and success of F&B concepts. Come for the professional inspo; stay for the cookies.

 

MODERATOR
Jennifer Johanson, president and chief executive officer, EDG Interior Architecture + Design

PANELISTS
Gabriel Kreuther, chef
Glen Coben, founder, Glen & Co. Architecture
Nancy Ruddy, co-founder, CetraRuddy
Shimon Bokovza, chief executive officer , Orange Brands Management
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Hoteliers who are rewriting the rules for high-end hotels and resorts drill down on the materials, concepts and imaginative touches that say luxury across the top echelon of the travel market.

MODERATOR
Raj Chandnani, vice president, strategy, WATG | Wimberly Interiors

PANELISTS
Homi Vazifdar, managing director, Canyon Equity LLC
Joshua D. Seidner, hotel project manager, Silverstein Properties
Mari Balestrazzi, vice president, design services, Hyatt Hotels Corporation
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Great ideas aren’t enough to get client buy-in. Listen in while experts dish on what really clinches the deal.

 

MODERATOR
Chad Sorensen, principal, CHMWarnick

PANELISTS
Cecilia Gordon, director, Goulston & Storrs
Stephen Perkins, principal, 3north
Tim Dick, principal, Three Wall Capital LLC

INTERACTIVE

Unique educational workshops and interviews on the trade fair floor designed to let you engage with leading designers, sustainability experts, artists, manufacturers and more

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Located in the BDNY Incubator

Bring your designs into the virtual world, with or without a Pokémon in the corner. Listen in for a master class in crafting VR that makes clients want to keep their headsets on—or tweak it just a bit

MODERATORS
Michelle Acevedo, principal/owner, MAD Hospitality Studio


PANELISTS
Ash, chief creative officer, SONNY + ASH
Brian Thornton, design director, principal, Brian G Thornton Designs, LLC
Mike Gajdorus, director of client experience, SONNY + ASH
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

RUNWAY, Display #1719

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

New York during Fashion Week inspired this networking lounge. Get the inside story on turning fashion into interior design with all the right silhouettes and accessories.

 

MODERATOR
Oriana Lerner, Contributing Editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Anne Marchessault, junior designer, Floss Barber Inc.
Courtney DiBlasi, project designer, Floss Barber, Inc.
Floss Barber, principal and chief executive officer, Floss Barber Inc.
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

THE BAR ARCHIPELAGO, Display #519

This lively discussion focuses on insights from leading hoteliers and investors about the state of the hospitality industry, trends and growth opportunities.

 

MODERATORS
Carl Long, executive vice president, Purchasing Management International
Laura Klinkose, vice president, The Carroll Adams Group

PANELISTS
Dane Patunoff, director, development & construction, KHP Capital Partners
Jay Litt, executive vice president , Waramaug Hospitality
John Cooper, senior vice president development and construction, RB Hotel Development
Julie Frank, global director of design, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
Mark Linch, executive vice president, project & technical services, Capella Hotel Group
Sam Suleman, principal, Equinox Hospitality
Thomas Prins, managing director and principal, Benchmark Hospitality International
Tim Dixon, principal, Dicon Development, LLC
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

MIDNIGHT GARDEN, Display #837

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

HOW ART DEFINES A HOTEL

Art in hotels has evolved from nondescript wall decor to emerge as a defining element for individual properties and brands. Hear leading creative experts in our industry discuss the best ways in which they’ve seen art used to define a hotel, the ones that got away—and the big ideas yet to be executed.

MODERATOR
Jesse Kalisher, artist and founder/president & chief executive officer, Kalisher

PANELISTS
Christy Donato, vice president & global brand leader, JW Marriott
Jay Pecotte, senior director, project development, hotels & casinos – Americas, Hard Rock International
Lauren Rottet, founder and president, Rottet Studio
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Located in the BDNY Incubator

Here’s how great ideas and designs can be presented, understood and realized using new and immersive technologies. Welcome to the virtual world of 2D, 3D and even 4D and 5D.

MODERATOR
Mark Chmielewski, senior project manager, PS&S

PANELIST
Mark Chmielewski, senior project manager, PS&S
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

DARLING NIKKI, Display #337

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Teams of hospitality professionals comprised of brands leaders, owners/investors, designers and purchasing executives compete to name the most popular response to industry related survey questions. Teams will try to outguess their opponents in this fast-paced session of industry learnings and a lively dialogue of facts, figures and trends.

Designers vs. Purchasers

Interior Design Team:

  • Sara Duffy, Senior Interiors Associate, Stonehill & Taylor
  • Paula Benesch, Principal, P3 Design Collective
  • Kajsa Krause, Principal, Krause + Sawyer
  • David Shove-Brown, Partner, Studio 3877

Purchasing Team:

  • Ann Chipouras, Purchasing Dimensions
  • Daniel Englander, Benjamin West
  • Eddie Metairie , Ramsey Purchasing
  • Laura Klinkose, The Carroll Adams Group
MODERATORS
Jason Goldberg, director, sales & marketing, Benjamin West
Lora Spran, manager interior design, NBC Universal Creative Studio

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

GESTALT/MESH, Display #555

 

MODERATOR
Michelle Finn, president, HMG

PANELISTS
Amy Jakubowski, managing director & design director, Wilson Associates
Jovica Milic, founding partner, Mesh Fabrication, Designer of Gestalt
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

DARLING NIKKI, Display #337

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Find out how Prince became the muse for a space that hits all the right notes.

 

MODERATOR
Oriana Lerner, Contributing Editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Sarah Elena Cuellar, designer, BDNY project manager, P3 Design Collective
Tiphanie Purkat, partner, BDNY team leader, P3 Design Collective

Monday, November 14


INFORMATION

The hottest people, projects, and products influencing headline-making hospitality work in 2016

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

TICKETS: $125 (ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

PURCHASE TICKET

Conference Room, 1E13/E14

KEYNOTE: Cheryl Durst, executive vice president/chief executive officer, IIDA

Diversity in its fullest meaning (racial, gender, generational, cognitive, etc.) is an especially rich and intriguing subject that’s germane to business, yet highly personal—one’s view of it being shaped by his or her life experiences and value system. Join Cheryl Durst as she discusses this vast topic and hear how IIDA and its Diversity Council will work towards its goal to identify challenges in this profession and to discover, define, and deliver comprehensive education and solutions.

WOMEN LEADERS IN HOSPITALITY PANEL DISCUSSION

A Boutique Design signature event, presented in partnership with NEWH, this session brings together women thought leaders in hospitality design, operations, investment and manufacturing for a lively, strategic discussion of the challenges, opportunities and trends facing the industry. These forward thinkers give designers insider advice on how they can make the current hotel development and investment climate work to their advantage. In addition, NEWH will award the $5,000 NEWH Women Leaders scholarship sponsored by HMG.

MODERATOR
Mary Scoviak, executive editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Anda Andrei, principal, Anda Andrei Design
Cheryl Durst, executive vice president/chief executive officer, IIDA
Danette Opaczewski, senior vice president and chief financial officer, Sydell Group
Frances Kiradjian, founder, Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association (BLLA)
Heather Balsley, senior vice president, americas brands, Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG)
Jagruti Panwala, president/chief executive officer, wealth protection strategies, secretary (2016-2017), female director at large eastern region, AAHOA
Margie Ruddick, owner, Margie Ruddick Landscape
Michelle Wildenhaus, principal, Studio Twist
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Big or small, brands want designers who talk their language. Learn the new lexicon for impressing the influencers behind many of the flags flying high on lifestyle travelers’ radar.  Following in the footsteps of lifestyle pioneers such as Ian Schrager, Bill Kimpton and Adrian Zecha, there’s a whole new generation of business-as-unusual thinkers who are creating the hospitality products that will be on travelers’ bucket lists for year to come. Meet the influencers behind the brands that are redefining the hotel industry.

MODERATOR
Mary Scoviak, executive editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Jason Pomeranc, partner and chief executive officer, SIXTY Hotels
Jay Stein, chief executive officer, Dream Hotel Group
Mark Keiser, Chief Development Officer, Baccarat Hotels and 1 Hotels
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Big or small, brands want designers who talk their language. Master the new lexicon for impressing the decision-makers behind many of the flags flying high on lifestyle travelers’ radar.

 

MODERATOR
Jeff Higley, vice president, digital media & communications, HotelNewsNow.com/STR

PANELISTS
David Kepron, vice president, global design strategies, Marriott International
Dawn Hagin, chief inspiration officer, Lark Hotels
Jeff Ning, senior vice president, Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties
Larry Korman, president, AKA
Meredith Gelacak, president of operations – Americas, Cachet Hotel Group
Timothy Griffin, director, America, Ennismore
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Get the scoop on what it takes to get the job—and get it done—south of the border. From economics to sourcing, here’s the guidebook.

 

MODERATOR
Liliane Moura, managing director, Benjamin West

PANELISTS
Alinio Azevedo, vice president acquisitions, Loews Enterprises
Richard Katzman, managing director, HVS Mexico City
Sandy Benitez, principal, Design Atelier

INTEL

Everything you need to build your business, from financial tips and marketing musts to using the latest 3D modeling software and advice from some of the industry’s thought leaders

11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Conference Room, 1E03

Join ASID and IWBI for this CEU Roadshow with leaders in the integration of health and wellness in the built environment. Learn their best practices for creating interiors (consider that we spend 93 percent of our time indoors) that improve behaviors, decision-making and overall health and wellness. Share their insights on the business case for healthy interior design. Get the details on the new WELL Buildings Standard. Gain perspective with real-time, real-world details in a case study on the new ASID Headquarters office.

Randy Fiser, ASID

Elizabeth Miles, Delos

PANELISTS


2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Go behind the scenes with the team that developed TRU by Hilton for a hands-on look at how to bring a revolutionary brand to life in less than a year. Shorten your learning curve with tips, tricks and tools on how stay on track and in budget, while still pushing boundaries in order to generate a fresh and innovative concept. Find out how to address the challenges faced from every perspective – brand, owner and design firm – and how leveraging collaboration, innovative technology and out-of-industry ideas can be used to fill a void in the current midscale category. Interact first-hand with some of the effective solutions employed and leave feeling inspired on what your team could accomplish in less than a year.

 

MODERATOR
Alexandra Jaritz, global head, TRU by Hilton

PANELISTS
Adrianne Korczynski, vice president, creative director, FRCH Design Worldwide
Mitch Patel, president & chief executive officer, Vision Hospitality Group, Inc.
Tom Horwitz, executive vice president, FRCH Design Worldwide

INSPIRATION

Out-of-the-box ideas from sources as varied as theater designers, the visionaries behind America’s new cities, and the tech wizards blurring the boundaries of what’s virtual and what’s reality

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

It’s the unbuilt environment that informs some of today’s most groundbreaking projects. Get insights into creating natural wonders from a Cooper Hewitt National Design Award-winning landscape designer.

 

PANELISTS
Margie Ruddick, owner, Margie Ruddick Landscape
Susan Chin, executive director, Design Trust for Public Space
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Conference Room, 1E16

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

Social media might just be the biggest design star today. Get the scoop on crafting the perfect selfie spot.

 

MODERATOR
Mary Scoviak, executive editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Christine Shanahan, director of design, HVS Design
Duk Kim, principal and practice group leader of interior architecture, Streetsense
Josh Held, president, Josh Held Design
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Conference Room, 1E15

Accredited Session = 0.1 CEU IDCEC or 1 LU AIA

It’s a hub. It’s a focal point. It’s the new hotel bar. Pull up a chair and find out how to create standout venues, as explained by masterminds involved in every side of the business, from mixologists to hotel operators.

 

MODERATOR
Dan Ryan, founder, Beachwood Custom

PANELISTS
Allie Hope, head of development & acquisitions, Virgin Hotels
Dave Kaplan, owner, Proprietors LLC & Death & Co, Honeycut LA, The Normandie Club, The Walker Inn
Larry Traxler, senior vice president- global design, Hilton Worldwide
Marty Collins, chief executive officer, Gatehouse Capital
Michael Bedner, chief executive officer, Apeiron Group
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

TICKETS: $75 (ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR THE PANEL)

PURCHASE TICKET

Conference Room, E13/E14

Rapidly changing technology and guest expectations are leading to innovative travel and tourism experiences. The Gettys Group has assembled a panel of visionaries to share their insight and foresight on how to create and re-shape hotel experiences to meet these shifting expectations.

 

MODERATOR
Andrew Fay, chief operating officer, The Gettys Group

PANELISTS
Daniel Hyde, vice president of design, development & construction, Pacifica Hotels
Deanna Ting, associate editor, Skift
Larry Traxler, senior vice president- global design, Hilton Worldwide
Roger Hill, chief executive officer, The Gettys Group
Sam Leizorek, managing partner, Las Alcobas

INTERACTIVE

Unique educational workshops and interviews on the trade fair floor designed to let you engage with leading designers, sustainability experts, artists, manufacturers and more

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Located in the BDNY Incubator

Learn how 3D printing can work for your next project, from concept to modeling to fabrication. Here is your primer in using technology as a tool for cost-effective, compelling presentations and design.

For more information on Make Mode, please visit www.makemode.co.

PANELIST
Austin Robey, design and production, Make Mode
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

THE BAR ARCHIPELAGO, Display #519

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Take a sensory vacation and get the lowdown on this island-inspired space.

 

MODERATOR
Oriana Lerner, Contributing Editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Alejandro Aguirrechu, intern designer, Design360 Unlimited
Dean Singer, owner/principal, DESIGN360 Unlimited
Meg McFarland, owner/principal, DESIGN360 Unlimited
Roberto Aybar-Imbert, senior designer/project manager BDNY, DESIGN360 Unlimited
Zara Vardanyan, designer, DESIGN360 Unlimited
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

THE BAR ARCHIPELAGO, Display #519

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Teams of hospitality professionals comprised of brands leaders, owners/investors, designers and purchasing executives compete to name the most popular response to industry related survey questions. Teams will try to outguess their opponents in this fast-paced session of industry learnings and a lively dialogue of facts, figures and trends.

 Independents/Brands Team:

  • Brian Quinn, Red Lion

Owners/Investors Team:

  • Sam Suleman, Equinox Hotels
  • Mary Beth Cutshall, HVMG
  • Jessica Pfeifer, Host Hotels


MODERATORS
Amy Jakubowski, managing director & design director, Wilson Associates
Jason Goldberg, director, sales & marketing, Benjamin West

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Boutique Design, Display #349

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Talk to us! Come to the BD display and share your ideas, suggestions and projects.

 

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Located in the BDNY Incubator

Forget about plastic bracelets. Printing in 3D is more than a fad—find out how to make it work on your next project. This session will take you into the future of 3D printing.

PANELIST
Casey Mahon, design technology director, CarrierJohnson + CULTURE
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Midnight Garden, Display #837

(ON THE TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Teams of hospitality professionals comprised of brands leaders, owners/investors, designers and purchasing executives compete to name the most popular response to industry related survey questions. Teams will try to outguess their opponents in this fast-paced session of industry learnings and a lively dialogue of facts, figures and trends.

 Marriott Team:

  • Laurie Woliung, Senior Director, Interior Design, Marriott
  • Teri Urovsky, VP Interior Design, Marriott
  • Nigel Hatcher, Marriott

Hilton Team:

  • Melani Cardile, Manager Design, Focused Service, Hilton Worldwide
  • Brenda Lookadoo, Manager Global Design Services, Hilton Worldwide
  • Traci Organ, Design Specialists, Global Design Services, Hilton Worldwide
MODERATORS
Amy Jakubowski, managing director & design director, Wilson Associates
Jason Goldberg, director, sales & marketing, Benjamin West

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

MIDNIGHT GARDEN, Display #837

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Take a walk into fertile new ground for mixing illusion and interiors as you discover how to make magic in a pop-up space.

 

MODERATOR
Oriana Lerner, Contributing Editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Cheryl Richardson, senior interior designer, Marriott International
Kavitha Iyer, senior manager design, Marriott International
Laurie Woliung, senior director interior design, Marriott International
Timi Mustapha, interior designer, Marriott International
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

OOH-LA-LA, Display #1119

(ON TRADE FAIR FLOOR)

Paris is more than the Eiffel Tower and croissants. Here’s the new take on how to get behind the Fodor moments and translate sense of place into sexy, modern and relevant spaces.

 

MODERATOR
Matthew Hall, editor, Boutique Design

PANELISTS
Anastasia Berestova, interior designer, Stonehill & Taylor
Michael Suomi, principal and vice president, design, Stonehill & Taylor
Sara Duffy, senior interiors associate, Stonehill & Taylor