DINING BY DESIGN

DBD logo 2013DINING BY DESIGN brings together internationally celebrated designers and local talent to create dining installations that awe, inspire, and delight. These extraordinary dining environments—from the lavish and opulent to the outrageous and whimsical—set the stage for five days of fun and fundraising. 

EXCITING NEWS!

Thanks to an increasing interest in both DINING BY DESIGN and the Architectural Digest Home Design Show,  this year we are expanding! DINING BY DESIGN New York will be held March 19-23, 2015 at Pier 92, with 30,000 square feet for design, creativity, and innovation, all in support of DIFFA. The event is still co-located with the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, which attracts over 40,000 visitors each year.

For information on sponsorship opportunities, click here.

To view some of last year’s highlights, please visit DIFFA’s Pinterest and Instagram and check out some of the coverage at Interior Design and Architectural Digest.

Jamie Drake and his team at Drake Designs installing sponsor Benjamin Moore’s table for last year’s event.


For information on the DINING BY DESIGN National Tour, contact our office at 212-727-3100 or email info@diffa.org.

For press inquiries, contact:
Steven Williams at swilliams@diffa.org

WHO CAN SPONSOR AN INSTALLATION?
We welcome both individual and corporate sponsors. Whether your company or background is in a creative area or you are simply a fan, we encourage a cross section individuals and companies to participate and support DIFFA‘s work. Many designers and manufacturers will chose to host and design their own installation, however, we are happy to “match make” by helping identify a designer or team who can help execute your installation.

WHO CAN DESIGN AN INSTALLATION?
DIFFA invites all creative individuals and design-oriented companies from all fields and disciplines to create installations. Past participants include top architects, interior designers, fashion designers, floral and landscape artists, event producers, photographers, retailers and design schools.

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