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EVENT | What's New, What's Next @ The NYDC 2016


Join transFORM and their Media Sponsor Aspire Metro Magazine, at the New York Design Center’s highly anticipated event, What’s New, What’s Next on Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 2pm-9pm. transFORM will be displaying their new multifunctional Men's Apartment, which includes a horizontal wall bed, custom wardrobe & dual-purpose desk.

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Featured in Desert Oak and Dusk Frake from Shinnoki and finished with Red Port High Gloss and Black Leather accents, transFORM’s newest installation features an array of custom cabinetry for added storage. transFORM’s horizontal wall bed provides comfort, convenience and charm without sacrificing valuable square footage. The convertible design makes it simple to fold out the bed and tuck it back away when not in use.  A wall bed is a perfect addition to any spot that doubles as a guest room or has a limited amount of floor space.

Also on display is a custom built-in wardrobe system, which was designed to accommodate the homeowners clothes, style and space. Hanging sections allow enough elevation to conveniently organize items based on size while shelving and drawers provide access and organization for items you would like to have seen, and those you would like to have stowed away.  

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Finally, transFORM’s dual purpose desk doubles as a modern sideboard and functional working space. With advanced European hardware, transFORM was able to design a full length table that extends from a single drawer in the desk, a smart solution for compact urban living. Concealed telescoping hardware allows the homeowner to effortlessly convert the desk into a table in seconds. transFORM focuses on helping people in the Metropolitan Area maximize space and recognize the benefits of having custom designed cabinetry - be it a dedicated room or just a nook.

transFORM’s Design Research and Product Development Director will begin his presentation on smart design solutions at 7:45pm at the NYDC. This will be a preview into the future of smart living in small urban spaces. Learn how new advanced hardware and materials are creating exciting designs that maximize space and function in compact apartments.

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RECHARGED, REFRESHED & INSPIRED : Chocolate, Coffee & Art 

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With so many exciting activities, you’ll be feigning for an energy boost - stop by suite 708 for an awesome afternoon of chocolate, coffee and art! Sarah Endline and her company Sweet Riot, makes all natural healthy chocolate treats and snacks in a socially responsible way. She will be providing delectable chocolates from 3-4pm. In addition, transFORM Gallery will be serving certified organic Grounds For Change coffee, a Washington State coffee roaster specializing in 100% Fair Trade. This delicious and sustainable combination will keep you recharged and refreshed as you continue on through the New York Design Center’s building wide events.

As you enjoy your sweet treats, International photographer Jean Luc Mege will be hosting an informal talk centered around his high-end, premium composite acrylic glass photographs, which are currently on display at transFORM art gallery.

 

8th Annual What’s New, What’s Next Event

transFORM, 200 Lexington Ave. Suite 708, New York, NY

Thursday, September 22nd from 2-9pm

Chocolate, Coffee & Art  from 3-4pm

Smart Design Solutions Presentation 7:45pm

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