Nov 5, 2015 — Nov 8, 2015

SOFA CHICAGO, the world’s foremost fair devoted to Sculpture, Objects, Functional Art and Design, returns November 5-8 for its 22nd year with 70+ dealers from around the world exhibiting an array of ceramics, wood, glass, fiber, jewelry, metal and innovative design plus a selection of painting, photography and works on paper. NEW this year, renowned Chicago architects Cheryl Noel and Ravi Ricker of Wrap Architecture were tapped to redesign the show floor creating an open and more cohesive layout.


More than 36,000 fairgoers including artists, collectors, curators and designers from around the world attend SOFA and enjoy favorites such as the Corning Museum of Glass Hot Glass Roadshow, the CONNECT student design competition, the annual Lecture Series and Special Exhibits alongside dealer presentations highlighting emerging and established artists.


For the 11th straight year, SOFA CHICAGO will be sponsored in part by Chubb Personal Insurance, one of the world’s preeminent insurers of fine homes, art, antiques, jewelry, automobiles, yachts, and other prized possessions.


Name Location Date
Lawrence Israel Lecture: Alexandra Champalimaud New York Nov 21, 2019
FIT's Interior Design Department honors interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud with its 2019 Lawrence Israel Prize. Champalimaud’s design firm has achieved a global notoriety, while maintaining a reputation defined by luxury. Notable projects include the revival of the Algonquin Hotel, the Carlyle in New York, the Four Seasons in Jakarta, and other top hotels around the world, along with inspiring work with restaurants and spas, including the celebrated Troutbeck in upstate New York.Details
2019 East Hampton House & Garden Tour East Hampton Nov 30, 2019
The East Hampton Historical Society is proud to announce their 2019 House & Garden Tour, showcasing some of the finest examples of historical and modern architecture in the Hamptons. This year’s tour — consisting of five unique houses — is scheduled for Saturday, November 30, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Details