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Architectural Digest AD Design Show

The 2019 Architectural Digest AD Design Show is underway at Piers 92 and 94 on Manhattan's west side.

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Come with me as I take a look at the trendiest luxury home furnishings and appliances on the market.

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The Skyline table by Vanessa Deleon for Elbra is a $10,000 table with a lit panel of cut crystals that retracts and can be covered with a glass panel for more flexible dining space. 

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Dacor's customizable 30-inch column fridges can be designed with your choice of exterior panels like this artistic metal and wood door set.

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JM Lifestyle's booth featured this custom tub complete with waterfall, made from woodformed concrete and priced at $12,500. 

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Sisyphus Industries got their unique Kinetic Art Tables off the ground on Kickstarter. Their tables run from $1,299 to $60,000 for a larger custom piece.

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Under a glass tabletop there is a ball bearing that constantly moves through a layer of sand, creating beautiful mandela patterns.

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Inside, a Raspberry Pi unit is moving a magnet to direct the ball bearing around through the sand. The table ships with 30 design program files, and users can create and share their own files to add.

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Blatt Billiards creates and installs custom commissioned tables with your choice of fabric at prices ranging from two to one hundred thousand dollars. This one was $24,000.

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Reflectel designs televisions that are hidden by a mirror surface when they are turned off. A 43-inch "Essential" model retails for $6,800. 

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You can custom-order a piece by Richard Clarkson that depicts the constellations of the night sky on any date you like (anniversary gift, anyone?). It'll only run you $18,000. 

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Here you can see Richard posing with his "Cloud" overhead lighting design, which start at $580 for a "tiny cloud," but can be custom-sized like this huge one at $7,500.

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SMEG was back this year with more in its limited edition line of appliances with designs from Dolce & Gabbana. 

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If you ever dreamed of having a color-changing light-up glass staircase in your home, Compass Ironworks has got you covered. For a two-story Helical staircase you might pay around $110,000.

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Leaf + Wood is a Brooklyn-based studio creating handbuilt horticultural "grow cabinets" in walnut, maple or cherry. This is high-end growing at around $13,500 per custom cabinet.

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Need a fancy glass elevator in your mansion? Day Elevator and Lift has got you covered. It will run you around $65,000 or more depending on your needs and installation challenges. 

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Opiary, in Brooklyn, makes custom concrete-based living designs. This "Water Saucer" starts around $2,000 as a custom commission. 

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Caliber's $32,000 customizable 72-inch indoor range includes your color choices and lighting strips. 

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The STIL 5's jets can be customized and the unit can be controlled over Wi-Fi. Retail price? $14,895.

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It's no secret that skull motifs are trending these days, especially with the rich. Can you spot the skulls in this otherwise normal looking (if fancy) rug from Jan-Kath?

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Neil Kerman's paintings were being promoted as "enhanced with 3D glasses." Technology is always dancing with the edges of the fine art world.

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This custom jewelry safe with a mirrored door from Empire Safe bolts to the floor and costs $14,800. 

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This enormous one-of-a-kind lighting piece by Silver Hill Atelier is called "Nocturne" and will only run you $40,000.

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These 30-inch Jennair Noir refrigerator columns can be customized with alligator skin leather as seen here for an extra $4,000. The base price for the pair would be $13,000. 

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Wolf's Transitional Teppanyaki Module will have you grilling Hibachi and more at home for just a little over $2,000.

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Kin & Company's booth featured this fabulously arty metallic wallpaper. 

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London Basin's line of handmade sinks ship from the UK and run between $700 to $900.

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Elite Home Theatres + Automation provides full services to set up your high-end home with everything from sound systems outdoors to coordinated automations in the home.

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Their booth display included a demo of Savant, a home automation management system that allows a property owner to control everything from their hot tub temperature to their fans and security system from a tablet.

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Ilve's booth featured these colorful models by Majestic.

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This Large Fossil Stone dining table by Green River Stone Company is $18,000. 

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Wolf's 36-inch Contemporary Induction Cooktop will run you $2,795.

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Bau Closet is the first closet company to produce their models entirely by robots in dark unlit factories. Creepy but greener.

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You can get their closet paired with this jewelry center complete with built-in safe and tempered glass top for a little over $80,000 for the set.

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Bau also designs modern looking kitchen cabinetry systems like this "Enigma" design with staggered red edges that stand out at an angle.

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Thermador's Ultimate Glass Care Center is a specialized dishwasher for those who drink a LOT of wine. Or you know, entertain a lot. 

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This artisan-made "Homemaker's Dry Bar" is formed from 1,200 pounds of concrete and includes an illuminated mirrored interior. 

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Lillian Gorbachincky's dining tables feature a lot of glitz and glam in their layers of glass and metallic finishes.

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The True booth was looking pretty slick with their green and brass finishings on high end refrigeration. 

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Grando was showing off their automated pool covers that help you save energy by keeping your heated pool more insulated when not in use.

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Kalamazoo's woodburning grill, "The Gaucho" has special trays for meat and fish that raise and lower as you turn the wheel. This model costs $22,000 built into cabinetry. 

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Sweeten is a free online matchmaking service to hook you up with a general contractor that will fit your needs when you're planning a high-end renovation.

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Flaming Gorge by Jatex was showing off custom fire pits like this copper model that can be custom ordered to work with wood, natural gas or propane.

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The My Cube safe includes a charging port inside and costs $449. 

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Vitrea's V Touch series of home automation switchplates can handle a wide range of home technology, from thermostats to lighting to sound, and more. 

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Of course everything can be controlled from an app on your phone.

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Caroline Z Hurley's "Naked Ladies Couch" is $2,000. She sells pillows too. 

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Cliff Young's "Faceted Fireplace" from HearthCabinet has a mirrored finish and is a ventless system utilizing alcohol gel cartridges. 

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Miele's MasterCool 2 features push-to-open French doors and LED lighting. This is currently a prototype but it is expected to cost around $9,000.

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Fischer & Paykel's 48-inch prorange prototype was on display in their booth. 

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And it's got touchscreen controls.

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These wall art pieces from Light Reel feature strips of 8mm and 16mm film over a wood-framed light panel.

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In closeup you can see some scenes from Batman in this one.

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Kino Guerin's beautiful curly wooden furniture is available on his website. The big one in the middle is priced at $6,000.

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