On the Cover: Birthday Party: DIFFA Celebrates 30 Years at Dining by Design NYC

By Parallel Design and Bolon. The entry tunnel was lined in woven vinyl progressing from the black of despair to the white of hope, through the emotional red of the spotlights. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By IA Interior Architects and Teknion Studio. Also turning 30, IA made itself a giant gift box in reclaimed teak, containing Atelier Oï pendant fixtures and Antonio Citterio chairs. Photography by Marion Curtis/Starpix.

By Parallel Design and Wifijerez with Wolf-Gordon and SilverLining Interiors. “We target the end of AIDS” was realized in custom-printed vinyl, inspired by a Jasper Johns painting, that covered the table, the back wall, and the floor, with plywood chairs ?painted to match. Photography Eric Laignel.

By Kara Mann and Maya Romanoff. Honoring the late Maya Romanoff, fabrics from his archive surrounded a table styled like a wallpaper studio. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Pratt Institute and Parallel Design. To celebrate the 31.4 million people living with HIV/AIDS, “happy birthday” appeared in 21 languages, in painted laser-cut plastic letters and characters. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By DVF and Kravet. “Fun, love, life” was the motto for a showcase of Diane von Furstenberg’s first cotton fabrics for this manufacturer. Photography by Marion Curtis/Starpix.

By Soren Rose Studio with Flexform and Manhattan.This vignette paid tribute to the bespoke aspects of design, as interpreted by both small studios and major manufacturers. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Studios Architecture. Silent Rhythm, a Maharam Digital Project by Jacob Hashimoto, set the tone in harmony with the etched acrylic kites above the table. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By HOK and Knoll. Representing the importance of partnership, employees’ families helped make the faux-suede or felt roses around the David Adjaye chairs and Eero Saarinen table. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Hariri & Hariri and Roche Bobois. An ongoing fascination with faceted geometry took shape as a stained fiberboard enclosure for Jean Paul Gaultier’s sectional and ottomans. Photography by Keith Scott Morton.

By Drake Design Associates and Benjamin Moore & Co. Surrounded by stenciled newspaper headlines from the 1980’s to today, the acrylic tables’ depositories collected a $1,000 on top of the $70,000 donated by the host to DIFFA and Alpha Workshops. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Gensler and Herman Miller. Compassion and caring translated into “XO,” further expressed by the happy couples from Braden Summers’s All Love Is Equal series.Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Gensler and Herman Miller. Compassion and caring translated into “XO,” further expressed by the happy couples from Braden Summers’s All Love Is Equal series. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By New York School of Wifijerez and Shawn Henderson Wifijerez. Wallpaper printed with enlarged blood cells led eyes toward a fiberboard vortex that symbolized AIDS still raging around us. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Rottet Studio and 3M Architectural Markets. Vinyl film wrapped the two dining structures, separated to indicate the gap in understanding between those living with AIDS and without it. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. This installation riffed on thinking outside the box—when the box is lined in copper-colored aluminum sheets and lit by a fixture made from copper pipe. Photography by Francis Dzikowski/Esto.

By Designtex. Charley Harper’s mural Space for All Species, as transformed into latex-blend wall covering by Todd Oldham, found an echo in the polyester tablecloth. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Marc Blackwell New York. A field of 30 memorial poppies, in various stages of bloom, gathered under the ribs built into this lacquered MDF table. Photography by Timothy Bell.

By Robert Verdi and Essie. Apothecary jars contained nail polish in colors co--ordinating with the plastic-laminate paneling in faux gold, bronze, and marble. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Robert Verdi and Essie. Apothecary jars contained nail polish in colors co--ordinating with the plastic-laminate paneling in faux gold, bronze, and marble. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By M Moser Associates and Milliken & Company and SPK/Lewis. Shanghai met Las Vegas with the nickel-plated steel rods of Warren Platner’s table and chairs shimmering in light from above and below. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By HDR and Waldner’s Business Environments. Global connectivity was represented by crisscrossed tape and a flat-screen monitor showing live footage of another dinner party, a mile away. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Slade Architecture and Axor. What first appeared to be 19th-century artistic swirls was actually a pattern repeating silhouettes of seven kitchen and bath products. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Calvin Klein Home. The table’s austere birch planks, punctuated by an inlaid strip of moss, embodied a minimalism designed to place the focus on the people attending. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Fashion Institute of Technology and Benjamin Moore & Co with Jes Gordon. As if swallowed by the whale in “The Adventures of Pinocchio,” guests dined under painted PVC and polystyrene ribs at a “raft” tabletop of rough pine. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By 2Michaels and Beacon Hill. A bamboo gazebo, imagined as a teahouse at the top of Mount Fuji, sheltered Sori Yanagi stools upholstered in a kimonolike silk-cotton. Photography by Eric Laignel.

By Design Within Reach. To announce a partnership with Emeco, its chairs by Ettore Sottsass, Studio Putman, Philippe Starck, or Foster + Partners mingled with Navy classics. Photography by Timothy Bell.

By David Ling Architect and DDCNYC. Harking back to when people reclined to dine, Fernando and Humberto Campana’s sofa sprawled below a banner depicting Hellenic symposia. Photography by Marion Curtis/Starpix.

By Barneys New York. Photographs from Bruce Weber’s “Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters” campaign captured transgender models and their family and friends. Photography by Timothy Bell.

By Philip Gorrivan Design with Fendi Casa and Luxe Interiors + Design. A trompe l’oeil scrim and opulent furnishings transported diners to the great hall of a royal hunting lodge near Turin, Italy. Photography by Timothy Bell.

Ralph Lauren Home. Reminiscent of springtime in Paris, cherry branches bursting with blossoms adorned a chandelier in silver and emerald-cut crystals. Photography by Marion Curtis/Starpix.

By Rockwell Group. The vignette’s sole decoration, yielding savings donated to DIFFA, was a wall to which attendees pinned their own photos shot and printed on-site. Photography by Blandon Belushin/Rockwell Group.

By Rockwell Group. The vignette’s sole decoration, yielding savings donated to DIFFA, was a wall to which attendees pinned their own photos shot and printed on-site. Photography by Blandon Belushin/Rockwell Group.

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