High Point Market plays a prominent role in streaming TV series

For the second season premiere episode, Carr was filmed on location at last year’s Fall Market where she participated in an immersive activation called “Sustainability Stories at Center Stage”, hosted by the High Point Market Authority (HPMA). Drawing on its expertise in circularity as New YorkNew York-based interior designer Carr staged one of three vignettes featuring sustainable furniture innovations from Currey & Company and Phillips Collection, as well as paint from Farrow & Ball and materials like Repreve, which is made from 100% ocean-bound recycled plastic.

Current High Point Market exhibitors featured or appearing in this broadcast of “Create things that last” to understand Aloka HomeCisco Home, Copeland, Crypton, etúHOME, Libeco, Moore & Giles, Rowe Furniture and the industry association Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC).

by Laurence Carr The EarthxTV series makes a powerful argument for sustainable interior design and shows how product selection can contribute to positive change,” says Ashley Grigg, Marketing and Communication Director HPMA. “We are delighted to have High Point Market and many of our leading exhibitors in sustainable furnishings being recognized at the show.”

“I was thrilled to include High Point Market in At Laurence’s“, says Carr. “It is a reliable and valuable resource for interior designers looking for sustainable products, new materials, inspiration and education.

The role of High Point Market, its exhibitors and founding member of the SFC Susan Inglis continues in future episodes, scheduled for release on EarthxTV every Saturday at 12:30 p.m. (ET) then available on demand, throughout the new season.

EarthxTV is a free 24/7 television network, video on demand, mobile app and streaming platform. Promoting the environment and sustainability, EarthxTV offers over 300 hours of original programming, discussions with world leaders, world events and award-winning films that are entertaining and informative.


SOURCE High Point Market Authority

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