New York City’s status as a design capital grows significantly in strength this year, with the opening of a slew of new showrooms from both homegrown and international brands. Scattered throughout Manhattan – and encompassing everything from lighting to kitchens – we chart the spike in dedicated spaces which ultimately means more design for all...Roll & Hill
Hometown hero Roll & Hill has become an in-demand lighting company in recent years. The brand, headed up by veteran designer Jason Miller, inaugurates a 4,000 sq ft, three-floor space in Soho (pictured) this week, where its extensive collections will be permanently installed...
Writer: Pei-Ru Keh
...Miller created the gallery-style abode in collaboration with the architecture firm Husband Wife...
...Filled with natural light and equipped with an elegant staircase that connects the floors, the cool, minimal space is the perfect foil to the brand’s lighting, which includes creations by Lindsey Adelman, Fort Standard, Philippe Malouin and Studio Formafantasma.3 Mercer Street, New York
Broom off Broome
British designer Lee Broom may have opted for a more mobile means of presenting his work in Milan, but for New York, his presence is more permanently felt with the opening of a three-month pop-up shop in the heart of Soho...
Photography: Peter Murdock
Nicknamed ‘Broom off Broome’, the retail space – Broom’s first in America – is decked out with over 50 pieces of furniture, lighting and accessories, including pieces from the 'Optical' collection, that made its recent debut in Milan...
Photography: Peter Murdock
The boutique itself is a stylish ode to Broom’s British heritage, with abstracted facets of Georgian architecture holding court in the industrial loft-like space.63 Greene Street, New YorkPhotography: Peter Murdock
ApparatusThe lighting studio's stratospheric rise in its five years of being reaches new heights with the opening of a sprawling new showroom that personifies its sumptuous, sophisticated style...
Located in midtown Manhattan, the design studio’s new, fourth-floor home is seductively installed with accessories, lighting and furniture offerings, while also housing most of its production line under one roof. A range of custom-made furniture, carpeting and furnishings lurking in the space’s different corners all hint towards what may yet come...124 West 30th Street, 4th Floor, New York
The Italian kitchen manufacturer Cesar has opened its first American showroom in the Big Apple’s NoMad area, which is fast becoming a destination for outfitting a well-dressed home...
...The elegant lines of Cesar’s kitchens have influenced the minimal aesthetic of its New York base, which reflects the company’s refreshed direction, that focuses on Italian design and modern textures. The showroom will soon also host gourmet-oriented moments, such as culinary and design-focused events organised with like-minded brands.50 West 23rd Street, New York
The brooding, Gothic aesthetic of the design label Material Lust has found a home it can truly thrive in on the Big Apple’s Lower East Side. Decked out in the brand’s theatrical pieces, Annex is an unfettered vision of what Material Lust’s surrealistic collections are about...
Currently on view are the label’s first upholstered furniture efforts – a peaked sofa and an armchair (pictured left), as well as a new assortment of objects and accessories under the moniker Orphan Work (pictured right) that tread a line between industrial and refined.195 Chrystie Street, 9th Floor, New York
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