May 13, 2016

Experience These Standout Products During NYCxDESIGN

1. Firm: Andreu World.
Piergiorgio Cazzaniga.
200 Lexington Avenue.
The sofas, with auxiliary side tables, perch on slender aluminum legs and have perimeter piping that matches or contrasts the upholstery, available leather, wool, or wool-rayon.

2. FirmNanimarquina.
Designers: Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec.
Site: 588 Broadway.
Product: Lattice. 
Standout: A contemporary irregular rhythm of bars merge with traditional kilim weaving in a rug of hand-spun wool.

3. Firm: Future Perfect.
Designers: Dylan Davis and Jean Lee.
Site: 55 Great Jones Street.
Product: Equalizer.
Standout: Globes of handblown glass by the Ladies & Gentlemen Studio founders descend from an aluminum armature creating a chandelier that subtly divides space.

4. Firm: Lee Broom.
Designer: Lee Broom.
Site: 63 Greene Street.
Product: Optical.
Standout: In floor, table, and pendant versions, the steel fixture’s op art–inspired pattern, electroplated to glass globes, changes when viewed from different angles. At the Broom Off Broome pop-up.

5. Firm: Rolf Benz.
Designer: Sebastian Herkner.
Site: 21 Greene Street.
Product: Freistil 169.
Standout: In homage to the stand collars of 19th-century shirts, the angular backrest of the beech-based modular sofa tapers upward just so. At Studio Anise.

6. Firm: Avenue Road.
Designer: Christophe Delcourt.
Site: 145 West 28th Street.
Product: Twi.
Standout: Beneath the dining table’s high-gloss top, oak legs are faceted and irregularly placed, like twigs found in nature.

7. FirmFlexform.
Designer: Antonio Citterio.
Site: 155 East 56th Street.
Product: Eden.
Standout: Tailored arms and back upholstered in leather mask this sofa’s supreme practicality: A single bed is stowed below its seat cushion.

8. Firm: Flavor Paper.
Designer: David Nosanchuk.
Site: 44 West 18th Street.
Product: Colonnade.
Standout: A photo collage of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s colonnade at Piazza San Pietro, aka St. Peter’s Square in Rome, has become wallpaper. At Ralph Pucci International.

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