The New York Design Center welcomes three new showrooms this month. Offering sculptural lighting, handmade rugs, fine textiles and so much more, these exceptional brands expand the diverse offerings at 200 Lex and the buildings commitment to bringing together the finest resources in the design industry.
de Le Cuona – Suite 1618 de Le Cuona is thrilled to announce the opening of a second New York City trade showroom, coming this June to the New York Design Center. Located directly across from the Butterfield Cafe on the 16th floor, designers will be able to touch, experience, and be inspired by the company’s full range of textiles in the new boutique studio space. Reflecting the brand’s aesthetic, the contemporary airy space will embody the light, fresh, natural look and feel of its signature textiles. Designed for how professionals’ source today, there will be a color wall, workspace, and always something new to see.
Garnier & Linker – Suite 419 Guillaume Garnier and Florent Linker are two French designers based in Paris known for their contemporary creations using unique materials. The design duo draws inspiration from both decorative arts and sculpture to create objects with pure shapes that reveal the unique materials the objects are made from. The new showroom on the fourth floor of the New York Design Center offers sculptural lighting, furniture, and limited-edition collaborations handcrafted by French master craftsmen. This showroom is set to open later this month.
Liora Manne – Suite 603 Liora Manné, designer, New Yorker, and founder of her namesake textile company, designs and produces handmade rugs, wall and ceiling coverings, upholstery fabric, pillows, and artwork with the brand’s patented Lamontage technique, which fuses the ancient art of felting with modern technology to produce an incredibly versatile textile. The brand invites designers to their new showroom on the 6th floor of the New York Design Center, opened this past week, to shop both the Lamontage (hand-felted) and LUSH (hand-tufted) Collections and select from a myriad of colors, patterns, and textures – or customize from start to finish – for a highly artistic yet practical indoor or outdoor solution for commercial and residential projects.