Fenestella, defined as a small window or opening for allowing relics within to be seen.
Formed by two friends with a common goal, Kate Price and Nicholas Longhi established the Fenestella collection as a window to human connection through history and design by curating pieces sourced from around the globe, with an emphasis on Italian and French design, ranging from Art Deco to the Space Age.
Luxurious materials, quality of craftsmanship, and importance to design history are at the core of the collection. Most importantly, ensuring that each piece sparks a curiosity to learn and explore.
Visit Fenestella’s new booth on the 10th Floor of The New York Design Center at The Gallery at 200 Lex.
The Gallery at 200 Lex provides 50 of the finest vintage and antique dealers with a presence in the New York Design Center, and changes the dynamic of this once design-trade-only building into a progressive, all-inclusive design resource.