NEW Showrooms. 2015 F resh faces and new designs.
Alea, Suite 1509 aleaoffice.com Alea, a leader in the office furniture industry in Italy, has grown worldwide, opening their first New York showroom at 200 Lex. Alea’s extensive knowledge of manufacturing processes and design has created durable furniture that pairs function with aesthetic. Their products include tables, systems, reception, storage, and bookcases.
Crosby Street Studios, Suite 1303 crosbystreetstudios.com Crosby Street Studios is the trusted source of custom luxurious textiles and carpets to the trade. Collaboration and exploration set the company apart, with childhood friends and principals Tony Mott and Jim McFadden combining their considerable talent and industry to offer architects, designers, and contractors exclusive access to innovative and timehonored materials, technologies, and artisans from discrete sources around the globe. Crosby Street Studios provides dynamic, full-service research, and technical and creative capabilities, allowing the team to create one-of-a-kind, dream carpets and textiles with its clientele.
ducduc, Suite 715 phone 212.226.1868, fax 212.226.5504 ducducnyc.com ducduc, founded in 2005, designs quality modern and traditional children’s furniture that is consciously constructed and eco-friendly. Each ducduc piece is designed in NYC and custom made to order in the company’s 1890s restored production facility in Connecticut. Finishes, dimensions, hardware, even drawer interiors are all customizable, letting parents champion their family’s sense of style. The company’s high quality standards mean that cribs often stay within the family as it grows, toddler beds become big kid beds, and changing tables transition to dressers. For older children, ducduc has a youth line with larger and more mature options including bunk, canopy, platform, and day beds, desks, armoires, vanities, and play tables.
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Julian Chichester/Mr. Brown London, Suite 604 phone 646.293.6622, fax 917.591.2413 julianchichester.com, mrbrownhome.com Julian Chichester’s newly expanded showroom grows the British influence at the New York Design Center. Interpreted in a distinctively contemporary way, Julian Chichester channels the great designs of the 19th and 20th centuries to create eclectic, transitional furniture. The larger showroom features Julian Chichester’s line, Mr. Brown London. The pieces are more accessible, giving classic English formality a knowing twist.
Kindel Furniture, Suite 806 phone 646.293.6649, fax 646.293.6657, kindelfurniture.com Since 1901 the Kindel Furniture Company has preserved an enduring heritage of craftsmanship, scholarship, and authenticity. Whether to the exacting standards of the Winterthur Museum, the iconic designs of Dorothy Draper, or the architectural precision of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Kindel’s exceptional team of designers, engineers, and artisans are dedicated to uncompromising craftsmanship. Relevant design has fostered Kindel’s ability to create custom furniture. Their bench-made workshop and “made to order” practices allow for adaptation of dimensions, wood species, and functionality of their entire product line. Their custom capabilities are limitless and define Kindel as a true American luxury brand.
Phillips Collection, Suite 603 phone 336.884.9271, fax 336.882.7405 phillipscollection.com Phillips Collection expands their presence at the New York Design Center with a larger showroom. Starting in Southeast Asia and continuing on to Africa, Latin America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim, they’ve searched the world for exciting products for their design-oriented customers. Today, Phillips Collection continues to define global style for the contemporary market. With the same spirit of innovation, they discover designs and designers, and match them with an incredible range of production resources developed over decades of travel. Combining exciting concepts, talented designers, skillful producers, and a dedicated support staff, Phillips Collection is a creative collaboration that mixes concept, craftsmanship, and marketing to bring beautiful home furnishings and accessories into sophisticated homes around the world.
Raul Carrasco NYC, Suite 511
phone 212.966.6112, fax 212.966.6113 raulcarrasco.com Blending his own designs with pieces procured from around the world, Raul Carrasco NYC’s showroom offers a mix of modern furnishings, vintage objects, glass art, and metalwork. For over 15 years, Raul Carrasco NYC has adorned South Florida’s finest homes and businesses with a distinct mix of contemporary yet warm and timeless furnishings. His customers, who range from interior designers to collectors to private clients, have come to appreciate his disciplined approach to scale, form, and proportion. The pieces in the Raul Carrasco NYC showroom are timeless with a flair for the international.
Theodore Alexander, Suite 515 phone 646.293.6628, fax 646.293.6629 theodorealexander.com Theodore Alexander is one of the leading manufacturers of fine furniture. Their comprehensive collections consist of several thousand designs, providing eclectic, traditional, and modern classical furniture and accessories to our clients. Theodore Alexander has become renowned as a unique brand embodying quality in design. They strive for innovative designs and create furniture to last lifetimes. Founded in 1996 by the enigmatic Paul Maitland Smith, an industry legend who has pioneered high-end furniture production throughout Asia for the past 25 years, Theodore Alexander is now one of the largest furniture manufacturers in South East Asia.
Todd Hase Furniture Inc., Suite 425 phone 212.871.9075, fax 212.871.9085 toddhase.com New York-based designer Todd Hase has opened his newest showroom on the 4th floor of the New York Design Center. Todd has created a streamlined showcase for Todd Hase Furniture’s popular blend of modern and vintage home furnishings. The 200 Lex location offers Todd’s full collection of custom upholstery, tables, case goods, lighting, and textiles as well as his hand-selected fine art, and antiques from Paris and the regions near his chateau in Normandy. The blend of American-manufactured, exclusive, custom furniture and the French antiques in which he finds his inspiration has been a favorite of celebrity designers, clientele, and trendsetters since 1995.