NEW Showrooms F R E S H FACE S A ND NEW D ESIGNS.
Archetypal Imagery Corp., Suite 419 Archetypal Imagery is dedicated to delivering unparalleled custom hardwood flooring in all categories, such as antique, modern, and classical. Archetypal is world renowned for its intricate end-grain mosaic wood floors, parquet, and bespoke inlays, as well as super-wide / super-long plank wood floors. Known for its services in installation and finishing, Archetypal is a master of unlimited colors and textures in the job-site finishing field. With use of innovative low VOC burnishing oils that are extremely durable and cure immediately, the company is able to allow customers to use the flooring area instantly.
Elle W Collection, Suite 420 Lorraine Wohl /Elle W collection relocated after 30 years at Lexington Avenue and 65th Street. She offers an array of French midcentury furnishings, an exceptional collection of deco and retro jewelry, and vintage costume jewelry.
Circa Lighting, Suite 103 Circa Lighting is proud to announce the opening of its newest location at the New York Design Center in spring of 2017. The 200 Lexington Avenue location will feature a Visual Comfort Lighting Studio. For nearly 30 years, Visual Comfort has produced decorative lighting collections with the most influential names in the design industry, including Ralph Lauren Home, Kelly Wearstler, E.F. Chapman, Alexa Hampton, Thomas O’Brien, and more. Located in Suite 103, the new lighting studio will showcase Visual Comfort & Co’s evergrowing assortment of interior and exterior lighting and incorporate interactive digital displays for a stateof-the-art shopping experience.
Munder Skiles, Suite 436 John Danzer's foray into the field of garden furniture design began as a recreational interest. His curiosity about the design of the furniture for any outdoor space grew into passionate research and collecting. All of his discoveries, which include archives of designers, collections of valuable examples, an extensive library of books, and new and antique catalogs, are organized in a usable digital library of more than 10,000 images along with scrapbooks covering 50+ related topics. In 1991, his reputation in the little-studied field of garden furniture design history expanded even further after he lectured at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Today he regularly addresses decorative arts, design, and horticultural organizations. In 1992, John started Munder Skiles to produce quality garden furniture. Firmly grounded in John's knowledge of garden furniture history and material science, the company is recognized for its artisan-like standards of comfort, craft, and proportion. John's modernist/ergonomic Taconic Chair™ received the 1994 Roscoe Award as the "Best American Chair"—the first time a garden seat had been so honored. The New York School of Interior Design staged a 10-year retrospective of Munder Skiles in 2000 called "Reinventing the Garden Seat," another first in the industry. John was nominated by the Cooper-Hewitt for a 2005 National Design Award in Landscape Architecture.
Woven, Suite 805 Woven is a leading full-service independent contemporary rug gallery specializing in a carefully curated inventory of antique and vintage rugs sourced and hand-selected from around the world. Introduced in 2016, Woven debuted Studio Woven, a series of in-house-designed contemporary hand-woven rugs for the 21st-century home. The new collection is made up of six series of rugs, inspired by the modern nomad and informed by the antique and vintage masterpieces within the Woven collection.