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NEW Showrooms F R E S H FACE S A ND NEW D ESIGNS.

Bendheim Glass. Suite 1602 Bendheim Glass is one of the nation’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourthgeneration, family-owned company offers more than 2,000 types of architectural glass in stock, as well as unlimited custom design solutions. Bendheim develops, imports and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City. Circa Lighting, Suite 103 Circa Lighting’s new location at the New York Design Center will feature a Visual Comfort lighting studio. For nearly 30 years, Visual Comfort & Co. 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. The new lighting studio will showcase Visual Comfort’s ever-growing assortment of interior and exterior lighting, and will incorporate interactive digital displays for a state-of-the-art shopping experience. Cosulich Interiors & Antiques, Suite 509 Cosulich Interiors & Antiques is distinguished for its international presence within the design and arts community. Working together in Italy, France and England, Fabienne and Franco Cosulich gained access to one-of-a-kind pieces from prestigious Italian villas and European estates. Their Upper East Side boutique offered 20th-century Italian statement pieces and exclusive Venetian Murano glass creations noted for their artistry and rarity. Now they’re bringing their reputation and discerning eye to 200 Lex, where their history, education and travels will continue to attract respected designers and collectors worldwide. Guy Regal Decorative and Fine Art, Suite 425 Guy Regal’s New York Design Center showroom represents the culmination of decades of work in the field, offering one of the most innovative decorative arts experiences in New York. “I have always felt it’s important to show my collections in styled vignettes,” says the art and antiques collector and decorative arts tastemaker. The fourth-floor showroom will feature newly acquired inventory and never-before-seen favorites presented in the curated collections for 70

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which Regal is known. Fine art will be a central facet, with revolving shows of both established and emerging artists, as well as a constantly rotating inventory so the space always has a fresh, updated feel. KGBL, Suite 1616 KGBL designs and produces handcrafted American furniture. The line, built in their shop in Brooklyn, is unapologetically modern, but executed in materials and utilizing methods associated with older levels of craftsmanship. Working in fumed white oak, silicon bronze and borosilicate glass (to cite a few examples), KGBL fashions sophisticated pieces that employ marquetry, leather molding, stone carving and nonferrous metal techniques. The showroom is open to the public. LEPERE, Suite 1207 LEPERE showcases a meticulously curated collection of contemporary designs from Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain. The company has developed a loyal following in the residential and contract design communities with its warm, minimalist furniture, outdoor, carpets and lighting. Dominic Lepere’s collection embodies his core design principles of beauty, quality, functionality and refinement, while reflecting the sophistication of New York. With degrees in art history and economics, and leadership roles at design powerhouses like Bulthaup and Cassina, Lepere brings a well-rounded knowledge and experience to the interiors community. N A S I R I fine handmade carpets, Suite 714 N A S I R I began nearly two decades ago as a dealer of antique carpets, later translating its knowledge of ancient weaving techniques into the creation of unique Persian Ziegler Sultanabad, Tabriz and Bakshaish rugs. The company now offers complete custom recreations of all varieties of carpets, with endless options for size, color, weave, texture and design, utilizing organic dyes and materials. N A S I R I is a leading source of both vintage flatweaves and modern re-creations (as demonstrated by their Midcentury Modern and Mazandaran collections), and offers an inspiring library of carpets and samples.

Saelger Shading. Suite 417A Saelger Shading is a sales and marketing company specializing in architectural window treatments and technology. Their innovative product lines provide an infinite variety of inspiring designs, and represent some of the industry’s leading manufacturers, both in Europe and Australia. These outstanding brands contribute key strengths and core capabilities that have resulted in a cohesive and highly synergistic product offering. Saelger is excited to bring these outstanding products to the New York Design Center, and to provide the A&D community with the resources needed to ensure exceptional outcomes to even the most complex projects! Skram Furniture Company, Suite 427 Skram Furniture Company’s new showroom will offer an exclusive destination for distinctive seating, tables, case goods, lighting and accessories. Founder and designer A. Jacob Marks believes that enduring design and fine workmanship are inextricable. The company’s manufacturing merges advanced technologies with traditional craftsmanship in a variety of natural materials like timber, hardwood veneer, steel, bronze, leather and stone. Skram’s products are crafted in a solar-powered facility in North Carolina, and are intended for design-driven residential and contract environments. t brown studio. Suite 1610 TIMOTHY BROWN STUDIO, a full-service New York–based interior design firm with over 15 years of experience, is proud to announce the opening of its new shop, t brown studio, at the New York Design Center. Located in Suite 1610, t brown studio will offer a carefully curated inventory of antique, vintage and contemporary furnishings. WOVEN, Suite 805 WOVEN is a 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. In 2016, WOVEN debuted Studio Woven, a series of in-house-designed contemporary handwoven rugs for the 21stcentury home. The new collection is comprised of six series of rugs inspired by the modern nomad and informed by the antique and vintage masterpieces within the WOVEN collection.

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