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NEW YORK PACK 2013


CONTENTS INTRODUCTION

 

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NYCxDESIGN

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SUBWAY MAP:  KEY  DESTINATIONS  

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BIKEID NYC    

 

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APPS &  MAPS  

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HASHTAGS  

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NYC DESIGN  TALKS

 

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ICFF    

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MEATPACKING/ WEST  VILLAGE  

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WANTEDDESIGN

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NOHO

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SOHO

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BROOKLYN/ WILLIAMSBURG

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK

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MEET AND  EAT  

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PRESS RELEASES:  SHOWROOMS  &  INSTALLATIONS  

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INVITATIONS: SHOWROOMS  &  INSTALLATIONS  

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TEN THINGS  TO  DO  IN  NEW  YORK  TO  ESCAPE  FROM  DESIGN

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FACT SHEET  FOR  NEW  YORK  2013

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Compiled by  James  Hart  and  Anya  Lawrence  

 

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INTRODUCTION This  year,  we  are  delighted  that  the  city  of  New  York  has  embraced  design  with  NYCxDesign.  A  few   years   ago   at   one   of   Jerry   Helling’s   notable   dinners,   a   group   of   us   at   one   of   the   tables   spoke   about   how  wonderful  it  would  be  if  an  ini_a_ve  could  come  from  the  city  to  champion  design.  Now,  it  has   happened,   this   is   just   the   beginning   of   what   we   hope   will   be   a   celebra_on   of   the   design   talent   in   the   city,   and   the   plaborm   New   York   offers   across   the   scope   of   architecture,   urban   planning   digital   and   graphic   design.   The   disciplines   are   so   rich,   and   May   going   forward   will   be   a   key   _me   for   New   York   as   the  connec_ons  are  made.       We   are   looking   forward   to   ICFF   and   the   many   ini_a_ves   going   on   there   from   Fab.com’s   ‘designer   call   out’   to   Bernhardt   Design   and   Bespoke   Global.   At   Wanted   Design,   Odile   and   Clare   have   raised   the   bar   yet  again  with  excellent  programming  and  content.  This  is  their  third  year  and  they  have  established   an   inspiring   design   des_na_on.   At   Wanted   Design,   look   out   for   Bernhardt   with   The   Carrot   Concept   and  Neal  Feay.  Noho  remains  one  of  our  favorite  neighborhoods  for  installa_ons,  mee_ng  people  and   par_es  at  The  Bowery.    Jill  and  Monica  are  spearheading  this  so  well,  and  it  gets  beeer  each  year.       In  Soho,  Camron  is  proud  to  be  working  with  Kartell,  Bisazza  and  Artemide  this  year  and  there  will  be   openings  on  Monday  evening  and  we  look  forward  to  welcoming  you.  Elsewhere  in  the  city,  do  seek   out  Baroncelli  in  the  DND  Building  and  Tai  Ping  in  their  showroom  where  they  show  Ramy  Fischler’s   new  Chinoiserie  Collec_on.       In  this  inaugural  Camron  New  York  pack,  we  have  also  shared  with  you  restaurants  we  seek  out  and   des_na_ons  in  New  York  that  we  appreciate  while  in  the  city,  either  as  residents  or  visitors.       Looking  forward  to  seeing  you  there  with  our  New  York,  London  and  San  Francisco  teams!           Judy  Dobias   Managing  Director  

THE DESIGN  COMMUNICATIONS  AGENCY:  LONDON  /  NEW  YORK  /  SAN  FRANCISCO   3  


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SUBWAY MAP:  KEY  DESTINATIONS   Key     7  

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BIKEID NYC  “DESIGNER”  BIKE  MAP  

BIKEID has   partnered   with   Wanted   Design   to   create   a   bike   map   for   this   year’s   NYCxDESIGN.   Leave   your   car   or   taxi   at   home,   and   bring   your   bicycle.   Not   only   will   you   get   around   town   in   a   greener   way,   but  you’ll  get  around  town  faster  –  meaning  more  design,  more  inspira_on  and  more  par_es!     The   map   shows   all   of   the   NYC   bike   routes   and   a   highlighted   “designer”   route   between   the   main   exhibi_ons   and   design   districts.   Actual   pocket   sized   maps   are   being   distributed   around   the   events   during   design   week,   or   you   can   download   a   digital   version   for   your   smart   phone   here:   hep://bikeid.us/     hep://www.bikeid.us/nydw13/NYDW_BikeMap_Download.pdf    

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APPS &  MAPS   WALLPAPER*  HTC  GLOBAL  DESIGN  TOURS  APP  (Android  only)   The   Wallpaper*   HTC   Global   Design   Tours   app   is   a   well-­‐informed   insiders’   edit   of   must-­‐see   shows,   installa_ons   and   events   from   the   world’s   top   design   des_na_ons   sent   straight   to   your   smartphone.  Curated  by  interna_onal  and  influen_al  designers,  the  app  visits  Salone  del  Mobile   in  Milan,  ICFF  in  New  York  and  Art  Basel  in  Hong  Kong  in  2013.  Specially  selected  music  tracks   will   complement   each   design   hotspot.   Available   to   download   for   free   from   the   Google   Play   store.     CORE77.COM/NYW  (Smartphones)   Core77   is   compiling   the   best,   most   comprehensive   and   most   usable   guide   to   the   myriad   exhibi_ons,   events   and   par_es   that   comprise   New   York   Design   Week.   Visit     Core77.com/nydw  on  your  mobile  device  then  add  to  Home  Screen  or  Bookmark  it.     NYCxDESIGN  Photo  App    (iPhone)   Designed   by   ESI,   the   NYCxDESIGN   Iphone   Photo   App   will   launch   during   NYCxDESIGN   to   allow   par_cipants  to  take  images  that  represent  great  examples  of  designs  across  the  five  boroughs,   add  the  NYCxDESIGN  logo,  and  share  the  photos  with  the  world  over  social  media.       BIKEID  NYC  “DESIGNER”  BIKE  MAP  (Smartphones)   The  map  shows  all  of  the  NYC  bike  routes  and  a  highlighted  “designer”  route  between  the  main   exhibi_ons  and  design  districts.  You  can  download  a  digital  version  for  your  smart  phone  here:   hep://bikeid.us/      

NYC HASHTAGS   @ICFF     @NYCxDESIGN   @WantedDesign   #ICFF   #NYCxD   #wanteddesign   #nydw  

@MeatPackingNY

@BKLYNDESIGNS

#meatpacking  

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NYC DESIGN  TALKS   DESIGN   FOR   PRODUCTION:   MANUFACTURERS   AND   DESIGNERS   IN   NEW   YORK   CITY   -­‐   PANEL  1:  ARCHITECTURAL  GRILLE  AND  KENNETH  NILSON     Discussion  highligh_ng  design  and  produc_on  collabora_ons  between  manufacturers  and  designers  in  New  York   City.  Featuring  Architectural  Grille,  a  company  that  has  become  one  of  the  most  recognized  manufacturers  for   custom  metalwork  in  the  industry,  and  ligh_ng  designer  Kenneth  Nilson.     Hours:  Sun  May  19,  10:30am-­‐11:30am   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)      

DESIGN FOR  PRODUCTION:  MANUFACTURERS  AND  DESIGNERS  IN  NEW  YORK  CITY  -­‐   PANEL  2:  SHAPEWAYS,  FRANCIS  BITONTI  AND  MIXEEME  

WantedDesign   discussion   highligh_ng   design   and   produc_on   collabora_ons   between   manufacturers   and   designers  in  NYC.  Featuring  Shapeways,  the  world's  leading  3D  Prin_ng  marketplace,  and  collaborators,  Francis   Biton_,  architect,  and  MixeeMe,  designers  and  sellers  of  3d-­‐printed  characters.     Hours:  Mon  May  20,  10:30–11:30am   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)     RSVP:  info@nydesigns.org   More  info  and  RSVP      

DESIGN ENTREPRENEURSHIP:  A  CONVERSATION  WITH  GAYE  CEVIKEL  AND  MELISSA   FELDMAN  

Founder  of  luxury  design  brand  GAIA&GINO,  Gaye  Cevikel  together  with  design  writer  and  style  editor  Melissa   Feldman  will  lead  a  conversa_on  on  the  topic  of  "Design  Entrepreneurship,”  with  a  recep_on  to  follow.     Registra_on  is  required:  heps://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/ats/eventRegistra_on.jsp?event=137     Hours:  Sat  May  18,  4-­‐6pm   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)      

CONVERSATION SERIES:  PATRIZIA  MOROSO  AND  GIULIO  RIDOLFO  

Patrizia  Moroso  and  long-­‐_me  collaborator,  Giulio  Ridolfo,  will  be  par_cipa_ng  in  WantedDesign  throughout   New  York  Design  Week  and  on  Saturday  they  will  be  making  a  presenta_on  en_tled  “The  Fundamentals  of   Furniture  and  Fabric.”     Hours:  Sat  May  18,  10:30-­‐11:30am   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)          

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NYC DESIGN  TALKS   THE  GROWING  VOICE  OF  DESIGN  IN  LATIN  AMERICA  

Moderated   by   Paul   Clemence,   Contribu_ng   Editor   at   Metropolis,   a   collec_on   of   Central   and   South   American   designers   and   manufacturers   will   join   in   conversa_on   to   discuss   the   approaches,   materials,   social   impact   and   the  evolving  La_n  American  market.     Hours:  Mon  May  20,  12–1pm   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)        

MUSEUM OF  ART  AND  DESIGN  

SupporUng  Design  in  NYC     To   celebrate   the   launch   of   NYCxDesign,   the   Museum   of   Arts   and   Design   will   host   a   discussion   surrounding   "Suppor_ng   Design   in   NYC."   The   talk   is   sure   to   generate   plenty   of   inspiring   discussion   offering   a   variety   of   diverse  perspec_ves  from  different  areas  of  the  design  community.     Hours:  Fri  May  10,  4pm   LocaUon:  Midtown  The  Theatre  at  MAD,  2  Columbus  Circle        

SURFACE DESIGN  DIALOGUES  

Thursday,  May  16th,  2013,   Surface   will   celebrate   its  100th  issue  with  the  launch  of  the  DESIGN  DIALOGUES  -­‐  an   exclusive  talk  series  with  legends  in  the  worlds  of  design,  art,  architecture  and  fashion.  DESIGN  DIALOGUES  is   Surface's   banner   conversa_on   series   fostering   dialogue   across   design   disciplines,   with   a   panel   of   two   excep_onal  crea_ve  talents,  including  Giulio  Cappellini  and  moderated  by  Editor  in  Chief  Dan  Rubinstein.  The   Talk   and   Ayer-­‐Party   will   be   hosted   on   the   Rooyop   of   the   James   Hotel   in   Soho.   The   talk   will   be   held   for   an   in_mate  group  of  100  guests  from  Surface's  own  VIP  list,  and  the  ayer-­‐party  will  be  opened  up  to  a  group  of   200.       RSVP:  surfacersvp@surfacemag.com   Hours:  6  –  7pm   LocaUon:  Jimmy  at  The  James  New  York,  27  Grand  St,  Soho      

CENTRE FOR  ARCHITECTURE  HOSTS  BRAD  CLOEPFIL  AND  DAVID  VAN  DER  LEER:   COCKTAILS  AND  CONVERSATION  

Join   talented   architect   Brad   Cloepfil   and   renowned   curator   David   Van   Der   Leer   of   BMW   Guggenheim   Lab   in   conversa_on  on  Friday,  17th  at  6.30pm.  With  cocktails  being  poured  by  author  Tony  Cecchini  and  a  custom  drink   inspired  by  the  architect’s  work  being  created  especially  for  the  occasion,  it  all  sounds  fantas_c!     Hours:  Fri  May  17th  6.30pm   LocaUon:  Center  for  Architecture,  536  LaGuardia  Pl.  NY  10012.  Meatpacking     Tickets  must  be  purchased  in  advanced  from  aiany.org   10    


Jacob K.  Javits  ConvenUon  Center   11th  Avenue  at  38th  Street   New  York  City,  NY  10001                                                              

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ICFF PRESS  RELEASES   In   less   than   two   weeks,   the   Interna_onal   Contemporary   Furniture   Fair   (ICFF)   will   celebrate   its   25th   year   at   New   York  City’s  Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center.  From  May  18-­‐21,  New  York  City  will  be  design  central  for  leading   innovators,  thinkers,  planners,  experimenters,  educators,  manufacturers,  up-­‐and-­‐comers,  and  design-­‐lovers  as   they  flock  to  North  America’s  premier  event  for  contemporary  design.  Within  an  an_cipated  165,000  net  square   feet  (15,300  net  square  meters),  the  ICFF  will  map  the  fron_er  of  design’s  best  and  design’s  next  in  full-­‐on  silver   anniversary  style.  Expected  are  more  than  500  exhibitors  from  more  than  30  countries,  9  con_ngents,  13  special   features,  and  more  than  26,000  aeendees.    

At Age   25,   The   ICFF   ConUnues   to   Push   the   Boundaries   of   Design,   Ideas,  and  InnovaUon     The  Interna_onal  Contemporary  Furniture  Fair  (ICFF),  North  America’s  annual  plaborm  for  global  design,  will  be   25  in  2013.  To  celebrate  its  silver  anniversary  at  New  York  City’s  Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center,  May  18-­‐21,   the  ICFF  is  mapping  the  fron_er  of  what’s  best  and  what’s  next  in  design  more  fully,  in  greater  detail,  and  more   innova_vely   than   ever   before.   That   means   expansion.   And   that’s   what   the   ICFF   is   doing.   Thanks   to   an   unprecedented   30%   growth   on   top   of   the   expected   500   exhibitors   from   more   than   30   countries,   the   ICFF   is   pushing   the   boundaries   of   the   exis_ng   show   floor   and   adding   Javits   North   to   Halls   1A,   1B,   and   1C.   The   increase   is  due  to  a  rising  _de  of  first  _me  exhibitors  and  the  number  of  returning  exhibitors  in  need  of  larger  spaces.   Says   Kevin   O’Keefe,   senior   vice   president   of   GLM,   ICFF’s   producer   and   manager,   “We’re   thrilled   that   the   ICFF   is   experiencing  this  unprecedented  growth  spurt  25  years  into  its  existence.  The  expansion  speaks  to  the  thriving   nature   of   the   global   market   for   design,   to   the   ICFF’s   premier   status   as   North   America’s   leading   market   for   contemporary   design,   and   for   the   show’s   remarkable   ability   to   pull   in   an   ever-­‐growing   audience   with   the   scope   of  its  offerings.”     To   celebrate   its   25th   in   high   style,   the   ICFF   is   debu_ng   Material   Makers,   a   special   feature   that   explores   the   hands-­‐on  process  that  is  design  innova_on  and  product  development.  In  Material  Makers,  the  ICFF  is  matching   material   and   fabricator   exhibitors   with   select   designers   to   develop   ICFF-­‐exclusive   product   for   display.   First   up   is   design  whiz  Tom  Dixon,  who  will  collaborate  in  real  _me  with  the  high-­‐tech  company  TRUMPF  Inc.  to  test  the   limits   of   his   own   crea_vity   and   Trumpf’s   excep_onal   sheet-­‐metal   processing   and   laser-­‐based   produc_on   capabili_es  –  in  real  _me.     The   process   of   design   is   endlessly   fascina_ng   and   variable,   and   the   ICFF   intends   in   May   to   explore   that   variability   to   the   utmost.   At   this   year’s   show,   The   Architect’s   Newspaper   and   Mode   Collec_ve   will   launch   DesignX,  a  series  of  concentrated  workshops  devoted  to  digital  design  and  fabrica_on  technology.  The  DesignX   workshops  –  on  the  topics  of  parametric  design,  direct-­‐to-­‐fabrica_on,  and  web-­‐based  design  apps  –  will  bring   designers  up  to  speed  on  the  latest  soyware  and  show  them  how  to  use  fabrica_on  technology  to  bring  their   ideas  to  reality.   Each  year,  the  ICFF  sets  the  stage  for  a  remarkable  educa_on  component  with  its  series  of  ICFF  Talks.  For  this   show,   the   line-­‐up   of   presenters   is   more   stellar   than   always.   So   is   the   bevy   of   partners,   including:Bloomberg   Businessweek,  Dwell,  Fast  Company,  Interior  Design,  Material  ConneXion,  Metropolis,  and  Surface.     The  ICFF  charts  much  more  than  the  state  of  design,  now.  With  its  innova_ve  Schools  and  ICFF  Studio  programs,   it   also   offers   insight   into   design   in   the   future.   This   year,   eight   schools   have   been   awarded   spots   in   the   juried   Schools   exhibit.   They   include:   Art   Center   College   of   Design,   Cranbrook   Academy   of   Art,   Danish   Ins_tute   for   Study   Abroad   (DIS),   Konsback,   Partnership   in   Academic   Leadership   in   Sustainability   (PALS),   University   of   Cincinna_,   The   University   of   Tokyo.   Its   incomparable   ICFF   Studio   program,   presented   with   Bernhardt   Design,   which  offers  select  up-­‐and-­‐coming  design  talent  the  rare  chance  to  develop  prototypes  with  a  leading  industry   manufacturer,  con_nues  to  grow.  This  year,  the  jury  offered  spots  to  11  designers  on  the  rise  around  the  world:   Aaron   Leahy,   Perth,   Australia;   Alexandra   Burr   and   Allen  Slamic,   Brooklyn,   New   York;   Brandon   Kim,   Los   Angeles,   California;  Carlo  Aiello,  Los  Angeles,  California;  David  Okum,  Los  Angeles,  California;  Elliot  Eakin,  Chicago,  Illinois;   Jonathan   Rowell,   San   Francisco,   California;   Mandalaki,   Milan,   Italy;   Rahyja   Afrange,   Sao   Paulo,   Brazil;   Tamera   Leigh  Staten,  Chicago,  Illinois;  Yeji  Kim,  Pasadena,  California.  

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The ICFF  is  also  broadening  its  boundaries  to  a  new  con_nent,  with  an  unprecedented  feature  that  explores  the   African   &   African-­‐Caribbean   Design   Diaspora   (AACDD).   An   ini_a_ve   of   the   Bri_sh   European   Design   Group   (BEDG),   this   exci_ng   addi_on   to   the   show   celebrates   the   mul_-­‐disciplinary   crea_ve   talent   emerging   from   the   African  and  African-­‐Caribbean  cray  tradi_ons  and  will  include  mul_ple  freestanding  exhibits  with  crayspeople   plying  their  par_cular  ar_san  exper_se.     Vodunuvo,  an  exhibit  presented  by  Paey  Johnson,  furthers  the  ICFF’s  explora_on  of  new  design  territory  –  in   this   case,   Hai_.   Vodunuvo   makes   the   case   for   Hai_   as   a   dynamic,   evolving   culture   with   a   cri_cal   place   in   the   contemporary  design  marketplace  by  reexamining  and  transforming  Hai_an  ar_facts  into  products  and  objects   that  carry  the  island’s  essen_al  culture  in  a  new  form.     Bergdorf  Goodman  will  put  the  ICFF  and  the  best  new  design  front  and  center  in  its  57th  Street  windows  for  the   run  of  the  show.  This  year,  the  grand  emporium  with  the  most  glamorous  windows  in  the  world  will  bring  the   ICFF   to   the   heart   of   midtown   –   and   the   center   of   the   retail   world   –   once   again.   Watch   out   57th   Street:   the   ICFF   is   back,   and   the   ICFF   exhibitor   products   in   Bergdorf   Goodman’s   windows   will   give   the   long-­‐loved   pas_me   of   window  shopping  an  inven_ve,  eye-­‐catching  twist.    

25   Years   of   Design,   25   Years   of   Ideas,   25   Years   of   InnovaUon,   25   Years  of  ICFF       The  Interna_onal  Contemporary  Furniture  Fair  (ICFF),  North  America’s  annual  plaborm  for  global  design,  will  be   25  in  2013.  To  celebrate  its  silver  anniversary  at  New  York  City’s  Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center,  May  18-­‐21,   the  ICFF  is  mapping  the  fron_er  of  what’s  best  and  what’s  next  in  design  more  fully,  in  greater  detail,  and  more   innova_vely   than   ever   before.   Within   an   an_cipated   145,000   net   square   feet   (13,500   net   square   meters),   it   expects  to  host  more  than  500  exhibitors  from  more  than  30  countries,  10  con_ngents,  9  special  features,  and   more  than  26,000  aeendees.  It  may  well  exceed  those  es_mates,  given  the  unprecedented  momentum  of  early   confirma_ons   from   exhibitors   and   con_ngents.   To   date,   Artek   USA,   Bernhardt   Design,   Brizo,   Fermob,   Jake   Dyson   LLP,   molo,   Rich   Brilliant   Willing,   Tom   Dixon,   and   Vitra   have   commieed   to   showing.   Con_ngents   Inside   Norway  and  Interiors  from  Spain  have  also  assured  that  they’ll  be  there  on  the  ICFF  floor.     A   key   feature   of   the   ICFF’s   focus   on   innova_on   is   the   introduc_on   of   fabricators.   For   starters?   Design   whiz   Tom   Dixon   will   collaborate   with   the   high-­‐tech   company   TRUMPF   Inc.   on   an   ICFF-­‐exclusive   product   that   explores   Dixon’s  crea_vity  and  Trumpf’s  remarkable  sheet-­‐metal  processing  and  laser-­‐based  produc_on  capabili_es  –  in   real  _me.  In  a  unique  product-­‐development  program,  the  ICFF  will  match  material  and  fabricator  exhibitors  with   select   designers   to   develop   ICFF-­‐exclusive   product   for   the   inaugura_on   of   Material   Makers™,   a   special   features   exhibit.     What’s  the  future  of  design?  The  ICFF  gives  some  insight  into  that  pressing  ques_on  each  year  with  its  Schools   and  ICFF  Studio  programs.  Both  have  already  put  out  a  call  for  entries  with  a  December  15  deadline.   The  ICFF  Opening  Night  Party  is  the  design  world’s  can’t-­‐miss  event  each  ICFF.  This  year’s  fes_vi_es  are  slated   for  Saturday,  May  18  at  The  Museum  of  Modern  Art  (MoMA).  To  be  celebrated  that  night  is  the  launch  of  the   MoMA  Design  Store  program  DESTINATION:  NYC,  promo_ng  designers  living  and  working  in  New  York  City's  five   boroughs.  The  ICFF  is  the  exclusive  sponsor  of  DESTINATION:  NYC.     New  York-­‐based  2x4  has  developed  a  graphic  program  and  design  system  with  an  eye-­‐catching  color  paleee  and   silver  highlight  for  this  year’s  ICFF  moeo:  25  Years  of  Design,  25  Years  of  Ideas,  25  Years  of  Innova_on,  25  Years   of  ICFF.    

 

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MEATPACKING/ WEST  VILLAGE   AXOR  VIP  RECEPTION  WITH  PHILIPPE  STARCK     Axor  NYC.  29  9th  Avenue.  2nd  Fl.  (at  W  13th  St)     NY  10014    

MARC BY  MARC  JACOBS  RE-­‐IMAGINED   403  Bleecker  St  (at  W  11th  st).    NY  10014  

LAUNCH OF  NERI&HU  COLLABORATION   The  Future  Perfect     345  Meatpacking,  345  W  14th  St  

MARNI –  UOMO  BOOK  LAUNCH   The  Future  Perfect     1  Gansevoort  St.  (at  W  13th  St).  NY  10014   18  


MEATPACKING/ WEST  VILLAGE  

LAUNCH OF  NERI&HU  COLLABORATION    

New York   Design   Week   2013   marks   the   launch   of   an   exci_ng   collabora_on   between   De   La   Espada   and   Shanghai-­‐based  mul_-­‐disciplinary  architectural  prac_ce,  Neri&Hu.  Debu_ng  over  ten  new  products  during  the   week,  make  sure  you  don’t  miss  it!       Hours:  18-­‐21  May  11:00am-­‐7:00pm   Press  Preview:  Friday  17  May  4:00pm  -­‐  6:00pm   Recep_on:  Sunday  19  May  6:00pm-­‐9:00pm   LocaUon:  The  Future  Perfect  at  345  meatpacking,  345  W  14th  St  

MARNI –  UOMO  BOOK  LAUNCH  

Marni,   in   bold   collabora_on   with   art   director   Dean   Langley,   present   Uomo   –   a   book   inspired   by   their   fall   winter   menswear   collec_on.   Photographed   beau_fully   by   Clare   Shillard,   the   project   is   accompanied   by   a   site-­‐specific   installa_on   by   Dean   Langley.       Hours:  Recep_on:  May  18th  6pm  –  9pm   LocaUon:  1  Gansevoort  St.  (at  W  13th  St).  New  York.  NY  10014  

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MEATPACKING/ WEST  VILLAGE   MARC  BY  MARC  JACOBS  RE-­‐IMAGINED  

London’s  design  hub  19  Greek  Street  present  ‘re-­‐imagined’,  a   new   contemporary   design   collec_on   by   Nina   Tolstrup   in   collabora_on   with   Marc   Jacobs.   Launching   at   ICFF,   the   collec_on  features  a  range  of  pieces  upholstered  using  fabrics   from  previous  Marc  by  Marc  Jacobs’  collec_ons.     Hours:  May  18  –  21,  12pm-­‐8pm   LocaUon:  403  Bleecker  St  (at  W  11th  st).  New  York.  NY  10014  

VITRA

Make   sure   you   head   over   to   Swiss   furniture   company   Vitra’s   stunning   showroom   which   you’ll   find   tucked   away   in   New   York’s  infamous  Meatpacking  district.  The  12,000  square  foot   showroom   is   more   like   a   museum   than   a   shop;   sparsely   displaying   high-­‐concept   furniture   in   an   ultra-­‐modern   space   designed  by  architect  Linda  Roy.     Hours:  Monday  –  Saturday  11am  –  7pm     LocaUon:  29  Ninth  Ave.,  New  York,  NY  10014  ,  nr.  13th  St  

AXOR VIP  RECEPTION  WITH  PHILIPPE  STARCK    

This   VIP   recep_on   is   set   to   be   a   glamorous   affair.   Hosted   by   Philippe   Starck,   the   evening   will   celebrate   the   North   American   launch   of   his   new   line   for   Axor   –   The   Axor   Starck   Organic   Collec_on.       Hours:  Friday  May  17,  7pm  –  9pm   LocaUon:  Axor  NYC.  29  9th  Avenue.  2nd  Fl.  (at  W  13th  St)  New   York.  NY  10014    

GUESS-­‐A-­‐SKETCH AT  CENTER  OF  ARCHITECTURE   FOUNDATION    

The   Center   for   Architecture   Founda_on’s   annual   Guess-­‐A-­‐ Sketch   promises   to   be   a   fun   evening   with   top   design   industy   names   going   head   to   head   in   an   architecture   themed   Pictonary-­‐style  tournament!  Cocktails  and  hors  d’  oeuvres  will   be   served   throughout   the   evening   and   audience   members   can   join  in  the  fun  by  submi~ng  their  guesses  for  a  chance  to  win   prizes  .  #guessasketch     Hours:  Tuesday  May  21,  6pm     LocaUon:  Center  for  Architecture,  536  LaGuardia  Pl.  NY  10012   www.cfafounda_on.org/guessasketch   20  


The Tunnel  is  located  on  11th  avenue     between  27th  and  28th  street   269  11th  Avenue,  New  York,  NY  10001                                                                                  C  and  E  23rd  street                                M23  crosstown  or  M34  crosstown                      

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DESIGN: ISTANBUL-­‐NEW  YORK  AT  WANTEDDESIGN    

This   exhibi_on   will   showcase   a   selec_on   of   emerging   Turkish   industrial   designers,   selected   by   a   jury   of   Turkey's  leading  design  minds.     Date:  Sat  May  18  —  Mon  May  20,  10am  -­‐  7pm   LocaUon:  Wanted  Design  at  the  Tunnel,  269  11th  Ave  (between  W  27th  &  W  28th  St)    

MODULE R  POP  UP  SHOP    

MODULE R   is   the   world’s   first   shop   to   be   dedicated   to   modular,   reconfigurable   and   customizable   modern   design  and  the  good  news  is  that  they  will  have  a  pop-­‐up  shop  within  Wanted  Design!  The  shop  features  giys,   home  goods,  children’s  toys  and  furniture.       Hours:  Fri  May  17  —  Mon  May  20,  10  AM  -­‐  7  PM   Wanted  Design  at  the  Terminal,  269  11th  Avenue   New  York      

HP CUSTOM  WALLCOVERING  WORKSHOP  

In   the   tunnel,   HP   will   also   host   the   HP   Wall   Décor   Workshop,   a   hands-­‐on   lab   where   designers,   manufacturers   and  decorators  can  experiment  with  custom  wallcovering  crea_on.  The  workshop  will  feature  wall  coverings   created  by  guest  designers  and  demonstrate  HP’s  complete  workflow  for  digitally  printed  wallcoverings.  In  the   workshop,  aeendees  can  try  out  HP  WallArt  design  soyware,  a  variety  of  wallcovering  substrates  and  an  HP   Designjet  L26500  Printer.  

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WANTEDDESIGN CHALLENGE:  WATER  CYCLE  

For  a  second  year,  WantedDesign  will  host  a  transatlan_c  student  design  challenge,  which  will  take  place  in   real   _me   at   the   event.   Led   by   Mark   Bechtel   and   Chris_an   Schneider,   faculty   members   at   Parsons   The   New   School   for   Design,   students   represen_ng   diverse   design   disciplines   will   work   on   teams   to   develop   new   products  and  systems  that  address  one  of  the  most  valuable  resources  on  the  planet,  our  water  supply,  in  the   face  of  popula_on  explosions  in  megaci_es  such  as  New  York.     ParUcipaUng  Schools  :     Students  from  Art  Center  College  of  Design  (Pasadena,  CA),  ENSCI  les  ateliers  (Paris,  France),Parsons  The  New   School  for  Design  (New  York,  NY),  CENTRO  Mexico  (Mexico  City,  Mexico)  and  ENSAAMA  Olivier  de   Serres  (Paris,  France)  will  spend  the  course  of  WantedDesign  producing  concepts,  scenarios,  anima_ons,   videos  and  models,  which  will  then  be  presented  to  the  public  as  well  as  a  jury  of  design  professionals.   Each  team  will  present  its  project  to  the  jury  during  a  public  presenta_on  on  Monday,  May  20,  at  3:00pm  in   the  Conversa_on  lounge.     The  jury  includes  :   Cindy  Allen,  Editor  in  Chief,  Interior  Design;  Mark  Bechtel,  Assistant  Professor  of  Product  Design,  Parsons  The   New  School  for  Design;  Allan  Chochinov,  Chair  of  Products  of  Design,  School  of  Visual  Art  (SVA);  Phillippe   Grohe,  Head  of  AXOR;  Chris_an  Schneider,  Associate  Professor  of  Strategic  Management  and  Design,  Parsons   The  New  School  for  Design;  Simone  Rothman,  Chief  Marke_ng  Officer,  Tai  Ping;  and  Ramy  Fischler,  designer.     Sponsors:   The  program  is  being  sponsored  by  Axor  and  Tai  Ping  and  supported  by  Interior  Design  magazine.   Serving  as  a  backdrop  for  the  Design  Challenge,  students  from  the  School  of  Constructed  Environments  at   Parsons  will  create  an  experimental  installa_on  that  explores  paper  as  a  material  for  the  built  environment.   Led  by  architects  Moorhead  &  Moorhead,  and  sponsored  by  Homasote,  the  installa_on  will  be  constructed  of   Homasote’s  signature  recycled  fiberboard.     Schedule:   Saturday,  May  18,  10:00am:  Welcoming  kick  off  breakfast  hosted  by  TaiPing,  including  designer  Ramy  Fischler   (ENSCI  alumni)  introduc_on  remarks.  Team  will  be  formed,  mixing  students  from  the  different  schools.  With   all  students  and  school  representa_ves.  At  the  Workshop  space.     Saturday  May  18,  5:30–6:30pm:  Work-­‐in-­‐progress  review  of  each  team’s  concept  with  designer  guest  David   Trubridge.     Sunday  May  19,  5:30–6:30pm:  Second  concept/project  review  with  designer  guest  Ramy  Fischler.   Monday  May  20,  2:00–3:00pm:  Students  Projects  displayed  for  public  vote,  at  the  Workshop  space   3:00–4:00pm:   Public   presenta_on   of   the   projects   to   the   jury   by   the   student   teams,   at   the   Conversa_on   Lounge     4:30pm-­‐5:00pm:  Winning  team  announced  in  the  lounge,  followed  by  celebratory  cocktails      

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NOHO DESIGN  DISTRICT   THE  FUTURE  PERFECT  PRESENTS:  SPRING   55  Great  Jones  

NOHO NEXT  2013   SubCulture,  45  Bleecker  Street.     Fri–Mon,  12PM–7PM  

MODERN CRAFT  AT  THE  MERCHANT’S  HOUSE  MUSEUM   Merchant's  House  Museum,  29  E.  4th  St.  Fri  &  Sat,   12PM-­‐7PM;  Sun  &  Mon,  12PM-­‐5PM  

THE AMERICAN  DESIGN  CLUB     Underground  at  The  Standard,  East  Village  Hotel,   25  Cooper  Square.     Fri–Mon,  12PM–7PM    

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SOHO BISAZZA   43  Greene  St.  NY   (btw.  Grand  and   Broome  St.)    

ARTEMIDE 46  Greene  St.  New  York,  NY  

KARTELL 39  Greene  St     (btw.  Grand  and  Broome  St.)    

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FLOS 152  Greene  St  (btw.  Houston   and  Prince  St.)  

INTRO NY   379  Broome  Street,  NY  10013  

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INTRO NY  |  Press  Release      

The cri_cally  acclaimed  designjunc_on  is  delighted  to  support  contemporary  design  agent  smallpond   in  a  new  and  exci_ng  project  INTRO  NY,  set  to  launch  during  New  York  Design  Week.       INTRO   NY   will   be   a   capsule   event   featuring   products   from   carefully   selected   design   brands:   Modus,   Massproduc_ons,  Very  Good  &  Proper,  Castor  Design,  Council,  neo-­‐u_lity  and  Resident.       INTRO  NY  will  be  a  vibrant  place  to  do  business,  socialise  and  relax  within  the  stunning  surrounds  of  a   contemporary   gallery   space.   The   interior   will   be   configured   into   a   series   of   in_mate   vigneees,   each   represen_ng  a  different  brand.  There  will  also  be  a  pop-­‐up  retail  shop  allowing  visitors  to  browse  the   latest  design  accessories  and  purchase  unique  items  for  their  home.  In  the  courtyard  there  will  be  an   outdoor  café  run  by  Brooklyn  Roas_ng  Company  and  a  relaxing  sea_ng  area  for  visitors  to  unwind.       Located  in  the  fashionable  Nolita,  INTRO  NY  is  set  to  be  a  must-­‐visit  des_na_on.       Register  Here:  hip://intronyinvite.eventbrite.com/  

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SOHO –  DESIGN  SHOWROOMS  AND  EVENTS   ALESSI  SOHO  

Alessi   will   be   celebra_ng   ‘Trimarchi’s   Way’   with   the   designer   Mario   Trimarchi,   author   of   the   popular   ‘La   Stanza   dello   Scirocco’  series,  and  his  unexpected  drawings.     LocaUon:  130  Greene    St.    New  York,  NY  10012  

ARTEMIDE

In   celebra_on   of   New   York   Design   Week,   the   IN-­‐EI   Issey   Miyake  collec_on  of  free-­‐standing,  table  and  hanging  lights  -­‐-­‐ co-­‐developed   and   manufactured   by   Artemide—   will   be   on   display   at   Artemide's   New   York   showroom   beginning   Monday,   May  20th.     Hours:  Mon,  May  20,  6-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  46  Greene  St.  New  York,  NY   Contact:  doug.roche@camronpr.com  

B&B ITALIA  

B&B   Italia   stores   in   New   York   are   celebra_ng   ICFF   with   open   events.   The   stores   will   be   displaying   newly   introduced   pieces   including   the   new   Papilio   family   of   chairs   for   indoor   and   outdoor   by   Naoto   Fukasawa   and   the   new   Andy   13   sofa   by   Paolo  Piva.     Hours:  Cocktail    Sat  May  19th  6-­‐8pm     Refreshments  sun  may  19th  12-­‐6pm     Cocktail  Party  Mon  May  20th  6-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  B&B  Italia  Store  at  58th  Street  (A&Dbuilding)  

BISAZZA NEW  YORK  FLAGSHIP  STORE  

In   conjunc_on   with   New   York   Design   Week,   Bisazza,   the   industry’s   leading   producer   of   glass   mosaic   for   interior   and   exterior   decora_on,   will   display   its   2013   Bisazza   Mosaic   Collec_on  at  its  New  York  City  showroom.  The  store  will  also   have  extended  hours  from  12  PM  –  5PM  on  Sunday,  May  19.     Party  Hours:  Mon,  May  20,  6-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  43  Greene  St.  New  York,  NY     Contact:  doug.roche@camronpr.com  

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SOHO –  DESIGN  SHOWROOMS  AND  EVENTS   BOFFI  SOHO  

Boffi   Soho   celebrates   the   US   launch   of   its   2013   collec_on   of   kitchens   and   baths   with   an   evening   of   cocktails   and   hors   d'oeuvres.   New   products   will   be   presented   in   coopera_on   with   Miele.   Addi_onally,   Boffi   welcomes   Living   Divani,   previously   housed   at   142   Greene   Street,   to   the   Boffi   Soho   Showroom.     Party  hours:  Fri  May  17,  6pm-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  85  Grand  Street  

CAPPELLINI

Cappellini  welcomes  you  to  celebrate  the  US  launch  of  its  2013   collec_on.   The   event   will   be   hosted   by   Cappellini's   Ar_s_c   Director,  Giulio  Cappellini.     Party  hours:  Sat  May  18,  6pm-­‐8pm   LocaUon:  152  Wooster  Street  

CASSINA

Cassina   celebrates   the   US   launch   of   its   2013   collec_on   at   its   Soho   showroom.   Designer   Luca   Nicheeo   will   make   a   special   guest  appearance  to  discuss  the  influence  of  Japanese  art  and   Origami  in  his  designs.     Party  hours:  Sat  May  18,  6pm-­‐8pm   LocaUon:  151  Wooster  Street  

EAST, MEET  WEST!  

Design  Milk  and  Bobby  Berk  Home  have  created  a  brand  new   event:  East,  Meet  West!  is  an  exhibi_on  and  popup  shop  that   will   feature   an   amazing   group   of   ar_sts,   designers   and   crayspeople  who  live  and  work  on  the  West  Coast.  We’ve  got   a   fantas_c   assembly   of   products   that   you   won’t   see   anywhere   else.     ExhibiUon  hours:  Sat  May  18  —  Sun  May  26,  6-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  59  Crosby  St    New  York,  NY  10012    

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SOHO –  DESIGN  SHOWROOMS  AND  EVENTS   FLOS  ICFF  PARTY  

Visit   FLOS   during   ICFF   to   view   the   Re-­‐ligh_ng   Gina   Sarfa~   Exhibit  that  was  launched  at  this  year's  Salone  de  Mobile     Party  hours:  Sat  May  18,  6pm-­‐8pm   LocaUon:  152  Greene  Street,  New  York,  NY  10012  

KARTELL ICFF  COCKTAIL  

Kartell   presents   a   special   display   to   celebrate   the   Taschen   monograph   book   "Kartell   -­‐   The   Culture   of   Plas_cs"   as   well   as   the   new   Kravitz   Design   Mademoiselle   chairs,   now   in   produc_on.   New   products   will   also   include   the   Kartell   by   Laufen   bathroom   accessories,   just   unveiled   at   Salone   del   Mobile  2013.     Party  hours:  Mon,  May  20,  6pm-­‐9pm   LocaUon:  39  Greene  St  (btw.  Grand  and  Broome  St.)  

MOMA DESIGN  STORE  

MoMA   Design   Store   launches   the   eleventh   event   in   the   Des_na_on:   Design   series,   Des_na_on:   NYC   –   Made   in   the   USA.   The   collec_on   features   200   lifestyle   products   by   New   York   designers   including   home   accessories,   furniture,   paper   goods  and  jewelry.     Hours:     May  16  –  20,  Mon-­‐Sat  10am-­‐8pm,  Sun  11am-­‐7pm   LocaUon:  81  Spring  St.  (btw.  Broadway  &  Crosby  St.)  

MOROSO ICFF  PARTY  

Moroso   presents   their   newest   debuts   including   Biknit   and   M.a.s.s.a.s.  by  Patricia  Urquiola.     Party  hours:  Sat  May  18,  6-­‐8pm   LocaUon:  146  Greene  St.    

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BROOKLYN/ WILLIAMSBURG   KARKULA   98  South  4th  Street,  Williamsburg  Brooklyn  NY        

DESIGN WITHIN  REACH  –  BROOKLYN  HEIGHTS   76  Montague  St,  Brooklyn,  NY  11201    

MAISON PREMIERE     298  Bedford  Ave  Brooklyn,  NY  11211    

FINGERSPITZENGEFUHL reMADE  pop-­‐up,  469  Dekalb  Ave  

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BROOKLYN –  DESIGN  SHOWROOMS  AND  EVENTS    

FINGERSPITZENGEFUHL  

This fantas_c   pop-­‐up   gallery   will   run   all   week   featuring   the   work  of  local  ar_sts  and  designers.       Hours:  Sun  May  19  —  Sun  May  26,  5-­‐11PM   LocaUon:  reMADE  pop-­‐up,  469  Dekalb  Ave  

DESIGN WITHIN  REACH  –  BROOKLYN  HEIGHTS    

Located in  a  classic,  two-­‐story  brownstone  just  steps  from  the   scenic   Promenade   –   which   offers   amazing   views   of   Manhaean   –   the   Brooklyn   Heights   Studio   showcases   both   classic   and   new   iconic   modern   design.   Featuring   one   of   New   York's   largest   selec_ons   of   DWR's   latest   offerings,   the   space   is   perfect   to   view   design   in   unique   room   vigneees   within   the   stunning   se~ng  of  a  tradi_onal  brownstone.     Hours:  Mon  —  Sat  11am  –  7pm,  Sun  12pm  –  6pm   LocaUon:  76  Montague  St,  Brooklyn,  NY  11201  

KARKULA  

Karkula presents   a     truly   innova_ve     collec_on   of   glass   furniture   and   ligh_ng   by   French   ar_st   Dan   Yeffet   that   tests   the   structural   integrity   of   the   material   while   preserving   its   wonderful   transparency   and   lightness.     Dates:  May  18-­‐21   Hours:.  Mon  -­‐  Fri  10  -­‐  6   Sat-­‐Sun  11-­‐5   LocaUon:  98  South  4th  Street,   Williamsburg  Brooklyn  NY    

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK   ARTEMIDE    

In celebra_on  of  New  York  Design  Week,  the  IN-­‐EI  Issey  Miyake  collec_on  of  free-­‐ standing,  table  and  hanging  lights  -­‐  co-­‐developed  and  manufactured  by  Artemide   —   will   be   on   display   at   Artemide's   New   York   showroom   beginning   Monday,   May   20th.   IN-­‐EI   (Japanese   for   "shadow,   shadiness,   nuance")   marries   Artemide's   ligh_ng   exper_se  with  Issey  Miyake's  innova_ve  approach  to  material  and  design.  Miyake's   unique   folding   technology   creates   statuesque   and   playful   forms,   while   Artemide   animates  these  striking  shapes  using  LED  ligh_ng,  today's  most  sustainable  ligh_ng   technology.   Please   join   us   at   Artemide's   New   York   City   showroom,   located   at   46   Greene   St,   from   6-­‐9   PM   on   Monday,   May   20th   for   an   in_mate   preview   of   this   unique  collec_on.       LocaUon:     46  Greene  St.  New  York,  NY     Dates:     Monday,  May  20       Hours:     6-­‐9  PM     Contact:     Doug  Roche,  doug.roche@camronpr.com    

BARONCELLI  

Baroncelli, the   luxury   brand   renowned   for   hand-­‐crayed   ligh_ng   designs   in   Murano   glass,   will   transform   its   showroom   this   Spring   with   a   spectacular   installa_on,   all   inspired  by  themes  of  renewal,  re-­‐growth  and  innova_on.  It  will  also  host  a  special   talk  with  landscape  designers  Chris_an  Duvernois  and  Jacob  Lange.         AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Giovanni  Corrado,  Crea_ve  Director         Upon  Request  from:   Monday,  May  13  –  Thursday,  May  16   9:00am  –  5:00pm         LocaUon:   Baroncelli  New  York  Showroom   D&D  Building   979  Third  Avenue,  Suite  1507   New  York,  NY  10022       Contact:   Marisa  Jones  Issa   Marisa.JonesIssa@camronpr.com  /  646.664.4862  

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK   BERNHARDT  DESIGN  AT  ICFF    

Bernhardt Design  will  launch  several  new  collec_ons  at  ICFF  from  May  18-­‐21,  2013.   Mirador,  designed  by  Barcelona-­‐based  Lievore  Altherr  Molina,  is  a  uniquely  elegant   and  comprehensive  lounge  sea_ng  system  that  serves  to  anchor  open  spaces  from   museum   foyers   to   stylish   living   rooms.   Jephson   Robb’s   Quiet   table   collec_on   will   make   its   debut   as   a   series   of   work   and   occasional   tables   where   subtle   details   elevate   the   typical   pedestal   table   to   both   sculpture   and   func_onal   object.   New   introduc_ons  also  include  Charles  Pollock  Tables,  Powerbar,  Catherine  and  Code.       AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Jerry  Helling,  President     Available  _mes:  Saturday,  11AM  –  3PM   Sunday  and  Monday,  available  upon  request       LocaUon:   Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center   ICFF  BOOTH:  1604   11th  Avenue  at  38th  Street   New  York,  NY  10001       Contact:   Amanda  Kasper   amanda.kasper@camronpr.com  /  415.316.3273    

THE CARROT  CONCEPT  AT  WANTED  DESIGN      

Bernhardt Design   will   present   The   Carrot   Concept   at   Wanted   Design   during   ICFF.   Jerry   Helling,   President   of   Bernhardt   Design,   has   been   a   long-­‐_me   supporter   of   design  in  El  Salvador  and  the  exhibi_on  will  build  upon  the  Salvadoran  crea_ve  and   cultural   center   of   the   same   name.   Showcasing   sophis_cated,   surprising   and   innova_ve   work   from   many   of   El   Salvador’s   leading   crea_ve   minds   it   is   a   unique   opportunity  to  see  how  this  passionate  group  of  makers  and  thinkers  are  star_ng   to  influence  their  na_onal  dialogue  through  art  and  design.       AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Jerry  Helling,  President  of  Bernhardt  Design   May  17  –  19,  2013   Available  _mes:  Friday,  4pm-­‐7pm   Saturday  and  Sunday  available  upon  request       Harry  and  Claudia  Washington  (designers)   Isabel  Muyshondt  (civic  leader)   Josefina  Alvarez  (graphic  designer)     Jose  Roberto  Paredes  (architect)   May  17  –  20,  2013   Available  _mes:  Friday,  4pm-­‐7pm   Saturday,  Sunday  and  Monday,  10am  –  7pm       LocaUon:   Wanted  Design   The  Tunnel,  11th  Avenue  between  27th  and  28th  Streets       Contact:   Marisa  Jones  Issa   Marisa.JonesIssa@camronpr.com  /  646.664.4862  

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK   BISAZZA    

In conjunc_on   with   New   York   Design   Week,   Bisazza,   the   industry’s   leading   producer  of  glass  mosaic  for  interior  and  exterior  decora_on,  will  display  its  2013   Bisazza  Mosaic  Collec_on  at  its  New  York  City  showroom.  The  showroom  will  stay   open  un_l  9  PM  on  Monday,  May  20  for  an  evening  of  drinks  and  a  special  viewing   of   the   collec_on.   Embodying   innova_ve   decora_ve   op_ons,   the   2013   collec_on   features  unique  paeerns  and  a  harmonious  blends  of  differing  _le  sizes—  available   in   a   variety   of   colors   and   mo_fs.   The   2013   collec_on   also   features   collabora_ons   with  major  interna_onal  designers,  with  new  mosaic  paeerns  designed  by  Nendo   and  Marcel  Wanders.  Bisazza's  New  York  City  showroom  is  located  at  43  Greene  St.     LocaUon:     43  Greene  St.  New  York,  NY       Dates:     Monday,  May  20     Hours:  6-­‐9  PM     Contact:     Doug  Roche,  doug.roche@camronpr.com  

BESPOKE GLOBAL  AT  ICFF  

Bespoke   Global,   the   interna_onal   e-­‐commerce   plaborm   known   for   cura_ng   excep_onal   made-­‐to-­‐order   luxury   products   across   home   and   leisure,   will   be   par_cipa_ng  to  this  year’s  ICFF  from  May  18  –  21.  The  300-­‐square-­‐foot  space  will   display   work   by   18   ar_sts   currently   represented   by   Bespoke   Global.   The   brand’s   booth   will   consist   of   open   vigneees,   highlighted   by   UK-­‐based   ar_st   Genevieve   Bennee’s  exclusive  leather  3D  wall  panel  as  the  background  to  Nick  Schade’s  Petrel   Kayak   and   hand-­‐painted   canoe   paddles   by   Sanborn   Canoe.   As   a   part   of   the   Leisure   collec_on,   Bespoke   Global   will   debut   a   selec_on   of   hand-­‐sewn   exo_c   leather   Falcon-­‐hoods   by   Ken   Hooke,   leather   bike   accessories   by   Walnut   Studiolo   and   a   hand-­‐carved  leather  bike  seat  by  Kara  Ginther.       AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Pippa  McArdle,  Co-­‐Founder   Available  upon  request         LOCATION:   Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center   ICFF  BOOTH:  2332   11th  Avenue  at  38th  Street   New  York,  NY  10001       Contact  (UK  and  Europe):   Adnan  Abbasi,  Adnan.Abbasi@Camronpr.com  /  Tel:  +44  (0)20  7420  1700    

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK   FAB  AT  ICFF    

Fab, the  world’s  number  one  design  store,  will  showcase  for  the  first  _me  at  ICFF   products  from  its  new  private  label  line  together  with  pieces  from  a  collabora_on   with   the   Albers   Founda_on,   Blu   Dot,   Andy   Warhol   Founda_on,   Beats   by   Dre   and   more.     Also,  following  from  the  success  of  the  ‘designer  call-­‐out’  in  Milan,  Fab  is  pleased   to   announce   Disrup_ng   Design   in   New   York   City,   May   21,   2013.   Designers   from   around   the   world   are   invited   to   bring   their   product   ideas,   porbolios,   and   prototypes  to  the  auditorium  at  Jacob  K  Javits  Conven_on  Center  from  1PM  –  3PM   on  Tuesday,  May  21,  2013.  A  panel  of  experts  will  select  the  best  products  to  put   into  produc_on  and  sell  on  Fab  (see  invita_on  aeached).           AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Bradford  Shellhammer,  Founder  &  Chief  Design  Officer     Available  Times:  Saturday,  2PM  –  4PM         LOCATION:   The  Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Centre   ICFF  BOOTH  1220   655  W  34th  St,  at  11th  Avenue     New  York,  NY  10001       Contact:   Adnan  Abbasi  ,  Adnan.Abbasi@Camronpr.com  /  Tel:  07867  690  364   Doug  Roche,  Doug.Roche@Camronpr.com    /  Tel:  +1  646  213  7482    

KARTELL  

Kartell is   pleased   to   present   several   new   projects   and   ini_a_ves   at   its   New   York   Flagship  store  on  Greene  Street  during  ICFF.  Just  ayer  Salone  del  Mobile  di  Milano,   where  Kartell  was  a  key  protagonist,  the  company  presents  some  important  new   addi_ons   to   the   catalogue   that   show   how   the   brand   is   increasingly   becoming   a   glamour  and  lifestyle  icon.  The  Flagship  store  will  celebrate  these  addi_ons  with  a   special   cocktail   event   on   Monday,   May   20th   from   6-­‐9   PM.   Among   the   projects   featured   will   be   Kravitz   Design’s   ‘Mademoiselle’   armchair   collec_on,   a   special   showcase   of   the   Taschen   book   Kartell:   The   Culture   of   PlasDcs,   and   a   selec_on   of   bath  accessories  from  the  new  Kartell  by  Laufen  collabora_ve  bathroom  project.         AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Claudio  Lu_,  President   Upon  request:  Monday,  May  20,  2-­‐6pm       Cocktail:   Monday,  May  20   Hours:  6-­‐9pm       LocaUon:   39  Greene  Street.  New  York,  NY       Contact:   Marisa  Jones  Issa,  marisa.jonesissa@camronpr.com    

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CAMRON CLIENTS  IN  NEW  YORK   NEAL  FEAY  STUDIO    

Orange Void  by  designer  and   architect  Johanna  Grawunder   for  Neal  Feay  Studio  

Neal Feay   Studios   of   Santa   Barbara   will   return   to   Wanted   Design   at   ICFF   for   the   second  year.  The  award-­‐winning  studio  will  present  a  collec_on  of  diverse  products   from   their   own   studio   as   well   as   established   and   up-­‐and-­‐coming   ar_sts   and   designers   including   Johanna   Grawunder,   Peter   Alexander   and   Zorine   Pooladian.   Headed   by   Alex   Rasmussen,   the   family   business   has   revolu_onized   beau_ful   and   durable   anodized   aluminum   for   three   genera_ons,   establishing   itself   as   a   global   leader  in  crea_ve  aluminum  by  crea_ng  iconic  industrial  designs  that  capture  the   visions  of  its  clients.       AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:       Alex  Rasmussen,  President   May  17  –  19,  2013   Available  _mes:  Friday,  4pm-­‐7pm   Saturday  and  Sunday  available  upon  request       LocaUon:   Wanted  Design   The  Tunnel,  11th  Avenue  between  27th  and  28th  Streets         Contact:   Amanda  Kasper   amanda.kasper@camronpr.com  /  415.316.3273  

TAI PING    

CHINOISERIES COLLECTION  BY  RAMY  FISCHLER  

Tai Ping  is  proud  to  host  Ramy  Fischler  in  New  York  during  New  York  Design  Week.   Ramy  Fischler,  guest  designer  of  Tai  Ping’s  new  Chinoiseries  Collec_on,  is  a  Paris-­‐ based   Belgian   designer.   His   design   agency,   RF   Studio,   prac_ces   crea_ng   eclec_c   ways   of   researching   industrial   design,   cray   and   perspec_ve.   The   Chinoiseries   Collec_on  of  carpets  and  rugs  is  a  sumptuous,  refined  abstrac_on  and  celebra_on   of  18th  century  Chinese  tradi_onal  craysmanship.         AVAILABLE  FOR  INTERVIEW:   Ramy  Fischler,  Guest  Designer   May  16  –  19,  2013   Available  _mes:  Thursday,  10am  –  4pm;  Friday,  10am  –  2pm   Saturday  and  Sunday  available  upon  request       LocaUon:     Tai  Ping  Showroom   860  Broadway   New  York,  NY  10003       Contact:   Marisa.JonesIssa@camronpr.com  /  646.664.4862  

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MEET AND  EAT  

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ICFF

Coffee

Bars

Lunch

Dinner

Camron   Favorites  

DAISY MAY  BBQ      

If you   want   something   a   bit   different,   Daisy   May’s   BBQ   is   a   well-­‐deserved   favourite   among   New   Yorkers!   Serving   up   amazing  BBQ  classics  from  s_cky  ribs  to  bourbon  peaches  it  is   very  relaxed  and  the  service  is  excep_onally  fast.       LocaUon:  623  11th  Ave.  (corner  of  46th  St.)   Contact:  212-­‐977-­‐1500  

44&X HELL’S  KITCHEN      

44&X Hell’s   Kitchen   is   a   lovely   liele   place   with   a   great   menu   full   of   classic   dishes.   Choose   from   the   likes   of   fried   chicken,   lobster  salad    or  gooey  macaroni-­‐and-­‐cheese.     LocaUon:  622  Tenth  Ave.,  NY  10036  at  44th  St   Contact:  212.977.1170  

MARSEILLE NYC    

Marseille is   a   casual   Southern   French   restaurant   with   Mediterranean   influences.   Chef   Andy   D’Amico   has   mixed   authen_c   French,   Italian,   Greek   and   North   African   cuisines.   The   menu   is   an   original   fusion   of   tastes:   fresh   pastas,   savory   tagines   and   Bouillabaisse   are   some   of   the   most   outstanding   dishes  on  the  list.         LocaUon:    630  9th  avenue     Contact:  212  333  2323  

CHEZ JOSEPHINE    

Located in  the  heart  of  the  theater  district,  Chez  Josephine  is  a   charisma_c  restaurant  with  live  music.  It  is  a  popular  locale  for   pre-­‐theatre   dining.   It   has   been     Serving   up   a   reinvented   version   of   tradi_onal   cuisine   of   French   bistro.   The   interior   design   of   Chez   Josephine   recalls   the   atmosphere   of   1930s’   Paris.         LocaUon:  414  West  42nd  Street,  NY  10036   Contact:  212  594-­‐1925  

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WEST VILLAGE  

Coffee

Bars

Lunch

Dinner

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BAKEHOUSE  

French chef,   nice   long   bar,   convivial,   and   good   food/   good   wine.  One  block  from  the  Jane  hotel.  They  have  also  the  best   croissant/viennoiseries   and   bread!   Complimentary   glass   of   wine  if  you  men_on  WantedDesign     LocaUon:  113  Hora_o  street     Contact:  646-­‐559-­‐9871     Recommended  by  Odile  Hainaut        BLUE  HILL       Using   ar_sanal   techniques,   all   the   ingredients   used   at   Blue   Hill   come   straight   from   local   farms.   Guests   can   choose   from   the   regular   menu   of   instead   opt   for   the   “Farmers   Feast”   –   a   five   course  tas_ng  menu  inspired  by  the  week’s  harvest.       LocaUon:  75  Washington  Place  (Near  6th  Avenue)     Contact:  212  539  1776  

RED FARM    

Located in  the  West  Village,  Red  Farm  is  an  innova_ve  Chinese   eatery   set   in   ambient   and   rus_c   surroundings   of   a   1828   townhouse.    Serving  classic  dishes  with  a  modern  twist,  it  is  a   favourite  among  New  Yorkers.       LocaUon:  529  Hudson  Street,  NY  10014   Contact:  212  792-­‐9700  

CHEZ SARDINE    

A modern   Japanese   pub   with   a   28   seat   dining   room.     The   restaurant  specializes  in  cocktails  and  French  wines  and  serves   adventurous  dishes  such  as  cod  frieers,  a  pork  and  unagi  hand   roll,  grilled  cheese  with  foie  gras  and  pancakes  with  sashimi.       LocaUon:  183  West  10th  Street,  NY  10014   Contact:  646  360-­‐3705  

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WEST VILLAGE  

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THE UPHOLSTERY  STORE     The  Upholstery  Store  is  an  in_mate  wine  bar  serving  a  variety   of  wines  by  the  glass  and  by  the  boele  and  offers  a  selec_on   of   charcuterie   including   cheeses,   cured   meats   and   other   gourmet  snacks  and  edibles.     LocaUon:  713  Washington  Street,  New  York,  NY  10014   Contact:  212  352  2300         WALLSE     The   flagship   restaurant   of   Chef   Kurt   Gutenbrunner   gives   tradi_onal  Austrian  fare  gets  an  elegant  spin.     LocaUon:  344  West  11th  Street,  New  York,  NY  10014   Contact:  212  352  2300        

KIN SHOP     Contemporary   Thai   restaurant,   fusing   Thai   cuisine   with   New   American  style.  With  a  relaxed  vibe  and  great  wine  list,  it  has   one  of  the  most  unique  menus  in  NYC  right  now.     LocaUon:  469  6TH  Avenue,  New  York,  NY  10011   Contact:  212  675  4295        

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EAST VILLAGE  

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CASA MONO     Chef   Andy   Nusser   has   crayed   a   menu   of   substan_al   tapas   and   medium-­‐sized     entrees,   done   mostly   “a   la   plancha”   with   Catalan  flavors.     LocaUon:  52  Irving  Place,  New  York,  NY  10003   Contact:  212  253  2773         ALDER     Alder   began   serving   purple   pub   cheese,   fried   quail   with   banana   curry,   and   Shamrock   Amigo   cocktails   on   in   January,   and  as  expected,  New  Yorkers  are  lining  up  to  see  if  they  can   handle  the  wacky  menu.  No  Reserva_ons.     LocaUon:  157  Second  Avenue,  New  York,  NY  10003   Contact:  212  539  1900         MISSION  CHINESE     The   LES   outpost   of   Danny   Bowien’s   well‑loved   San   Francisco   eatery  features  intensely  personal  spins  on  a  host  of  Szechuan   and   Chinese-­‐American   classics,   with   Cantonese,   Xi’an   and   Taiwanese   tastes   thrown   in.   Some   online   reserva_ons   accepted.     LocaUon:  154  Orchard  Street,  New  York,  NY  10002   Contact:  212  529  8800  

CALLIOPE   Calliope  is  a  neighborhood  bistro  perfect  for  a  spot  of  brunch   in   the   sunshine.   Serving   European   farmhouse   food   sourced   from  local  farmers  and  fishermen,  the  laid  back  café  is  a  great   place  to  watch  the  world  go  by!     LocaUon:  84  East  Fourth  Street,  NY  10013   Contact:  212  260-­‐8484  

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WANTEDDESIGN

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AMERICANO  

Americano is   definitely   the   nearest   "hot   spot“   to   WantedDesign,   nice   outdoor/garden   area   for   lunch   diner,   nice   roof  top,  good  food,  great  for  cocktails  hour  too.     LocaUon:  518  W  27th  St    New  York,  10001   Contact:  212-­‐525-­‐0000     Recommended  by  Odile  Hainaut          

BOTTINO  

Bo~no is  one  of  my  favorite  places,  nice  outdoor  area  as  well.   The  place  for  all  the  Gallerist,  art  collectors  in  Chelsea’s  gallery   district.     LocaUon:  246  10th  Ave    New  York,  NY  10001   Contact:  212-­‐206-­‐6766     Recommended  by  Odile  Hainaut         OVEST   PIZZOTECA    

The more   casual   but   great   Italian   restaurant.   Si~ng   beneath   the   highline   along   reemerging   W   27th   Street,   the   industrial   brick   walls   and   high   ceilings   house   the   ayer-­‐work   aperi_vo   (Italian  “happy  hour”)     LocaUon:  513  W  27th  St  #2,  New  York,  NY  10001   Contact:  212-­‐967-­‐4392     Recommended  by  Odile  Hainaut          THE  FLATIRON  ROOM  (THE  WHISKEY  LOUNGE)    

The Fla_ron   Room   is   a   sophis_cated   hangout   in   the   heart   of   Chelsea.   With   over   500   whiskeys   on   offer,   plenty   of   entertainment   and   classic   cocktails   it’s   perfect   for   a   leisurely   drink.     LocaUon:  37  W  26th  St    New  York,  NY  10010   Contact:  212  725  3860           48  


NOHO

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CIRCOLO

Opened  just  last  December,  Circolo  offers  a  new  take  on  age-­‐ old   Italian   approach   to   food:   simple,   direct,   healthy   and   homemade.  Founded  by  the  partners  who  collaborated  on  the   much   loved   Posada   Margherita   hotel   and   restaurant   in   Tulum.   From   the   Italian   "circolo",   meaning   both   circle   and   club-­‐-­‐in   tradi_onal   Italian   society,   a   circolo   is   a   local   spot   to   meet   friends,   play   cards,   discuss   current   affairs   and   enjoy   an  aperi_vo.     LocaUon:  45  Bond  St  New  York,  NY  10012     Contact:  212  375  0323     Recommended  by  Ambra  Medda        

PEARL &  ASH  

With   preey   much   every   New   York   based   newspaper   raving   about   this   new   place,   Pearl   and   Ash   is   must   visit   wine   bar.   It   is   tastefully  decorated,  boasts  a  vibrant  atmosphere  and  also  has   an  inven_ve  food  menu  should  you  want  to  eat.           LocaUon:  220  Bowery,  New  York,  NY   Contact:  212  837  2370   Walk  ins  welcome         WISE   MEN     A   nostalgic   ode   to   1970s   New   York   from   photographer   Danielle   Levie,   hospitality   vet   Caroleyn   Ng   (Dream   Hotel,   Gansevoort)   and   S   Magazine   crea_ve   director   Chris_na   Chin.     Cocktails  and  small  plates.     LocaUon:  355  Bowery,  New  York,  NY  10003   Contact:  646  590  4244    

IL BUCO  

A   joint   venture   of   film-­‐maker   Donna   Lennard   and   her   Italian   boyfriend  Alberto  Avalle,  Il  Buco  is  a  Mediterranean  restaurant     with   the   rus_c   look   and   feel   of   a   European   country   home.   While   Donna   sources   ingredients   from   local   farmers,   Alberto   assists   from   Umbria,   bringing   in   a   constant   stream   of   authen_c  Italian  inspira_on  and  new  flavours.       LocaUon:  47  Bond  Street  (between  Lafayeee  &  Bowery)   Contact:  212-­‐533-­‐1932   49    


MIDTOWN

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HAUSER &  WIRTH  NEW  

This   is   the   second   New   York   loca_on   for   the   interna_onal   gallery  which  beside  its  outpost  on  the  Upper  East  Side,  with   branches   in   Zurich   and   London.   The   building   that   used   to   house  the  famed  Roxy  dance  club.     LocaUon:  511  W  18th  St,  Chelsea   Contact:  212-­‐794-­‐4970     Recommended  by  Dan  Rubenstein        JOHN  DORY  OYSTER  BAR       April   Bloomfield   and   Ken   Friendman’s   fish   restaurant   is   a   mix   of  English/Italian/Mediterranean  cuisine.  A  good  place  to  pop   in  for  oysters  and  cocktails.  No  reserva_ons  (NB.  8-­‐12  ppl  can   reserve  chef’s  tas_ng  table)     LocaUon:  1196  Broadway  ,  New  York,  NY  10001   Contact:  212  792  9000        

MIDDLE BRANCH  

Middle   Branch,   the   spin-­‐off   of   the   excellent   Liele   Branch   serves  classic  cocktails  that  bring  a  subdued  elegance  to   fraey   Murray  Hill.     LocaUon:  154  East  33rd  Street,  New  York,  NY  10016   Contact:  212  213  1350        

HARLOW

Notar   recently   partnered   with   Jim   Palloea,   Jon   Krasner   and   Michael   Barree   to   create   Harlow,   a   full-­‐service   restaurant,   parlor   and   café   in   midtown   Manhaean.   Located   at   56th   and   Park,  the  European-­‐inspired  restaurant  features  a  grand  oyster   bar,   an   interior   wall   of   ivy   in   a   conservatory   that   is   flooded   with  natural  light  and  contemporary  art  installa_ons.       LocaUon:  111  E  56th  St    New  York,  NY  10022   Contact:  212-­‐935-­‐6600       50    


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ABC COCINA  NEW  and  just  open!    

ABC   Cocina   &   Michelin   Star   chef   Jan-­‐Georges   Vongerichten   welcome   you   to   our   modern   global   exchange   celebra_ng   local   cray  and  interna_onal  culture.  The  décor  is  gorgeous  and  this   is  a  perfect  place  for  a  drink,  lunch  or  an  informal  dinner.       LocaUon:  38  East  19th  Street   Contact:    2126772233  

THE MODERN  

Located   within   the   MoMa   if   you   want   to   dine   whilst   completely  immersed  in  art  this  is  the  place  to  come!  Serving   French-­‐American  cuisine  under  its  1  Michelin  star  and  3  New   York  Times  stars,  the  walls  are  beau_fully  draped  in  artworks   whilst   the   Dining   Room   overlooks   The   Abby   Aldrich   Rockefeller  Sculpture  Garden.       LocaUon:  9  West  53rd  Street,  New  York.  NY  10019   Contact:  212-­‐333-­‐1220  

TXIKITO

This   liele   restaurant   serves   up   fabulous   authen_c   Basque   cuisine   inspired   by   humble   ingredients   and   the   head   chefs     Grandmothers’  tradi_onal  recipes.  The  wine  list  is  spot  on  too!       LocaUon:  240  Ninth  Ave.     b/  24th  and  25th  Streets     Contact:    212.242.4730  

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CARBONE

Carbone  is  and  Italian-­‐American  restaurant  which  wonderfully   captures   the   essence   of   Italian-­‐American   restaurants   of   mid-­‐20th  century  in  New  York  “where  delicious,  excep_onally   well-­‐prepared   food   was   served   in   se~ngs   that   were   simultaneously   elegant,   comfortable   and   unpreten_ous.   The   décor  is  stylish  and  the  food  is  delicious!     LocaUon:  181  Thompson  St     Contact:  212  933  0707        SATURDAYS  NYC       The   shop   boasts   La   Colombe   coffee   in   the   front,   surf   apparel   and  casual  menswear  in  the  back,  and  an  outdoor  pa_o.     LocaUon:  31  Crosby  Street,  New  York,  NY  10013   Contact:  212-­‐966-­‐7875          

LITTLE PRINCE    

Chef Paul  Denamiel’s  airy  new  SoHo  restaurant.  In_mate  feel,   with  classic  French  menu  items  such  as  frisee  au  lardon,  beef   tartare,  roasted  lamb  chops  and  whole  roasted  Dover  sole.       LocaUon:199  Prince  Street,  NY  10012   Contact:  212  335-­‐0566  

ROUGE ET  BLANC  

This  sophis_cated  French  -­‐  Vietnamese  restaurant  has  earned   itself  two  New  York  Times  stars  but  it  is  the  extensive  wine  list   that   is   really   impressive.   Wines   are   separated   by   region   and   date  back  as  far  as  1995.       LocaUon:  48  MacDougal  St,  New  York,  NY  10012     Contact:    (212)  260-­‐5757  

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CAFE SABARSKY     Viennese   café   at   the   Neue   Galerie,   with   marble   tabletops,   chairs   designed   by   Adolf   Loos   and   an   authen_c   menu   of   Austro-­‐Hungarian   staples.   The   coffee   at   Cafe   Sabarsky   comes   from  Meinl's  in  Vienna.     LocaUon:  1048  Fiyh  Avenue,  New  York,  NY  10028   Contact:  +1  212  2880665           RED  ROOSTER     Marcus   Samuelsson’s   hot   Harlem   global   soul   food   joint   is   luring  food  lovers  and  cri_cs  uptown.     LocaUon:  310  Lenox  Avenue,  New  York,  NY  10027   Contact:    +1  212  792  9001          

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BROOKLYN

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VINEGAR HILL     Vinegar  Hill  House  has  one  of  the  most  unique  dining  rooms  in   NYC   resembling   a   hip   Woodstock   B&B.   Menu   highlights   include  the  cast-­‐iron  chicken  and  the  salads.     LocaUon:  72  Hudson  Av.  Brooklyn,  NY  11201   Contact:  +1  718  522  1018           ROBERTA’S  PIZZA     Ar_sanal   wood-­‐oven   pizza   with   a   crea_ve   twist   brightens   a   desolate   backstreet   in   Bushwick.   Hyped   as   one   on   of   the   most   extraordinary  restaurants  in  NYC.  Reserva_ons    only  made  for   10-­‐16ppl  and  must  be  booked  a  week  in  advance.     LocaUon:  261  Moore  St.  Brooklyn,  NY   Contact:  +1  718  417  1118           NIGHTINGALE  9     Vietnamese   street   food   and   classic   dishes   from   the   team   behind  Seersucker  and  Smith  Canteen.     LocaUon:  345  Smith  Street,  Carroll  Gardens,  Brooklyn,  NY   Contact:  +1  347  689  4699          

ZIZI LIMONA     Sourcing   fresh   seasonal   and   local   ingredients,   Zizi   offers   updated  versions  of  Mediterranean  home  cooked  classics.     LocaUon:  129  Havemeyer  Street,  Brooklyn,  NY  11211   Contact:  +1  347  763  1463          

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THE PINES     Chef  Angelo  Romano's  new  restaurant  in  Gowanus,  Brooklyn,   offers  molecular  gastronomy  in  a  familiar  se~ng.     LocaUon:  284  3rd  Ave.  Brooklyn,  NY  11215   Contact:  +1  718  596  6560        

PORK SLOPE     Serving   great   burgers   un_l   2am   and   a   plen_ful   array   of   American   Whiskeys,   bourbon   and   rye   un_l   4am   this   bustling   bar  will  take  care  of  any  late  night  hunger  and  offers  a  vibrant,   authen_c  American  experience.       LocaUon:275  5th  Avenue,  Brooklyn.     Contact:  718  768  7675      

TEN BELLS  

Ten   Bells   boasts   an   exquisite   and   extensive   wine   list   and   serves   great   food   too.   Selec_ng   2   different   oysters   from   the   East   or   West   Coast   each   week,   don’t   miss   out   on   their   daily   Oyster  Happy  Hour,  serving  oysters  from  opening  to  7.00  p.m   at   $1.25   each!   It’s   also   worth   no_ng   that   the   place   only   accepts  cash  so  don’t  come  empty  handed!       LocaUon:  247  Broome  Street,  NY  10002   Contact:    212  725  3860  

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DESIGN MILK  PRESENTS  EAST,  MEET  WEST!  AT  BOBBY  BERK  HOME                                          

Now in  our  third  year  of  collabora_on,  Design  Milk  and  Bobby  Berk  Home  have  created  a  brand  new  event  during   New  York  Design  Week.  East,  Meet  West!  is  an  exhibi_on  and  popup  shop  that  will  feature  an  amazing  group  of   ar_sts,  designers  and  crayspeople  who  live  and  work  on  the  West  Coast.  From  Seaele  to  Los  Angeles,  we’ve  got  a   fantas_c  assembly  of  products  that  you  won’t  see  anywhere  else—not  on  the  ICFF  show  floor  or  in  any  other   exhibit.  Get  your  eyes  (and  your  hands!)  on  one-­‐off  pieces,  prototypes  and  special  edi_ons.   Featuring  products  and  designs  by:     100xBtr   Tanya  Aguiñiga   Bend  Sea_ng   Mae  Gagnon   Grain   Graypants   Nell  &  Mary   Brendan  Ravenhill   RedHeaded  Mess  (Cailen  Guhl)   Jared  Rusten   Eric  Trine   Urbancase   Wolfum   Thomas  Wold     I  hope  to  see  some  of  you  at  the  opening  party  event  on  May  18th  from  6-­‐9pm  at  Bobby  Berk  Home  (59  Crosby   Street).  RSVP  on  Facebook  or  to  info@design-­‐milk.com.   Products  will  be  on  display  and  for  sale  May  18-­‐26,  2013  

 

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RBW will  be  hos_ng  morning  breakfasts  and  ayernoon  drinks  at  our  Javits  Center  booth  1826.  Step   through  the  2013  Rich  Brilliant  Willing  world  with  Theo,  Charles,  Alex  and  the  rest  of  the  RBW  team   as  we  discuss  the  story  behind  our  new  collec_on.         Special  kits  are  being  crayed  for  those  who  RSVP  so  let  us  know  what  date  and  _me  works  best  for   you  (morning  breakfast  /  ayernoon  drinks  RSVP  to  sales@richbrilliantwilling.com).       MORNING  BREAKFAST   SATURDAY  MAY  18  /  SUNDAY  MAY  19  /  MONDAY  MAY  20   10  -­‐  11.30AM   RBW  JAVITS  CENTER  BOOTH  1826       AFTERNOON  DRINKS   SATURDAY  MAY  18  /  SUNDAY  MAY  19   4.30  -­‐  5.30PM   RBW  JAVITS  CENTER  BOOTH  1826       We  look  forward  to  celebra_ng  this  collec_on  with  you!       Alexander  Williams       Upcoming  RBW  presenta_ons:       NYC  5.18  -­‐  5.21  ICFF  at  Javits  stand  1826   -­‐  (Collabora_on  with  FormLabs  stand  1936  pending  more  informa_on)   Chicago  6.10  -­‐  6.12  NeoCon  at  Merchandise  Mart  stand  8-­‐7080   Los  Angeles  6.21  -­‐  6.23  Dwell  on  Design  stand  619   67  


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Visit us  at:   ICFF   Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center   Booth  1318  and  1424   11th  Avenue  at  38th  Street   New  York  City     N e w   Y o r k   C i t y   b e c o m e s   t h e   g l o b a l   d e s i g n   e p i c e n t r e   i n   M a y   a s   t h e   a n n u a l   Interna_onal  Contemporary  Furniture  Fair  hits  town.       Of   course,   we   will   be   showcasing   our   (literally)   hot   off   the   press   products   shipped   fresh   from   our   Milan  adventures  –  en_tled  the  Rough  and  the  Smooth,  comprising  of  both  precision  engineered  high   finish   objects   contrasted   with   products   featuring   a   more   textured,   handcrayed,   honest   and   heavy   materiality  .       This   show   will   be   complemented   by   a   major   installa_on   featuring   a   temporary   pop-­‐up   Manhaean   manufacturing   unit   –   where   we   partner   with   Trumpf   U.S,   North   America's   leading   manufacturer   of   industrial  lasers  and  fabrica_ng  equipment,  to  demonstrate  live  the  new  digital  industrial  revolu_on,   which   now   allows   us   to   go   direct   from   factory   floor,   straight   to   the   consumer,   using   the   latest   innova_ons  in  digital  design  and  manufacture  –  in  the  heart  of  the  city.       These   new   tools   have   the   poten_al   to   liberate   the   designer   from   the   big   investments   previously   necessary   for   accessing   industrialised   produc_on,   crea_ng   possibility   for   the   customer   to   be   involved   in   the   development   of   the   product   they   are   actually   purchasing.   In   short,   revitalising   local   manufacturing  in  a  way  not  seen  for  a  century  or  more.     There  may  be  a  chance  for  you  to  get  hold  of  one  of  these  unique  limited  edi_on  items,  come  back   for  more  details.          

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TEN THINGS  TO  DO  IN  NEW  YORK  TO  ESCAPE  FROM  DESIGN   1.  RAIN  ROOM  

MoMA   PS1’s   latest   installa_on   Rain   Room   is   simply   fantas_c,   allowing   you   to   walk   into   a   rainstorm   without   ge~ng   wet!   The   installa_on   aeracted   77,000   visitors   in   the   space   of   just   five   months   when   it   debuted   at   the   Barbican   in   London   and   its   recep_on   is   New   York   is   expected   to   be   equally   spectacular.   Make  sure  you  catch  it  while  you  can!  Courtesy  of  RH,  RestoraDon   Hardware    

Hours: 12-­‐6PM  Thurs  through  Mon,  closed  on  Tues  and  Wed   LocaUon:  22-­‐25  Jackson  Ave.  at  the  intersec_on  of  46th  Ave.   Long  Island  City,  NY  11101  

2. PUNK:  CHAOS  TO  COUTURE  EXHIBITION    AT  THE   METROPOLITAN  MUSEUM  OF  ART    

Chaos To   Couture   is   undoubtedly   this   year’s   show-­‐stopper   exhibi_on   at   the   Metropolitan   Museum   of   Art.   Showcasing   the   impact  of  Punk  on  high  fashion  from  the  mid-­‐70s  to  present  day   and   featuring   the   likes   of   Blondie,   Richard   Hell,   Pa~   Smith   and   Vivienne  Westwood,  it  is  a  must-­‐see  amongst  New-­‐Yorkers.       Hours:  Tuesday–Thursday:  9:30  a.m.–5:30  p.m.   Friday  and  Saturday:  9:30  a.m.–9:00  p.m.   Sunday:  9:30  a.m.–5:30  p.m.   Closed  Monday  (except  Holiday  Mondays)   LocaUon:  1000  5th  Ave    New  York,  NY  10028  

3. MOMA  PS1    

MoMA PS1   is   one   of   America’s   largest   and   oldest   art   ins_tu_ons   dedicated   solely   to   contemporary   art.   Currently   exhibi_ng   “Expo   1:  New  York”,  a  large-­‐scale  fes_val  exploring  ecological  challenges,   the  space  is  well  worth  a  few  hours  of  your  _me.     Hours:  12-­‐6PM  Thurs  through  Mon,  closed  on  Tues  and  Wed   LocaUon:  22-­‐25  Jackson  Ave.  at  the  intersec_on  of  46th  Ave.   Long  Island  City,  NY  11101  

4. HIGHLINE  

If  it  is  a  sunny  day  make  sure  you  take  a  wander  along  the  High   Line,   an   elevated   old   railway   line   that   has   been   beau_fully   transformed   into   a   park   on   Manhaean’s   West   Side.   With   coffee   shops,  eateries  and  plenty  to  see  along  the  way  you  could  easily   spend  a  whole  ayernoon  there.  It  is  also  just  around  the  corner   from  The  Standard.    

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TEN THINGS  TO  DO  IN  NEW  YORK  TO  ESCAPE  FROM  DESIGN   5.  MAISON  PREMIERE      

A spectacular  oyster  bar  -­‐  Tip,  Monday  -­‐  Friday  they  do  dollar   oysters  during  oyster  happy  hour  (5-­‐7  pm)!  

Hours: 4pm  –  2am   LocaUon:  298  Bedford  Ave    Brooklyn,  NY  11211  

6. ROOFTOP:  STANDARD  BAR    

The rooyop   at   The   Standard   offers   stunning   panoramic   views   across   the   city   and   is   the   perfect   place   to   start   the   day   with   a   morning  coffee.  However  if  a  cocktail  is  more  your  thing,  Le  Bain,   The  Standard’s  penthouse  discothèque,  is  open  un_l  4am!       LocaUon:  848  Washington  St,  New  York,  NY  10014  

7. TOWNHOUSE  SPA  

By   the   end   of   a   long   week,   a   visit   to   the   spa   is   likely   to   be   exactly   what   you   need.   The   Townhouse   Spa   is   one   of   our   favourites.   Located   in   Midtown   Manhaean   in   the   tranquil   se~ng   of   a   beau_fully   restored   townhouse,   the   spa   offers   a   varied   array   of   treatments   from   ‘massage   therapy’   and   facial   treatments   to   manicures.         LocaUon:  39W  56  Street  or  downtown  Haven  Spa  150  Mercer    

8. HOT  SHOP:  IRO    

Ultra-­‐cool French   clothing   brand   Iro   sell   their   clothes   in   a   number   of   stores   scaeered   across   the   city   but   it’s   their   own   shop   on   Broome   Street   that   is   really   special.     Both   the   clothing   and   the   store’s   interior,   featuring   modern   black-­‐and-­‐white   décor,   are   beau_fully  sophis_cated.       Hours:  Mon–Sat  11am–7pm,  Sun  noon–6pm   LocaUon:  450  Broome  St  New  York.  NY  10013    

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TEN THINGS  TO  DO  IN  NEW  YORK  TO  ESCAPE  FROM  DESIGN   9.  CUPCAKES:  TWO  LITTLE  RED  HENS  &  MOLLY’S   CUPCAKES    

No city   trip   is   complete   without   a   fantas_c   tas_ng   cupcake   and   luckily  New  York  is  full  of  wonderful  bakeries.  Molly’s  Cupcakes  on   Bleecker   Street   and   Two   Liele   Red   Hens   on   the   Upper   East   Side   are  our  absolute  favourites!     LocaUons:     Two  Liele  Red  Hens:  1652  Second  Avenue  (86th  Street)   Molly’s  Cupcakes:  228  Bleecker  St.  

10. GOVERNOR'S  ISLAND  

If  you  really  want  to  escape  New  York  city,  take  a  short  trip  over  to  the  picturesque  Governors  Island.  A  172   acre  island  set  in  the  heart  of  New  York  Harbour,  the  island  is  perfect  place  for  a  picnic  or  a  leisurely  bike  ride.   Governors  Island  is  only  open  on  Saturdays  and  Sundays.       Island  is  open    Saturday  and  Sunday  from  10am-­‐7pm.  

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FACT SHEET  FOR  NEW  YORK  DESIGN  WEEK  2013   ICFF       INTRO  NY   Trade:  Saturday,  May  18  and  Sunday,  May     19   Saturday,  May  18  –  Monday,  May  20   Hours:  10am  –  5pm   Press  Breakfast:     LocaUon:  Jacob  K.  Javits  Conven_on  Center   Saturday,  May  18  (10AM-­‐12AM)   (11th  Avenue  at  38th  Street)   Opening  Party:       Saturday,  May  18  (7PM  –  9PM)     Hours:  May  18  (12PM-­‐6PM)     WANTED  DESIGN   May  19-­‐20  (10AM-­‐8PM)       Saturday,  May  18  –  Monday,  May  20     Press  Preview:  Friday,  May  17  (5PM  –  7PM)   UBER  PRIVATE  CAR   Opening  Party:  Friday  May  17    (7PM  -­‐  10PM)   www.uber.com   Hours:  10AM  –  7PM   Download  iPhone  app  here   LocaUon:   Terminal   Stores,   The   Tunnel,   269     th th th 11  Avenue,  Between  27  and  28  Street       CAMRON  CONCIERGE  in  New  York       NOHO  DESIGN  DISTRICT   James.Hart@camronpr.com     In  New  York:     Friday,  May  17  –  Monday,  May  20   Thursday,  May  16  –  Tuesday,  May  21   Press  Preview:  Friday,  May  17  (10AM-­‐12PM)     Subculture,  45  Bleecker  Street     Opening  Party:  Friday,  May  17  at  the   CAMRON  CONCIERGE  IN  LONDON  THIS   Bowery  Hotel,  8PM  to  12AM.   WEEK  FOR  NEW  YORK  ENQUIRIES:   Hours:  Various  _mes  (check  website)     LocaUon:  Noho  District   Anya.Lawrence@camronpr.com           SOHO  EVENING  EVENTS   CAMRON  NEW  YORK  OFFICE       Monday,  May  20,  6-­‐9pm   Nora.Trice@camronpr.com   Artemide:  46  Greene  St.   +646.213.7483   Bisazza:  43  Greene  St.   154  Grand  Street   Kartell:  39  Greene  St.   New  York,  NY  10013         WEATHER   FORECAST  FOR  NEW  YORK       DESIGN  WEEK                        

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