NEW YORK PACK 2014
SUBWAY MAP: KEY DESTINATIONS
TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO MISS IN NYC THIS YEAR
APPS, HASHTAGS, WHO TO FOLLOW
MEATPACKING/ WEST VILLAGE
SIGHT UNSEEN OFFSITE
SOHO – DESIGN SHOWROOMS & EVENTS
INDUSTRY CITY - BROOKLYN
CAMRON CLIENTS IN NEW YORK
MEET AND EAT
PRESS RELEASES & INVITATIONS: SHOWROOMS & INSTALLATIONS
FACT SHEET FOR NYCxDESIGN 2014
WEATHER FORECAST FOR NYCxDESIGN
Compiled by James Hart, Anya Lawrence and Laura Ward
As we head towards NYCxDESIGN this year, there seems to be a real optimism. We have certainly noticed many more installations happening in the city, and a lot of international press and designers are planning to attend.
Key things of note this year include Sight Unseen's new OFFSITE fair, which will be held on two floors at 200 Lafayette in Soho and Wallpaper* Handmade making its New York debut with Jaguar. Located in the Meatpacking district, it will feature 40 specially commissioned designs, including Fiona BarrattCampbell, Todd Bracher, Paul Loebach, the Haas Brothers and Suzanne Tick.
Another destination of note is INTRO/NY which will be at 201 Mulberry Street, sponsored by designjunction. WantedDesign gets better and better and is now in its 4th year, located in the Terminal Stores on 11th Avenue. Don't miss out on Industry City in Brooklyn where WantedDesign has teamed up for an 11 day series of events and workshops.
ICFF will open on Saturday as usual at the Javits Convention Center. A special feature this year includes The Good Life - an exhibition and book by Jasper Morrison, working with Lars Muller publishers, that documents the ‘what and how’ of a particular way of seeing, from Morrison's perspective. We have included in this pack our Top Ten (non-Camron clients) as well as maps, restaurants and useful addresses.
We look forward to seeing you in a few days’ time!
Judy Dobias Managing Director
THE DESIGN COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY: LONDON / NEW YORK / SAN FRANCISCO
NYCxDESIGN is New York City’s official citywide celebration of design. Spanning all disciplines of design, NYCxDESIGN creates a collaborative platform for cultural and commercial opportunities, elevates established and emerging design practices and increases awareness of and appreciation for design by all audiences. Hosted in the world’s design capital, NYCxDESIGN brings together all the disciplines of design, commerce, culture, education, and entertainment with a full, varied program, including exhibitions, installations, trade shows, talks, launches and open studios. Our inaugural celebration in 2013 featured 350 events by 183 organizers at 190 venues across all of the New York City and included topics from graphic design to architecture, technology and urban design to fashion and product design, interiors to landscape, furniture to design thinking, and more. WHO ORGANIZES NYCXDESIGN? NYCxDESIGN is a collaboration among NYC & Company, NYCEDC, City agencies, the Mayor’s Office, City Council, and a steering committee composed of some of the City’s most renowned design institutions, retailers, manufacturers, entrepreneurs, curators, educators, editors and—of course—designers.
WHAT ARE THE 2014 DATES? May 9–20, 2014. Please stay in touch by signing up for news and updates from NYCxDESIGN.
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ICFF Meatpacking/ West Village WantedDesign Sight Unseen OFFSITE Midtown Williamsburg Industry City (Brooklyn)
TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO MISS IN NYC THIS YEAR
1. French Design Connection
2. Future Perfect - Totem
French Design Connection is returning to the Chambers hotel for the second year and we are delighted that our friend Anne-France Berthelon has curated this with Anna Yudina. Organised by Francesco Pirrello, founder of globe trotting MEET MY PROJECT label, the exhibition is tailored for New York's design-savvy public. It will show a selection of smart, innovative, endearing, ironic and visually arresting objects.
This NYCxDESIGN – one of New York’s coolest design stores – The Future Perfect will be showcasing the Totem collection. Designed by Lindsey Adelman with glass by Nancy Callan, the light sculptures were created in an edition of three unique pieces.
Location: 55 Great Jones Street
Location: Chambers Hotel, 15 W. 56 Street
3. Tom Dixon
This year at ICFF, Tom Dixon is showcasing their new furniture, lighting and accessories under the theme of the CLUB. The conventional Gentleman’s club is reworked into a contemporary version of the historic British members club
Fans of Jamie Gray have plenty to get excited about this year with his fifth Matter-Made collection debuting at ICFF (including pieces by Jamie himself!) and an exhibition in his Soho showroom by Bec Brittain x Hilda Hellstrom and new pieces by Karl Zahn.
Location: ICFF, Booth number: 1318
Locations: Matter - 405 Broome Street + ICFF Booth #1321 Opening Party: May 17th
TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO MISS IN NYC THIS YEAR
5. Wallpaper* Handmade in New York with Jaguar Following its debut at Milan’s Salone del Mobile, Wallpaper* Handmade in New York has taken their inspiration from British car manufacturer Jaguar. Especially for ICFF,Wallpaper* have commissioned new work from local Brooklyn architects and Design Miami/2012 pavilion designers Snarkitecture. Location: May 16-31 . Meatpacking District, 345 West 14th Street
7. R & Company The work of iconic designers Wendell Castle and Joe Colombo will be on show at R & Company’s SoHo showroom during NYCxDesign right up until June 27th. Location: 82 Franklin Street Hours: Monday - Friday, 11 am - 6 pm. Saturday, 12-6 pm
6. Street Theater: Times Square Arts
Street Seats, a collection of abandoned chairs found in New York repaired and given a coat of taxi-cab yellow paint, is the basis of a new urban research project called Street Theater. The yellow chairs will be positioned in a plaza where you can sit and take in the spectacle of Times Square. Date: May 16. 11am – 7pm Location: Broadway and 42nd Street
8. The Dutch Masters & Aldo Bakker For his very first solo-exhibition, iconic Dutch designer Aldo Bakker chose to collaborate and present his work with Atelier Courbet in collaboration with master-craftsmen Jan Matthesius, Frank Ottink & Rutger Graas - masters in wood crafting, copper and silversmith and ceramics. Location: 175/177 Mott Street
TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO MISS IN NYC THIS YEAR
9. Vitsoe Fruit Stand with The Gourmand Vitsoe are joining forces with culinary magazine The Gourmand to recreate a neighbourhood fruit stand in their New York shop. Serving a selection of fruit tarts, teas and homemade sodas alongside back issues of the magazine and a limited edition recipe book; it will be the perfect haven away from the chaos of design week.
10. Norwegian Icons: Important Norwegian Design
Still around on May 23rd? Check out Norwegian Icons and get a crash course in Norwegian design history at this exhibition of over 500 important works of furniture from Norway in Nolita. Dates: May 23 - June 1 Location: Open House Gallery, 201 Mulberry Street
Date: May 16th – May 19th. 11am – 7pm Location: 33 Bond Street, New York
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WHO TO FOLLOW
NYCxDESIGN TALKS DESIGNER CITY: HOW INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TRANSFORM URBAN LIFE When: Friday, May 16, 7.30pm – 8.30pm Where: Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle A “Pratt Presents” panel discussion, co-presented by Pratt and the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), that explores how the design industry has improved life for New Yorkers as well as people around the world. Moderated by The New York Times Home section Deputy Editor Julie Lasky, the panel will feature David Burney, associate professor of Architecture, Pratt Institute, and former commissioner of New York City’s Department of Design and Construction; Christine Gaspar, executive director of the Center for Urban Pedagogy; Jason Schupbach, director of design, the National Endowment for the Arts; and Wendy E. Brawer, founder and director, the Green Map System. Free with RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. Reception immediately following.
WHAT’S HAPPENING ABROAD? When: Saturday May 17 at noon Where: Conversation Room, Wanted Design 269 11th Avenue, NY 10001 Moderated by Avinash Rajagopal, Associate Editor of Metropolis Magazine, with Emilio Cabrero, Design Week Mexico director, Tomek Rygalik of Studio Rygalik, designer Philippe Nigro and Christian Rasmussen, Head of Design at Fritz Hansen.
GOOD DESIGN? GOOD BUSINESS? LEGACY? FUTURE? HOW DO THEY INTERSECT? When: Saturday, May 17, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Where: ICFF 11th Avenue at 38th Street, NY 10001 Brooke Stoddard, hosts a discussion of these always pressing questions with designers Noé DuchaufourLawrance, Ross Lovegrove, Jephson Robb, and Bernhardt Design president Jerry Helling.
DESIGNING, MAKING, TRANSFORMING When: Sunday May 18 at noon Where: Conversation Room, Wanted Design 269 11th Avenue, NY 10001 Moderated by Susan Szenasy, Editor-in-Chief of Metropolis Magazine, Sarah Krasley, Sustainable Manufacturing Lead for Autodesk, Bruno Dussert-Vidalet of Blackbody, and Axor Product Manager, Manuel Züfle.
NYC DESIGN TALKS TURKISH DELIGHT? ABSOLUTELY. AND GREAT GLOBAL DESIGN, TOO. WHO BETTER TO HOST THAT THAN WALLPAPER*? When: Sunday, May 18, 3:00-4:00 p.m Where: ICFF 11th Avenue at 38th Street, NY 10001 Join Pei-Ru Keh, Wallpaper's New York editor, as she moderates a discussion on pioneering international design with Chicago-based industrial designer Defne Koz, whose pre-stateside resume includes studies at Domus Academy, a stint in the Sottsass office, and her own Milan studio; Ali Tayar, Turkish-born architect with clients worldwide; and Gaye Cevikel, founder and chief creative officer of Turkish brand GAIA&GINO and creative director of the Czech brand Verreum.
US DESIGN: WHAT’S NEXT? When: Monday May 19 at noon Where: Conversation Room, Wanted Design 269 11th Avenue, NY 10001 Moderated by Paul Makovsky, Editorial Director of Metropolis Magazine, with Byron Trotter, Global Design Manager for Architectural Markets at 3M, Ben Stagl of Chadlab, and Shant Madjarian of Juniper Design. More to be announced.
COOPER-HEWITT, NATIONAL DESIGN MUSEUM: JACK LENOR LARSEN When: Monday, May 19, 1pm - 2:00 pm Where: ICFF 11th Avenue at 38th Street, NY 10001 If anyone in the design world qualifies as a living legend, it’s textile shaman Jack Lenor Larsen, one of the great design artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. In conversation with Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum deputy curatorial director, Matilda McQuaid, Larsen talks history, craft, production, fiber, culture, and beauty.
INTERNI 60th ANNIVERSARY When: Monday, May 19, 6pm Where: Cappellini, 152 Wooster St. (btw. Prince & Houston Sts.), Soho Guest of Honor, Daniel Libeskind architect and designer talks at the Cappellini store
Jacob K. Javits Conven0on Center 11th Avenue at 38th Street New York City, NY 10001
ICFF PRESS RELEASES British European Design Group Celebrates 20 Years at the ICFF WHITE PLAINS, NY, MAY 6, 2014 The British European Design Group (BEDG) will mark its 20th straight year of exhibiting at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF). In 1994, with its first contingent on the show floor of New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, the BEDG announced its arrival as a force on the global design scene. In the two decades since, BEDG participants have won numerous ICFF Editors Awards. BEDG founder Karin-Beate Phillips says, “Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the BEDG at the ICFF is a very happy occasion. In the last two decades, the market for global design has grown exponentially. With our annual exhibit at the ICFF, we have played a significant role in extending the reach of international design across North America.” GLM senior vice president Kevin O’Keefe says, “In two decades of exhibiting at the ICFF, Karin-Beate Phillips and the participating companies of the BEDG contingent have been instrumental in cementing the ICFF’s position as North America’s primary event for global contemporary design. We have grown together over the years, and look forward to doing so as the market for great modern products continues to expand in new directions in the U.S. and around the world.” Since 1991, the BEDG has taken more than 4,800 British companies, institutions, and individuals to exhibit in key export markets and has accessed government and non-government funding to do so. One of 11 contingents at the 26th annual ICFF, the BEDG continues to be one of the ICFF’s largest exhibitors. This year’s participants number 55 companies: ABI Wright Design, Abigail Edwards, Ali Siahvoshi, Aluminium Case Company, Amina Technologies LTD, Badgers of Bohemia, Barbara Chandler, Camilla Meijer, Cumbria Crystal, CYCLOC, Daniel Heath, David Hayward Design LTD, DDQ Design LTD, Digetex, Donald Alexander, Donald Baugh, Dupenny, Giles Miller Studio, Hannah Nunn, Heal's, Helen Yardley, Innermost, Jeremy Cole Ltd., Jess Shaw, Liqui Design, Logical Art Design LTD T / A Beyond Objet, Macmaster, Marc Schulthess, Melin Tregwynt Mill, Mineheart, Naomi Paul Studio, Nick Davis , Nick Munro, Northumbria University, Occipinti, Philip Hardaker, Philip Watts Design, Quirk & Rescue, Rachel O'Neill, RawStudio, Rohan Clarke, Space 1a Design, Steuart Padwick , Studiojonmale, Studiomold T / A Mineheart, Teasel England LTD, TOBYhouse, Tom Faulkner, Tom Kirk Lighting, Tooth & Claw, Turnstyle Designs, WALLPAPER by deborah bowness, Yorgos Studio LTD.
ICFF PRESS RELEASES Philippines CITEM Returns to the ICFF with a Contingent of 15 Companies WHITE PLAINS, NY, APRIL 15, 2014
The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) announces the return of the Philippines Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), after 13-years. The CITEM contingent, Design Philippines, numbers 15 companies deep, guaranteeing the Philippines a significant presence on the floor of New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center during this year’s global market, May 17-20. Designed with a system of hanging metal frames, the CITEM exhibit will show the impressive wealth of products available from its participants. Alexandra Cabat, ICFF’s sales director, says, “With its superb craftspeople and up-to-the-minute production facilities, the Philippines is among the world’s great design resources. We’re thrilled to welcome CITEM back to North America’s premier platform for global design after a hiatus. The presence and numbers of the Design Philippines contingent at the 26th annual ICFF signals that the international design world recognizes the ICFF as one of the world’s most powerful markets for international design.” The Design Philippines participants include Ann Pamintuan, atelier a, Catalina, Contemporaneo, Industria, ITO KISH, KENNETHCOBONPUE, Lightworks, MASAECO, Mayumi, Nature's Legacy, PRIZMIC & BRILL, SCHEMA, TADECO Home, Vito Selma.
ICFF Power Range: Harmonic Convergence WHITE PLAINS, NY, MARCH 6, 2014 The 26th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), North America’s platform for global design, running May 17-20 at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, is recognized for the power range of products – from accessible to luxury. This year, with the U.S. luxury design market on the upsurge, the ICFF promises to welcome a tidal wave of pent-up market activity to the tune of 200 million USD in new orders*. Yes, it’s economics 101. Think supply and demand, and the timely convergence of exhibitors and attendees. Recent studies by Bain & Company and Ledbury Research indicate the U.S. luxury market is expanding at three times the pace of a stagnant Europe; that it has exceeded the growth rate in China and the Pacific Rim; and that it is expected to be the most important market for luxury for the next five years. With Credit Suisse proclaiming the U.S. is minting millionaires at practically the speed of light – the spawning grounds of 1.7 of the world’s 1.8 new 7-figure incomes over the past 12 months – who’s to argue? As in recent years past, the ICFF has experienced a flood of growth as manufacturers from Europe and around the globe look to connect with the more than 29,500 interior designers, architects, retailers, representatives, distributors, facility managers, developers, manufacturers, store designers, and visual merchandisers. The exhibitor roster is already 30% bigger than 2013. Available space is a real issue, and the ICFF is now on the verge of wait listing companies. Attendance is also trending upwards – significantly. In 2013, the ICFF turnout grew by 12%. Early forecasts suggest the same double-digit uptick for 2014. And why not? In addition to the sheer quality and quantity of design, the ICFF presents a remarkable program of special features. The annual special features are always educational, insightful, and fun: ICFF Talks, ICFF Studio, Schools, designboom mart, ICFF Editors Awards, ICFF Opening Night Party at The Museum of Modern Art, and ICFF Public Day. Additional highlights will include: Textiles, Jasper Morrison: The Good Life, and ASID at the ICFF. * Based on Convention Data Services ICFF 2013 Exhibitor Traffic Report
MEATPACKING/ WEST VILLAGE ALEXANDER GIRARD: AN UNCOMMON VISION
ANTHROPOLOGIE PRESENTS TAPED
Domesticated street art by the makers of MT
Meatpacking, 446 W 14th St
Meatpacking, 75 9th Avenue
May 17 – 28 , 10am -6pm
May, 17 -20. 10am – 5pm
HERMAN MILLER: COLLECTION POP UP SHOP
The Standard - Highline, 848 Washington Street
345 West 14th Street
May 18, 10am
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
The Conversation series at WantedDesign is a three-day platform and dialogue, supported this year by Ligne Roset and Axor, co-presented by Metropolis Magazine and hosted in the Conversation Room at Grimshaw.
“Smart and talented people talking about what they do, what keeps them up at night, and the role designers can play in changing our world for the better—what could be more interesting than that?” Susan Szenazy, Editor in Chief/Publisher Metropolis Magazine. WHAT’S HAPPENING ABROAD? When: Saturday May 17 at noon Where: In the Conversation Room Moderated by Avinash Rajagopal, Associate Editor of Metropolis Magazine, with Emilio Cabrero, Design Week Mexico director, Tomek Rygalik of Studio Rygalik, designer Philippe Nigro and Christian Rasmussen, Head of Design at Fritz Hansen.
DESIGNING, MAKING, TRANSFORMING When: Sunday May 18 at noon In the Conversation Room Moderated by Susan Szenasy, Editor-in-Chief of Metropolis Magazine, Sarah Krasley, Sustainable Manufacturing Lead for Autodesk, Bruno Dussert-Vidalet of Blackbody, and Axor Product Manager, Manuel Züfle.
US DESIGN: WHAT’S NEXT? When: Monday May 19 at noon In the Conversation Room Moderated by Paul Makovsky, Editorial Director of Metropolis Magazine, with Byron Trotter, Global Design Manager for Architectural Markets at 3M, Ben Stagl of Chadlab, and Shant Madjarian of Juniper Design. More to be announced.
Alessi Research Lab
Alessi, founded in 1921 by Giovanni Alessi, has been able to develop a policy of design excellence which has made it one of the leading internationally renowned Italian Design Factories. It has reconciled its typically industrial needs with its tendency to consider itself as a ‘research laboratory in the field of the applied arts’. More The ‘ALESSI RESEARCH LAB – A selection of recent projects from young designers’ exhibition at WantedDesign 2014 will highlight some of the research and workshops that the company has conducted and developed in collaboration with several designers on an international basis. Each project on display will present a specific topic and the related research developed around it: from the innovation brought into the bar & wine typology by Giulio Iacchetti to the research in the working of metal wire by Pauline Deltour; from the digital design works of Tom Kovac, to the manufacturing of the stainless steel sheet through laser cut and folding shown through the designs by Abi Alice, to nature observation based design by Adam Cornish. Other topics are: a research on LED lighting by Giovanni Alessi Anghini, Gabriele Chiave and Frédéric Gooris; geometry and color explored by matali crasset; the re-interpretation of the historical typology of the wire basket by Pierre Charpin; irony and methaphor shown through a series of small functional objects, the Objets-Bijoux. On display also some of the most recent workshops: the Alessi Metal workshop with the Cranbrook Academy of Art, a workshop with the Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne (ECAL) and #Concrete In Design, a collaboration with the Italian company Italcementi which shows the continuous interest of Alessi in experimenting also with new material like, in this case, concrete. All projects are presented through a series of selected materials (prototypes, sketches, molds, videos and other) in order to give the public a behind the scenes look of Alessi and their research.
43 Greene St.
39 Greene St.
MOMA DESIGN STORE 81 Spring St
ARTEMIDE 46 Greene St.
FLOS 152 Greene St.
SIGHT UNSEEN OFFSITE 200 Lafayette Street Corner of Lafayette and Broome (entrance on Lafayette), Soho
Openhouse Mulberry, 201 Mulberry Street, NY 10012
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INTRO NY This May, for the second year running, INTRO/NY returns to New York Design Week to showcase an exciting line up of international brands. Hosted by design agency and resource smallpond and supported by the critically acclaimed designjunction, the capsule event will transform OpenHouse Mulberry into a cutting-edge design space, in the heart of Nolita. INTRO/NY will present a carefully curated selection of 12 leading design brands, alongside a dedicated retail zone for visitors to shop on-site. Exhibitors launching new lighting and furniture include Castor, Decode, Massproductions, Modus, Muuto, Resident and Very Good & Proper. The pop-up retail zone will allow visitors to shop the latest design accessories from byAMT, All of a Piece, Leibal, neo-utilty and tokyobike. INTRO/NY will be a vibrant place to do business, discover new brands and socialise within the surrounds of a contemporary gallery space and is set to be a must-visit destination at this yearâ€™s New York Design Week.
Castor Castor is a Canadian lighting and furniture brand with a sense of irreverence that defines an interior space. New products include Conic Section pendant light, Black Mirrors and Induction Tube light (pictured).
decode is a London-based design and manufacturing company that creates progressive and contemporary furniture and lighting. New products include Vessel S, Dipper and Heavy Tall (pictured).
MASSPRODUCTIONS is a Stockholm based furniture company, run by experienced designers Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck. Latest product The Anyway Sofa (pictured) will make it's US debut at INTRO/ NY.
Muuto strives to expand the Scandinavian design tradition with new and original perspectives. 70/70 table (pictured) by TAF Architects and Cover chair by Thomas Bentzen will be shown at INTRO/NY.
Resident is a contemporary design and manufacturing company from New Zealand. New product launches include Pick Up Sticks Chair, Fibre Light (both pictured), Hex Light and Parison Light.
Leibal Store was created as a source for curated items focused on quality, minimalism, and functionality.
neo-utility represents both established and emerging design brands from around the world, focusing on products that are inherently useful and innovative.
Modus is an award-winning British brand who design and produce intelligent, functional and inspiring contemporary furniture. Latest products April (pictured) Sofa by Kenneth Grange and Jack Smith and Lily Chair by Michael Sodeau will be shown at INTRO/NY.
New York-based design studio byAMT creates jewelry, home goods, and furniture that tweak expectations and invite delight. Strap Collection (pictured) is a collaboration with Mimot Studio from Los Angeles.
Tokyobike is an independent bicycle/lifestyle brand built on the concept of Tokyo Slow - a brand designed to be light to ride with an emphasis on comfort over speed.
SOHO – DESIGN SHOWROOMS AND EVENTS ALESSI SOHO Celebrate NYCXDesign with Alessi & award-winning designer Giulio Iacchetti, author of the new Noè wine accessories. In addition, a special window display highlighting the ALESSI RESEARCH LAB exhibition at WantedDesign, will welcome you. Party: May 19. 6 – 8pm Location: 130 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
ARTEMIDE Artemide celebrates 10 years with international designer Karim Rashid. Come and view Rashid’s designs through the years and preview the newest introductions, Halo and Empirico. Party: May 19, 6-9pm Location: Artemide NY Flagship, 46 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013. Contact: email@example.com
B&B ITALIA In a special evening event B&B Italia will be unveiling the latest 2014 designs by Barber & Osgerby and Antonio Citterio. Party: May 17, 6 – 8pm Location: B&B Italia Store at 138 Green Street
BISAZZA NEW YORK FLAGSHIP STORE Bisazza is pleased to present the 2014 Mosaico collections, including new collections by Italian architect and designer Paola Navone as well as the first Bisazza Ceramic collections , Frozen Garden, designed by Marcel Wanders, and Acromi designed by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel. Party: May 19, 6 – 9pm Location: 43 Greene St. New York, NY Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOHO – DESIGN SHOWROOMS AND EVENTS INTERNI 60th ANNIVERSARY Six of SoHo’s most iconic design showrooms have joined together this ICFF to celebrate 60 years of Interni Magazine and Italian Design. Alessi (5), Cappellini (1), Cassina (2), Flos (4), Kartell (6) and Poltrona Frau (3) will each present a special one-off edition, a single version of one of their most iconic products, made with a special finish and dedicated to the 60th anniversary of design. These special pieces will be displayed in the windows of the showrooms of the brands in SoHo from 16 to 20 May and will be later sold in an online charity auction charitystars.com Dates: May 19. Talks at the Cappellini store, 152 Wooster St. (btw. Prince & Houston Sts.) at 6.30pm Location: (see map)
KARTELL Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the iconic Bourgie lamp by Ferruccio Laviani, Kartell will exhibit interpretations of the lamp by creatives assume vivid astro focus, Rafael de Cardenas, Pharrell, Snarkitecture, and Kelly Wearstler, and established Kartell designers Front, Tokujin Yoshioka, Patricia Urquiola, Piero Lissoni, Starck and more. Location: 39 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013. Reception: May 19, 6- 9pm. Dates: Mon – Fri 10am – 6pm, Sat – Sun, 11am – 6pm Contact: email@example.com
MoMA DESIGN STORE The MoMA Design Store will launch a suite of products brought to life by Kickstarter, marking the first time the crowd-funding website has partnered with a retailer. Just like all other products in the store’s collection, Kickstarter@MoMAStore is curatorapproved. The new line will be available at the MoMA Design Store in soho and online. Location: MoMA Design Store, 81 Spring Street, New York, NY 1 0 0 1 2 . O p e n i n g R e c e p t i o n : 1 9 M a y, 6 – 9 p m . @MuseumModernArt Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
BROOKLYN INDUSTRY CITY 220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY
The international design world will descend on Sunset Park, Brooklyn, this May as Industry City and WantedDesign team up for 11 days of design-centric events and workshops in conjunction with NYCxDESIGN. “As Brooklyn emerges as a new hub for the design world, we’ve seen Industry City grow into a dynamic community of 21st century makers across a wide variety of disciplines,” says Andrew Kimball, CEO of Industry City. “Both the creative and the production components of the design industry are key to growing the innovation economy at Industry City and in the borough. Our partnership with WantedDesign seeks to open up the design world to the public and expand opportunities for the design world in Brooklyn.” “The site of Industry City is quite unique and very inspiring and has everything needed to become a real destination and home to a multidisciplinary design community for years to come. It is a great opportunity for WantedDesign to extend its vision to Brooklyn by bringing a lively program with city organizations, design collectives, and makers to create a Brooklyn design hub for the entire NYCxDESIGN celebration.” INDUSTRY CITY / DESIGN, CURATED BY WANTEDDESIGN – MAY 10-20 12-6pm Open daily (closed Mondays & Wednesday) 2nd Avenue between 36th and 37th Street Brooklyn (map) Easy acces by subway: D, N, R (36th St.station) Shuttles: from WantedDesign (269 11th Avenue, West Chelsea) to Industry City (Sunset Park, Brooklyn) available May 17-18, 12pm-6pm More information and full list of participants and program: industrycity.com/design/ DOWNLOAD Industry City day by day program here
INDUSTRY CITY, BROOKLYN PARTICIPANTS AT INDUSTRY CITY / DESIGN Sebastian Errazuriz presents The Giant Golden Piñata WantedDesign and Industry City invited Sebastian to create an installation piece that could be inaugurated for the opening of NYCxDesign. “I had just reached my first year of working at the new studio in Sunset Park and I wanted to create a piece that could be festive and be part of a celebration. Coming from South America I immediately remembered the classic birthday Piñatas filled with candy that the kids would hit blindfolded. It occurred to me that it would be amazing to build a giant piñata that could be hung between buildings and invite my colleagues and all the young designers to grab some sticks and have a go at it during the party*.” (*May 20th, starting 5pm) Chilean born, New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz at only 28 years of age became the second living South American artist to have work auctioned at Sotheby’s Important Twentieth Century Design. He was selected one of the top emerging international designers by I.D magazine in 2007. He received the title of Chilean Designer of the Year in 2009. In 2011 he was selected for the Compasso d’ Oro.
François Chambard is the owner of UM Project, a Brooklyn-based furniture design company. UM stands for Users and Makers. Borrowing cues from industry and craft, UM Project’s work transcends the qualities of both the handmade and the mass-produced. Traditional techniques and archetypes are transformed for the modern eye and mind, with a special interest in material combination and connections. The Odd Harmonics collection combines different influences that yield a rich and colorful language: mid-century design, Bauhaus-Pop, Memphis, Steampunk. Like other creations by François Chambard, the success of the pieces relies on original design, impeccable execution, the use of rich and honest materials, as well as the emphasis on connections and details.
INDUSTRY CITY, BROOKLYN Wearing Cities by Simo Neri in collaboration with Jun Mizumachi (sound design), Eunhwa Kim (fashion design), Gabrielle Lubtchansky (video) Wearing Cities is a meditation on urban rhythms. Every city has a particular color palette, a unique, recognizable presence. Ordinary urban details that we take for granted enter our consciousness subliminally, and we try to make sense out of this chaos. Focusing on the cities I know best, I have selected features that evoke a sensory geography of place. By deconstructing these visual perceptions and recomposing them in sequential grids, I am declaring a personal “ownership” of these cities. I invited fellow artists ‒ a sound designer, a fashion designer, a videographer ‒ to join me in this project. Jun Mizumachi captures sounds from his environment, and then breaks them down digitally, creating original compositions that express the abstract moods of city life. Eunhwa Kim translates two-dimensional art into a living, three-dimensional, moving form that can be worn as a symbol of belonging. A special wearable theme, “Inside/Outside”, is worn by a random selection of city dwellers and presented in an original video by Gabrielle Lubtchansky.
The American Design Club is pleased to present Field Day—a communal and retail space inside Industry City, developed in collaboration with WantedDesign and launching during NYCxDESIGN, May 10th-20th. Part pop-up, part town hall Field Day aims to support New York’s design community by providing a space in Industry City to relax and learn as well as purchase items designed by America’s best and brightest. In addition to functioning as a retail store, Field Day will also be the sight of several events designed to bring like-minded individuals together, including presentations, parties, and even a little competition. Bhold “Founded in Soho, New York, bhold designs smart, functional accessories that make your life easier – we use 3D printing to design better and faster. See our audience-responsive, iterative designs which are thoughtfully developed around the feedback of consumers and a team of labs testers.”
INDUSTRY CITY, BROOKLYN Eyebeam
WORKSHOPS During 10 days, Industry City is hosting series of workshops and demonstrations presented by Bhold (3Dprinting), TobeUs (kids workshop), Wright Collective (website design, digital media), Alpi wood (wood and design), Tools for working wood (mastering tools), Grand Illusion (decorative painting), Urban Glass (beads making), American Design Club Cornhole game and piñata, and more… Alpi wood
Tools for working wood
CAMRON CLIENTS IN NEW YORK
Barber & Osgerby
Artemide celebrates 10 years with international designer Karim Rashid. Come and view Rashid’s designs through the years and preview the newest introductions, Halo and Empirico.
Design studio Barber & Osgerby will launch a collection for Mutina during ICFF - Mews tile collection. There will be a press event on Monday May 19th. For more information, please contact Camron PR.
Location: Artemide Soho, 46 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013. Cocktail Event: 19 May, 6PM – 9PM. Regular Store Hours: Mon – Fri, 10AM - 6PM. Sat, 11AM -6PM. Twitter: @artemide
Location: Mutina at Stone Source, 215 Park Avenue South, 7th Floor, NY 10003. Date: Launches 19th May. Twitter: @barberosgerby
Contact (US): Sarah.Natkins@camronpr.com Contact (UK): Hannah.Cox@camronpr.com (please note that Hannah is not in NY)
The Visionary Experience is a limited-time engagement that elevates commissioning a Bentley to a new level by tapping into your inspirations. Join Bentley for a cocktail, conversation and the chance to commission your Bentley Vision.
Bernhardt Textiles will showcase “Human Touch” at WantedDesign 2014. This exhibition offers a glimpse into the lives and craft of Brooklyn-based designers Dani Song and Makoto Kishino. Dani and Makoto’s organic designs and textiles show us the human touch is still irreplaceable in our digital world.
Location: The Bentley Studio, 427 W 14th Street, New York , NY 10014. Dates: 14 May. Hours: 6PM – 9PM. Twitter: @BentleyMotors. Instagram: @WOBENTLEY
Location: WantedDesign, 269 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10001. Dates: 16 May (By Invite Only). 17 – 19 May, 10AM – 7PM.
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Bernhardt Furniture Company is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2014. To mark this occasion, Bernhardt Design honors the company’s heritage of fine wood-working and upholstery craftsmanship at this year’s ICFF with a new collection of products that underscore this artistry.
Bisazza is pleased to present the 2014 Mosaico collections, including new collections by Italian architect and designer Paola Navone as well as the first Bisazza Ceramic collections , Frozen Garden, designed by Marcel Wanders, and Acromi designed by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
Location: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W 34th St , New York, NY 10001. Dates: 17 May, 10AM 5PM. 19 May, 10AM – 6PM. 20 May, 10AM – 4PM.
Location: 43 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013. Cocktail Reception: 19 May, 6PM – 9PM. Regular Opening Hours: 10AM -6PM. Twitter: @Bisazzaofficial Contact: email@example.com
ercol, the English maker of high quality furniture, will show a collection of new and classic designs in solid wood, displaying the same innovation and craftsmanship that won it the coveted Furniture Award in 2013. As well as furniture crafted in walnut for the first time, from its newest Svelto range, there will be updated pieces from the Originals collection.
Interior designer Fiona Barratt-Campbell has created the Gentleman’s Valet with Alexander McQueen for Wallpaper* Handmade. The valet is a truly exceptional piece: handmade in England from oak, bronze and brass; finished with Alexander McQueen’s Prince of Wales check on leather and alligator skin.
Location: Stand 1648, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001. Dates: 17-20 May. Hours: 10AM – 5PM. Twitter: @Ercol_Furniture
Location: 345 Meatpacking, West Retail Unit, 345 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014. Dates: 16 - 31 May. Hours: Daily, 10AM – 6PM Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAMRON CLIENTS IN NEW YORK
To mark the release of the first collection of archival furniture and fabric panels by Alexander Girard, Herman Miller will celebrate his life and work with a pop up installation in New York’s Meatpacking district. Alexander Girard: An Uncommon Vision.
The Herman Miller Collection will be on view in the High Line Room of the Standard Hotel. Encompassing both new additions to the Herman Miller collection including designs by Bassam Fellows and Studio 7.5 as well as exciting reissues from the Herman Miller Archive.
Location: 446 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014. Hours: 10AM - 6PM. Dates: 17 - 28 May. Twitter: @HermanMiller. Instagram: @hermanmiller
Location: The Highline Room, Standard Hotel, 848 Washington St, New York, NY 10014. Press Preview: May 17th, 4 - 6PM. Dates: 18 - 19 May. Twitter: @HermanMiller. Instagram: @hermanmiller
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the iconic Bourgie lamp by Ferruccio Laviani, Kartell will exhibit interpretations of the lamp by creatives: assume vivid astro focus, Rafael de Cardenas, Pharrell, Snarkitecture, and Kelly Wearstler, and established Kartell designers Front, Tokujin Yoshioka, Patricia Urquiola, Piero Lissoni, Starck and more.
In honor of NYCxDESIGN, the MoMA Design Store will launch a suite of products brought to life by Kickstarter, marking the first time the crowd-funding website has partnered with a retailer. Just like all other products in the store’s collection, Kickstarter@MoMAStore is curatorapproved. The new line will be available at the MoMA Design Store in soho and online. There will be an opening reception at the store on May 19.
Location: Kartell flagship store, 39 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013. Reception: 19 May, 6PM- 9PM. Regular Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 10AM – 6PM, Sat – Sun, 11AM – 6PM. Twitter: @kartellpeople. Instagram: @kartell_official Contact: email@example.com
Location: MoMA Design Store, 81 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012. Opening Reception: 19 May, 6PM – 9PM. Twitter: @MoMAstore. Instagram: @MoMAstore Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Neal Feay Studio David Weeks Studio and Neal Feay Studio have collaborated on a collection that includes six uniquely designed trays: three designed by David Weeks and three by Alex Rasmussen, each available in 2 colour finishes. The Salvers collection will be on view at David Weeks Studio and showroom in Tribeca.
Norwegian By Nature: New Designs From Norway The Royal Norwegian Consulate will present an exhibition of prototypes by Norway's leading and emerging designers in conjunction with InsideNorway. Norwegian by Nature explores the work of over 20 design studios, selected by design curator and writer Paul Makovsky.
Location: David Weeks Studio, 38 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013. Opening Reception: 19 May, 6.30PM – 9PM. Dates: 19 May – 20 June. Hours: 10AM – 6PM. Twitter: @NealFeay @davidweekstudio
Location: Booth 922, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 11th Avenue at 38th Street, New York, NY 10018. Dates: 17 - 18 May, 10AM – 5PM. 19 May, 10AM – 6PM. 20 May, 10AM – 4PM.
Sight Unseen: OFFSITE
Sabi, the company that brought high design to the pill organizer and walking cane, has announced the launch of its third revolutionary product line, Sabi SPACE, which brings high design to do-it-yourself home renovation. Sabi SPACE was created to bring wide-ranging flexibility to basic home renovation, putting the power of design, organization and mobility into customers’ hands and designed by London-based designers at Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby’s MAP studio.
Influential online design magazine, Sight Unseen, will launch its latest design exhibition – Sight Unseen OFFSITE – featuring works by emerging design talents, established cutting-edge design brands, a series of pop-up shops, and more, under one 17,000 sf roof.
Location: Booth 1034, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001 Dates: 17 - 18 May, 10AM – 5PM. 19 May, 10AM – 6PM. 20 May, 10AM – 4PM. Twitter: @Sabi_brand Contact: email@example.com
Location: 200 Lafayette at Broome, New York, NY 10013. Press Preview: 16 May, 10AM – 12PM. Dates: 16 May, 12PM – 7PM. 17 – 20 May, 11AM -7PM. #SUoffsite Twitter: @Sight_Unseen. Instagram: @_sightunseen_ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET AND EAT
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! Location: 113 Horatio street New York, NY 10014 Contact: 646.559.9871 BLUE HILL Using artisanal 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 tasting menu inspired by the week’s harvest. Location: 75 Washington Place New York, NY 10006 Contact: 212.539.1776
RED FARM Located in the West Village, Red Farm is an innovative Chinese eatery set in ambient and rustic surroundings of a 1828 townhouse. Serving classic dishes with a modern twist, it is a favourite among New Yorkers. Location: 529 Hudson Street, NY 10014 Contact: 212.792.9700 No Reservations.
MINETTA TAVERN First opening up in Greenwich Village back in 1937, Minetta Tavern comes steeped in history. With most of its old saloon-era interior still in tact, the moment you step through the door you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. The food is delicious too – headed up by former Balthazar chefs Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr. Location: 113 MacDougal St., New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212-475-3850
WEST VILLAGE THE UPHOLSTERY STORE
The Upholstery Store is an intimate wine bar serving a variety of wines by the glass and by the bottle and offers a selection of charcuterie including cheeses, cured meats and other gourmet snacks and edibles. Location: 713 Washington Street, New York, NY 10014 Contact: 212.352.2300 No Reservations
WALLSE The flagship restaurant of Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner gives traditional Austrian fare gets an elegant spin. Location: 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. Location: 469 6TH Avenue, New York, NY 10011 Contact: 212.675.4295
PERLA Gabriel Stulmanâ€™s most ambitious restaurant to date features a convivial bar and the best nose-to-tail Italian cooking in this carnivore-mad town Location: 24 Minetta Ln. New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212-933-1824 Book in advance!
WEST VILLAGE THE SPOTTED PIG
The Pig, despite an Italian-accented menu, belongs to that British subgenre called the "gastro-pub," a bar serving simple, straightforward food. Location: 314 W. 11th St., New York, NY 10014 Contact: 212.620.0393 No Reservations
COMMERCE Commerce comes courtesy of two Montrachet veterans who’ve meticulously restored the former Grange Hall with new murals, black walnut tables, chestnut booths, a 1941 Brunswick bar, and an upscale contemporary American menu with Asian, French, and Italian accents. Location: 50 Commerce St., New York, NY 10014 Contact: 212.524.2301
PIORA The chef is Italian-American and the owner KoreanAmerican, and although the cooking contains hints of both cuisines, neither is strong enough for the result to classify as Asian fusion. Location: 430 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014 Contact: 212.960.3801
CHEZ SARDINE Chez Sardine offers an entirely untraditional and unconventional take on a Japanese Izakaya. With its wacky interior design – pop art resting on the polished wooden walls - and hip hop on the stereo; eating there is quite a quirky yet fabulous experience. Location: : 183 West 10th St, New York, NY 10014 Contact: 646.360.3705
WEST VILLAGE ZZ’S CLAM BAR
This intimate reservation-only restaurant specializes in cocktails, raw fish and oysters. With only twelve seats, may sure you book ahead! Location: 169 Thompson St, New York. 10012 Contact: 212-254-3000 Reservation Only
ROUGE ET BLANC This sophisticated 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. Location: 48 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.260.5757
TRIBECA TELEPAN LOCAL The menu features shareable small plates that are a bit more playful than the dishes that he serves on the Upper West Side. Options include shrimp poppers, corned beef tongue, escargot with chickpeas, lamb tartare, and sourdough pizzas. Location: 329 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013 Contact: 212.966-9255 BLAUE GANS Blaue Gans meaning “blue goose” is Chef Gutenbrunner’s bistro located in Tribeca. Modeled after the casual eateries of Austria and Germany, Blaue Gans serves Bavarian beers and hearty food. Location: 139 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013 Contact: 212.571.8880
CASA MONO Chef Andy Nusser has crafted a menu of substantial tapas and medium-sized entrees, done mostly “a la plancha” with Catalan flavors. Location: 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. Location: 157 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10003 Contact: 212.539.1900 No Reservations
HEARTH Chef Marco Canora's classy East Village foodie heaven provides a warm setting in which to savor his elegant Tuscan-American cooking, paired with an appealing wine list; professional, non-intrusive service and a great show at the kitchen bar blunt hedge fund–hot spot pricing. Location: 403 E. 12th St., New York, NY 10009 Contact: 646.602.1300
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! Location: 84 East Fourth Street, NY 10013 Contact: 212.260.8484
EAST VILLAGE GEMMA
Primo “people-watching” abounds at this fun, all-day Bowery Hotel Italian that lures “scenesters” with a romantic, country-chic setting festooned with hundreds of candles; tasty vittles, attentive service and fair prices make the “no-rez” policy less of a drag. Location: 335 Bowery, New York, NY 1000 Contact: 212.505.9100 No reservations
KYO YA A Japanese hideaway in the middle of East Village, Kyo Ya is tucked away below street level . The restaurant is made almost entirely out of wood and is known for its kaiseki dining - a progression of courses featuring seasonal ingredients. Location: 94 East Seventh Street , New York, N.Y. 10009 Contact: 212 982-4140
NARCISSA Nestled away on the ground floor of The Standard, Narcissa is a haven for fresh and organic produce. The menu features an array of seasonal dishes with the ingredients sourced from owner André Balazs’ Hudson Valley farm. The restaurant even has a charming garden at the back making it the perfect spot for some alfresco dining. Location: 94 East Seventh Street , New York, N.Y. 10009 Contact: 212 982-4140
THE 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. Location: 518 W 27th St New York, 10001 Contact: 212.525.0000
BOTTINO Bottino is one of our favorite places, nice outdoor area as well. The place for all the Gallerist, art collectors in Chelsea’s gallery district. Location: 246 10th Ave New York, NY 10001 Contact: 212.206.6766
OVEST PIZZOTECA The more casual but great Italian restaurant. Sitting beneath the highline along re-emerging W 27th Street, the industrial brick walls and high ceilings house the after-work aperitivo (Italian “happy hour”) Location: 513 W 27th St #2, New York, NY 10001 Contact: 212.967.4392
MAYSVILLE The diverse whiskey collection is easily one of the best in the city (there are more than 150 American whiskeys and roughly 80 more from as far afield as India), and if you’re a fan of new-school southern cooking, several of the dishes on the modest, elegantly restrained menu are worth a special trip. Location: 17 W 26th St New York, NY 10010 Contact: 212.490.8240
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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 traditional Italian society, a circolo is a local spot to meet friends, play cards, discuss current affairs and enjoy an aperitivo. Location: 45 Bond St New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.375.0323
PEARL & ASH With pretty 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 inventive food menu should you want to eat. Location: 220 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.837.2370
WISE MEN A nostalgic ode to 1970s New York from photographer Danielle Levitt, hospitality vet Caroleyn Ng (Dream Hotel, Gansevoort) and S Magazine creative director Christina Chin. Cocktails and small plates. Location: 355 Bowery, New York, NY 10003 Contact: 646.590.4244 No Reservations
IL BUCO A joint venture of film-maker Donna Lennard and her Italian boyfriend Alberto Avalle, Il Buco is a Mediterranean restaurant with the rustic 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 authentic Italian inspiration and new flavours. Location: 47 Bond Street, New York, NY 10003 Contact: 212.533.1932
PUBLIC Sure to impress with its superb, library-like AvroKO interior, this cool NoLita Eclectic also stands up well with an Australian/New Zealand–inspired menu; the hospitality brings its energetic admirers back, especially for outstanding brunch. Location: 210 Elizabeth St., New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.343.7011
LAFAYETTE With the highly acclaimed chef Andrew Carmellini (The Dutch, Locanda Verde) behind Lafayette , the restaurant offers classic French cooking in the NoHo space that was formerly Chinatown Brasserie; all-day hours make access a bit easier, but brace yourself for crowds and waits at prime times Location: 380 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10003 Contact: 212.533.3000
THE MUSKET ROOM Nolita restaurant, The Musket Room, is serving up “modern New Zealand” cuisine from Saxon & Parole vet Matt Lambert. It’s got a beautiful, rustic ambiance and the food is beautifully plated. Location: 265 Elizabeth St., New York, NY 10003 Contact: 212.219.0764
ESTELA Founded by Thomas Carter, the former beverage director at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Estela is a beverage-driven restaurant and features a wine list of over 200 individually handpicked European wines. The food is fantastic too – specialising in sharable plates of European-inspired , American food. Location: 47 E. Houston St., New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.219.7693
DANJI Savvy small-plates menu that channels the strong, pungent flavors of Korean cuisine into forms recognizable and accessible enough not to alienate the mainstream, but compelling enough to stand out in a dining world pretty much up to its eyeballs in small plates. Location: 346 West 52nd St. New York, NY 10019 Contact: 212.586.2880 Reservations for parties of 6 or more 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. Located at The Ace Hotel. Location: 1196 Broadway , New York, NY 10001 Contact: 212.792.9000 Reservations for up to 8 guests
MIDDLE BRANCH Middle Branch, the spin-off of the excellent Little Branch serves classic cocktails that bring a subdued elegance to fratty Murray Hill. Location: 154 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016 Contact: 212.213.1350 No Reservations
HARLOW Notar recently partnered with Jim Pallotta, Jon Krasner and Michael Barrett to create Harlow, a full-service restaurant, parlor and café in midtown Manhattan. 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 installations. Location: 111 E 56th St New York, NY 10022 Contact: 212.935.6600
MIDTOWN THE MODERN
Located within 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 beautifully draped in artworks whilst the Dining Room overlooks The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. Location: 9 West 53rd Street, New York. NY 10019 Contact: 212.333.1220
TXIKITO This little restaurant serves up fabulous authentic Basque cuisine inspired by humble ingredients and the head chefs Grandmothers’ traditional recipes. The wine list is spot on too! Location: 240 Ninth Ave. New York, NY 10019 Contact: 212.242.4730
FLATIRON/ UNION SQUARE ABC COCINA ABC Cocina & Michelin Star chef Jan-Georges Vongerichten welcome you to our modern global exchange celebrating local craft and international culture. The décor is gorgeous and this is a perfect place for a drink, lunch or an informal dinner. Location: 38 East 19th Street New York, NY 10003 Contact: 212.677.2233
MAISON KAYSER In addition to racks of those stellar baguettes, the 64-seat café boasts more prepared food options, a juice bar, and a full-fledged coffee bar. Customers also get a full view of bakers in the production kitchen, which is where the bread served at Le Bernardin is made. Location: 921 Broadway New York, NY 10010 Contact: 212.744.3100 No Reservations
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, exceptionally well-prepared food was served in settings that were simultaneously elegant, comfortable and unpretentious. The décor is stylish and the food is delicious! Location: 181 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.933.0707
BALTAZHAR Keith McNally's always entertaining SoHo brasserie, where cut-above French cooking, Parisian-café decor and a NY hip vibe draw a great mix of humanity; feverpitch noise levels and polite if harried service show it hasn't lost its bounce, and insiders tout its soulful breakfasts and manna-from-heaven bread basket. Location: 80 Spring St., New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.965.1414
SANT AMBROEUS The original Sant Ambroeus opened in Milan in 1936, followed nearly five decades later by a New York City branch in the Upper East Side. West Village and Southampton, N.Y. It is fabulous for breakfast. Location: 265 Lafayette St 10012 Contact: 212.966.2770
OMEN A ZEN Outstanding Kyoto-style fare is the hallmark of this classic Soho Japanese veteran offering excellent cooked dishes plus sashimi (but no sushi); efficient staffers oversee the serene setting where celeb sightings are a good omen. Location: 113 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.925.8923
The latest from the team behind TriBeCa's Smith & Mills, the maritime-themed seafood restaurant has quickly become the place of the moment. There's something cool in every nook and cranny in Navy — flags from U.S. Navy warships, French linen fabric on the walls, khaki tents from World War II, and leather straps wrapped around wine bottles. Location: 137 Sullivan Street, NY 10012 Contact: 212.533.1137
UPTOWN CAFE SABARSKY Viennese café at the Neue Galerie, with marble tabletops, chairs designed by Adolf Loos and an authentic menu of Austro-Hungarian staples. The coffee at Cafe Sabarsky comes from Meinl's in Vienna. Location: 1048 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028 Contact: 212.288.0665
AMALI This upscale Bloomie’s-area newcomer from the Periyali team gives Mediterranean cooking a locavore-friendly, farm-fresh gloss; early adapters like the sophisticated mood and sleek furnishings, the noise level and pricey tariffs not so much. Location: 115 E. 60th St., New York, NY 10065 Contact: 212.339.8363
THE TEN BELLS Ten Bells boasts an exquisite and extensive wine list and serves great food too. Selecting 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 7pm at $1.25 each! It’s also worth noting that the place only accepts cash so don’t come empty handed! Location: 247 Broome Street, NY 10002 Contact: 212.725.3860 No Reservations
CHARLIE BIRD The nouveau rustico Italian menu at Charlie Bird— constructed by a lapsed haute cuisine chef named Ryan Hardy—has a jaunty tone to it, too. It’s brightly colored, like a concert flyer, and divided into bold-lettered sections (RAW, SMALL PLATES, LARGE PLATES), which will be familiar to anyone who’s lifted a restaurant fork around town in the past decade or so. Location: 5 King St New York, NY 10012 Contact: 212.235.7133
MISSION CANTINA At his Mexican restaurant, Danny Bowien is nixtamalizing Anson Mills corn for the tortillas, making Oaxacan cheese in house, and cooking chicken and pork on a big rotisserie. There are plenty of tacos on the menu, of course. Location: 172 Orchard St., New York, NY 10003 Contact:212.254.2233
RUSS & DAUGHTERS CAFÉ
The long-awaited café just opened in May and is the counterpart to the iconic 100-year-old institution that is Russ & Daughters. Then menu includes all of the classic smoked fish, pickled herring, latkes, and caviar, but now in the form of platters, small plates, and more. There are egg dishes that range from eggs with lox and onions to soft scrambled eggs with caviar, plus open-faced sandwiches, soups, salads, and caviar with all the accoutrements. Location: 127 Orchard Street, NY 10002
VINEGAR HILL HOUSE 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. Location: 72 Hudson Av. Brooklyn, NY 11201 Contact: 718.522.1018
ROBERTA’S PIZZA Artisanal wood-oven pizza with a creative twist brightens a desolate backstreet in Bushwick. Hyped as one on of the most extraordinary restaurants in NYC. Reservations only made for 10-16ppl and must be booked a week in advance. Location: 261 Moore St. Brooklyn, NY 11206 Contact: 718.417.1118 Reservations for groups of 10 -16 people
NIGHTINGALE 9 Vietnamese street food and classic dishes from the team behind Seersucker and Smith Canteen. Location: 345 Smith Street Brooklyn, NY 11231 Contact: 347.689.4699
ZIZI LIMONA Sourcing fresh seasonal and local ingredients, Zizi offers updated versions of Mediterranean home cooked classics. Location: 129 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Contact: 347.763.1463
BROOKLYN THE PINES
Chef Angelo Romano's new restaurant in Gowanus offers molecular gastronomy in a familiar setting. Location: 284 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215 Contact: 718.596.6560
PORK SLOPE Serving great burgers until 2am and a plentiful array of American Whiskeys, bourbon and rye until 4am this bustling bar will take care of any late night hunger and offers a vibrant, authentic American experience. Location:275 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11231 Contact: 718.768.7675
POK POK NY Andy Ricker's first proper restaurant in New York. His goal is to bring what he calls "specific regional Thai cooking" to New York. He offers renditions of dishes you can't find on most cookie-cutter Thai menus in the States. He wants to be didactic through deliciousness, opening diners up to the esoteric without them even catching on. Location: 127 Columbia St., Brooklyn, NY 11231 Contact: 718.923.9322 No Reservations
THE WHISKEY SODA LOUNGE Just up the street from Pok Pok Ny in Brooklyn, chef Andy Ricker has said that he intends Whiskey Soda to be a place to cool your heels while you wait for a table at Pok Pok Ny, but the spot's full menu has more than enough food to make Whiskey Soda a viable main-event-for-the-night option. Location: 115 Columbia Street 11201 Contact: 718.797.4120 No Reservations
BROOKLYN REYNARD AT THE WYTHE
With its tall ceilings and exposed brickwork and serving some of most beautifully presented food in Williamsburg, Reynard at the Wythe hotel is the perfect place to stopoff for some afternoon lunch. Location: 412 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231 Contact: 347 - 987 - 3545
LUKSUS There are only five courses on the $75 tasting menu at Luksus, but almost all of them carry a subtle, sophisticated punch. There are no cocktails or wine, but an excellent craft-beer tasting is available for $45. Location: 615 Manhattan Avenue 11222 Contact: 718.389.6034
ISA Quirky is the mindset at this instant hit Williamsburg yearling where the industrial log cabin decor and psychedelic menu art seem inspired by Jerry Garcia; following a chef change, it now features a ‘born again’ Mediterranean menu that’s less of a head-scratcher than before. Location: 348 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn , NY 11211 Contact: 347.689.3594
BLANCA Since its opening a few years ago, Blanca has become famed as being one of the hardest places to reserve a table in New York. But don’t let that put you off. The tasting-menu restaurant is exceptional serving up a $180-a-head, 31 course menu four nights a week to just 12 sitting sat around a counter. Reservation only Location: 261 Moore St, Brooklyn, NY 11206 Contact: 347-799-2807
BROOKLYN FIVE LEAVES
Before his death in 2008, Heath Ledger had planned to open Five Leaves along with his two friends. Following his tragic death, the two friends decided to go ahead with the restaurant in his memory. The laid back atmosphere, makes it the perfect spot for some informal lunch. Location: 18 Bedford Ave, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222 Contact: 718-383-5345
DOVER Intricate, seasonal New American dishes designed for multicourse tastings in contemporary surrounding Location: 412 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231 Contact: 347 - 987 - 3545
MARLOW AND SONS Run by the people behind Diner, Marlow and Sons provides the perfect mix of inventive cocktails, fresh oysters and dimly lit wooden interior. Their sister store Marlow and Daughters is just down the road selling all the organic ingredients you’ll find in Marlow and Sons’ dishes. Location: 81 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 1121 Contact: 718-384-144
PRESS RELEASES & INVITATIONS: SHOWROOMS & INSTALLATIONS
GIZMODO HOME OF THE FUTURE
May 17 - 21, 2014 Location: 268 Mulberry Street - New York From May 17 to May 21, Gawker Media’s flagship technology and design blog Gizmodo will host the Home of the Future, an immersive, real-life vision of the urban home of tomorrow. In collaboration with Brooklyn-based firm Bernheimer Architecture, Gizmodo will be custom-building an apartment in a converted gymnasium in Soho, and filling it with a range of life-simplifying and energy-saving innovations, from cutting edge kitchenware to virtual entertainment and everything in between. In the Gizmodo Home of the Future, realized with the help of Verizon Wireless, visitors will find both the most accessible and most aspirational technologies for enhancing our homes, now and in the future. And the Home of the Future is more than just a physical space: it’s a cavalry of ideas meant to change the way we live. As such, we’re also inviting all of the region’s design buffs, architecture enthusiasts, and tech innovators to visit the Home of the Future, where we’ll be running a series of live public events, including workshops, demos, meet-ups, film screenings, and more. The space, open to the public and offering free WiFi throughout the day, will also be soundtracked with a handpicked playlist of futuristic ambience from our friends at Other Music, and we’ll even be premiering an exclusive new beer of the future, using experimental hops, brewed for us by the mad scientists at Sixpoint. Check our website for more details as our calendar of events and workshops takes shape.
David Weeks Studio 30 Walker Street, New York, NY Dates May 19 Hours 6:30 – 9:30 PM 87
Seed by Bec Bri+ain
Major by Paul Loebach
FACT SHEET FOR NYCxDESIGN 2014 ICFF
Trade: Saturday, May 17 – Sunday, May 18 General Opening Hours: Monday, May 19, 10am – 6pm. Tuesday, May 20, 10am – 4pm. Location: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (11th Avenue at 38th Street)
Friday, May 10 – Tuesday, May 20 Location: Waterfront in Sunset Park, Brooklyn
WANTED DESIGN Saturday, May 18 – Monday, May 20 Press Preview: Friday, May 16, 2pm (bloggers 12pm) Location: Terminal Stores, The Tunnel, 269 11th Avenue, Between 27th and 28th Street
CORE 77 NYxDESIGN Guide The C77 Design Daily marks the very first time that Core77 is going into print for coverage of design events and exhibitions during NYCxDesign (May 16-19). They will be reporting, producing and printing a daily newspaper which will be delivered to venues throughout the city every morning.
UBER PRIVATE CAR
SIGHT UNSEEN OFFSITE
www.uber.com Friday, May 16 – Tuesday, May 20 Press Preview: Friday, May 16, 10am – 12pm Location: 200 Lafayette Street Corner of Lafayette and Broome (entrance on Lafayette), Soho
CAMRON NEW YORK OFFICE Ali.Moran@camronpr.com +646.213.7483 Celine.Vaaler@camronpr.com +646.568.3186
SOHO EVENING EVENTS
154 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013
Monday, May 19, 6-9pm Artemide: 46 Greene St. Bisazza: 43 Greene St. Kartell: 39 Greene St. MoMA Design Store: 81 Spring St.
CAMRON TEAM FROM LONDON IN NEW YORK OFFICE Judy.Dobias@camronpr.com Adnan.Abbasi@camronpr.com Amy.Silver@camronpr.com
INTRO NY Thursday, May 15 – Monday, May 19 Press Preview: Thursday, May 15, 9am - 11am Opening hours: Thursday-Sunday; 11am-7pm, Monday; 11am-3pm Location: Openhouse Mulberry, 201 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10012
CAMRON TEAM FROM SAN FRANCISCO IN NEW YORK OFFICE Amanda.Kasper@camronpr.com Lauren.Busto@camronpr.com
WEATHER FORECAST FOR NYCxDESIGN (May 16-21) Friday
Heavy Rain 57-‐66°F
Light Rain 59-‐77°F
Sunny Intervals 59-‐79°F
Sunny Intervals 59-‐77°F
Sunny Intervals 59-‐79°F
Light Rain 59-‐84°F