Three new and reopened showrooms across the city offer the design inspiration needed to freshen up the home this season.
Cosentino’s reimagined Manhattan City Center showroom in the A&D Building.
Spanish producer and distributor of innovative and sustainable surfaces Cosentino recently reopened its 4,000-square-foot Manhattan City Center showroom in the A&D Building after a $1 million renovation. The reimagined, immersive showroom features an augmented reality digital experience where guests can create their dream kitchen or bath, as well as a to-scale, full-slab digital display that offers high-definiton views of veining, colors and details. “While this revamped space starts an even more exciting chapter, it reflects what will always be inherent to Cosentino’s DNA: our tireless commitment to evolve and innovate so that we may better serve our customers,” says Eduardo Cosentino, CEO of Cosentino NA and EVP of global sales. 150 E. 58th St., 3rd Floor
A sleek MandiCasa closet
Luxury Italian brand MandiCasa opened the doors to its stunning debut flagship showroom, located in the A&D Building, this season. Founder Dario Snaidero has introduced the curated, fine Italian designs for kitchens, baths, closets and more that the brand is known for to the discerning North American market for the past 45 years, and now New Yorkers can experience the brand’s impressive range in person. The sleek, modern showroom offers clients a space to bring their visions to life with products that balance elegance and functionality—and elevate an environment to new heights. CEO Alberto Snaidero says, “It’s a true representation of our family’s Italian roots with product selections born from a combination of detailed artistry and the newest technologies.” 150 E. 58th St., 8th Floor
A kitchen display in the MandiCasa showroom
Sister Parish Design
Sister Parish Design’s new showroom is equally joyful and inviting.
In Sister Parish Design’s new textile and wallcovering showroom and New York office, playful patterns are everywhere. Eliza Harris, chief creative officer and great-granddaughter of American interior decorator Sister Parish, flipped the space, which Harris once lived in, into a showroom in just six months. The brand’s signature Tell a Sister event series and cocktail parties will also be held here during the summer. “I wanted the space to feel cheerful, inviting and functional to take our creative team from day to play,” Harris says. “The new showroom will allow us to cater to interior designers and design enthusiasts in a more approachable and personable way.” 321 W. 19th St.