Innovative designs, traditional artistry and everything in between are bountiful in these new spaces across the city.
DeMuro Das Hathi side chair
DeMuro Das Nami cabinet
The modernist aesthetic of international design firm DeMuro Das is taking over a new space on the top floor of the Goelet Building. Overlooking the Flatiron at 900 Broadway, the brand’s newly opened U.S. flagship is flooded with natural light and eclectic pieces from the brand’s portfolio such as the Astra sofa and newly released Ledge center table in Dalmatian jasper. DeMuro Das’ U.S. partner Amy Lee chose the space for its convenient proximity to designers and warm environment. Inside, some aspects of the previous showroom at Industry City were retained, like high ceilings and original floors, creating a similar lofty vibe in the new space. Goelet Building, 900 Broadway, 10th Floor
Rimadesio Velaria sliding doors
Luxury Italian furniture designer Rimadesio is opening the doors to its New York City flagship store on Madison Avenue in Nomad. Beyond presenting Rimadesio’s latest novelties, the two-level store will also offer consultancy services as well as event spaces. “The NYC opening represents another fundamental step in the consolidation strategy of our network,” CEO Davide Malberti says. With a display concept intended to highlight the brilliance and typological variety of the collection, the 6,204-square-foot showroom will feature contemporary pieces such as the Cover Open wardrobe and the Valeria sliding doors. Using materials like glass and aluminum, the essence of the showroom is characterized by neutral colors, linear designs and modern touches. 102 Madison Ave.
The Timothy Oulton Bay swivel chair and Shimmer bar cabinet
After opening one of its first galleries in New York in 2009 and closing it in 2018, British handcrafted furniture designer Timothy Oulton is opening a new East Coast flagship in the Flatiron District. Using materials such as leather, natural stone, industrial metal and ancient rock crystals, Timothy Oulton collections are known for their exceptional character, and the brand’s new showroom is no different. The space at 901 Broadway will star rare features such as a 3-ton fish tank and an Apollo module replica, which was built entirely in-house. The 7,170-square-foot showroom will also house a marble bar in the basement alongside an array of Timothy Oulton’s British-inspired offerings. 901 Broadway
The Lanserring floating wine cabinet and serving cube
Lanserring, owned by brothers and fourth-generation master craftsmen Bernd and Johann Radaschitz, has brought its artfully crafted bespoke kitchens from the foot of the Riegersburg Castle in Austria out West with the opening of its first U.S. gallery on Crosby Street in Soho. Located next to the BDDW Gallery, the 1,580-square-foot space features the brand’s custom kitchen concepts and dressing rooms among other products. The Soho showroom reflects Lanserring’s exceptional interpretations of the modern New York loft and the brand’s acute ability to create spaces tailored to the lifestyle and personality of its clients. 1-3 Crosby St., 3rd Floor
The new Stellar Works flagship will be home to the first physical outpost from Calico Wallpaper. Pictured: Noir.
A venture by founder Yuichiro Hori, Stellar Works takes a modern approach to traditional Asian craftsmanship. In its Tribeca showroom, the Shanghai-based brand exhibits its polished, delicately crafted furniture in collaboration with Brooklyn-based Calico Wallpaper. The 4,000-square-foot space will feature the brand’s new lighting collections, Haro, Mun and Yama, for the first time in the U.S. along with new and existing pieces made with a range of materials like solid wood, ceramic stones and minimalist metal frames. 304 Canal St.