It’s time to get out and explore the city’s bustling design scene this season.
Inside Carl Hansen & Søn’s new flagship
Danish design brand Carl Hansen & Søn recently opened the doors to its new flagship store in Soho. The brand prides itself on creating exceptional furniture, including its masterfully created tables and chairs. “Carl Hansen & Søn has been manufacturing furniture for over 110 years, and the craftsmanship behind our collection—the quality, sustainability and timeless design—should be experienced firsthand,” says Knud Erik Hansen, CEO and representative of the Hansen family’s third generation. Now, New Yorkers can do just that. 150 Wooster St.
Henri Matisse, “The Red Studio” (1911, oil on canvas)
The Museum of Modern Art is paying homage to the iconic French artist Henri Matisse in Matisse: The Red Studio. This interactive exhibit focuses on the origin and history of the artist’s painting “The Red Studio” (1911), which depicts his vibrant and inspiring Parisian work space, and showcases never-before-seen photographs and letters from Matisse, as well as a section devoted to conservation science and other recent findings related to the process of the painting’s making. Viewers are invited to take part in the experience by reflecting on, drawing or painting the spaces and colors that inspire them. Through Sept. 10, 11 W. 53rd St.
Take a Seat
Herman Miller’s Gansevoort Street store
As the workplace continues to evolve, there’s never been a better time for Herman Miller to expand its reach with the opening of two new showrooms in the Meatpacking District and Williamsburg. “With employees continuing to work through a hybrid model or independently at home, the need for a proper home workspace is more important now than ever before,” says Debbie Propst, president of global retail. Shoppers can now experience and compare the brand’s award-winning offerings before making a selection. 30 Gansevoort St.; 85 N. Third St., Unit E, Brooklyn
Soho House’s interiors brand Soho Home is leveling up alfresco soirees this summer with the launch of its debut outdoor collection. The new line comprises pieces from cozy day beds and glossy coffee tables to rattan-style seating, all heavily based on a neutral color palette. Inspired by the outdoor spaces of Soho Houses across the globe, this debut collection is undeniably luxe. 401 W. 14th St.