The New York Design Center welcomes a new class of luxe showrooms to its halls this season.
Delbert-Arthur’s NYDC showroom features designs by top French, American and Korean talents.
Delbert-Arthur’s newly unveiled NYDC space spotlights the best of the brand’s offerings. “Delbert-Arthur showrooms operate as a rotating gallery, so all pieces that are showcased on the floor may be available for purchase at times,” founder Delbert Arthur says. He highlights a small lineup of artists, including Garnier & Linker’s lighting pieces, which are made of alabaster and unique solid gold glass—something Arthur says deserves to be experienced in person. He adds, “Guests should expect to visit a calm and open space, showcasing impeccable design by a handful of top French, American and Korean talent of today.”200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 423 –CK
THE SILVER PEACOCK
Fine tabletop, linens and accessories deserve to be explored and selected in person, and New Yorkers can do just that at The Silver Peacock’s NYDC jewel box showroom. The space showcases handfinished sterling silver from France’s oldest continuously operating silversmith, handmade bath accessories offered in 20 finishes, and bed and table linens from an atelier just outside of Lake Como. “All of our products are made by hand by the finest European craftspeople and artisans from the most luxurious natural materials,” owner Charlie Akwa says. “This kind of craftsmanship requires sensory participation. It’s very difficult to appreciate the products without touching and seeing them.” 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 418 –CK
Crestron Electronics’ new space at the NYDC
Come September, Crestron, one of the leading names in the home tech industry, will off er an extensive peek into how a home decked out in its tech can make everyday tasks more efficient at the NYDC. “Pictures can only do so much to stir emotions,” says Bryan Celli, senior design showroom manager. “Interacting with our solutions in person helps connect the experience and make it more of a reality.” In the space, opening its doors this fall, expect to find lighting, electronic shades, audio and video systems, thermostats and more. 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 301 –CK
FENÊTRES MQ INC.
Fenêtres MQ’s custom-designed windows and doors are inspired by the brand’s Italian and French heritage.
For over 115 years, Fenêtres MQ Inc. has been crafting custom luxury windows and doors inspired by the brand’s Italian and French heritage. In the new showrooms, guests will find a wide selection, including eight types of windows and five door models. Th e brand also works directly with clients to create customized designs—all made with energy efficiency and sustainability in mind. 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 416 –OP
A trio of Konekt’s armor pendants and the Thing ottoman
Furniture and lighting design studio Konekt is a family-run business founded in 2015 by Eric and Helena Sultan and their daughter Natasha. In their NYDC showroom, mirrors, seating, storage, tables and lighting are all on off er, immersing visitors into the brand. “Our intent is really to engage the senses with our designs and materials,” Natasha says. “We work with tactile, natural materials that look beautiful in photographs, but it’s not the same as being able to see and touch them in person.” 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 413 –CK