The city’s design showrooms and businesses are always popping up. Discover these four you cannot miss.
Paradiso collection from iSiMAR
Pamplona-based furniture brand iSiMAR has opened a new showroom on Madison Avenue, displaying its furniture selections. A perfect conglomeration of contemporary and retro styles, iSiMAR’s ARENA collection pays homage to environmental consciousness and sustainability as every piece is 100% recycled and recyclable, and, therefore, environmentally responsible. Inspired by the Mediterranean landscape, the collection’s materials are galvanized steel and aluminium, which are durable and weather-resistant, rendering the pieces suitable for outdoor use. The Spanish company, which began its worldwide expansion in 2012, is dedicated to selling the best option for the planet, while maintaining a firm commitment to sustainability issues. 183 Madison Ave.
The vibe inside the space is chic and elegant.
Conceptualized by Asthetíque, Juniper’s Soho showroom was conceived as a full hospitality experience to exhibit the company’s portfolio of stunning products. Clients can view various finishes and configurations of all of Juniper’s product lines in a space that is inviting and thoughtfully designed. The welcoming showroom is infused with organic elements and light, reflecting Juniper’s signature use of natural materials and finishes in each beautifully crafted fixture. 1 Crosby St.
A trip to The Citizenry’s first New York City flagship store is one to remember.
With an open layout, floor-to-ceiling windows and brass fixtures, The Citizenry flagship’s look and aesthetic draw inspiration from New York studio living. From alpaca throws woven in Peru to exquisite rugs so beautiful that they can also serve as wall art, the online retailer’s first flagship store showcases its ethically crafted collection that boasts The Citizenry’s commitment to global artistry. When shopping at The Citizenry, customers redefine how they shop for home decor and imported goods. 22 Crosby St.
Check out Marc Phillips’ iconic rug designs in the newly renovated and redesigned location.
Marc Phillips’ extensive handmade rug collections are now more conveniently observable thanks to the retailer’s renovated showroom. The decorative rug company enlisted esteemed architect Uli Wagner to redesign the store, which is located at the D&D building. Low lighting and dark, earthy hues lend an artisanal ambiance, while interesting architectural features, such as a large, rounded window and a row of columns in the center of the showroom add a sense of uniqueness to the space. The showroom is now open, and with safety restrictions in place, the team hopes to increase foot traffic this spring. In the meantime, shoppers can view antique carpets, pieces from the new Sierra collection and more on the brand’s new website. 979 Third Ave.