Explore what NYC’s design scene has to offer this season.
CO Adaptive, “Timber Adaptive Reuse Theatre” (2017- 21), view of the double-height assembly space at The Mercury Store
A CITY FOR THE FUTURE
Through MoMA’s forthcoming exhibit Architecture Now: New York, New Publics, viewers can explore some of NYC’s most cutting-edge architecture and design that are shaping the community. The exhibit will showcase 12 groundbreaking projects that inventively reimagine the uses of civic infrastructure, the sharing of private resources and the potential of new technologies to create new spaces for political engagement.
SO – IL, “Amant’ (2021)
Each project will be given an area in the exhibition, which will include a variety of materials ranging from 3D models to renderings, photography, drawings, videos and more. Through July 29, 11 W. 53th St.
Crystals arranged in staggering heights create a vision of the New York City skyline.
Award-winning interior designer Vanessa DeLeon pays homage to the city with the dazzling Orizzonte (meaning “skyline” in Italian) light fixture, an elegant tribute to New York’s iconic skyline. Composed of layered Firenze crystals and illuminated by LED downlights, the piece, designed for Allegri Crystal by Kalco Lighting as part of her Illumine collection, captures the city’s essence that has long influenced her work. “New York inspires me every day, so when creating my collection, I thought, ‘What better way to honor it than by giving its skyline a crystal illumination?’” 601 W. 26th St.
Inside Hill House Home’s dreamy new boutique
Cult-favorite brand Hill House Home is settling into its new digs at its recently opened boutique at Rockefeller Center. “Rockefeller is such an iconic space and the heart of New York City,” says founder and CEO Nell Diamond. “The foot traffic in the area provides such an exciting opportunity.” This is only the beginning for the brand, which is set to expand to Nantucket, Palm Beach and London next. Shoppers can explore the brand’s beloved offerings from apparel to chic selects for the home, and, of course, the iconic Nap dress. 60 W. 50th St.
The highly individualized and exceptionally sophisticated interiors of NYC-based design firm Foley&Cox are brought to life in the forthcoming book Language of Home: The Interiors of Foley&Cox (Monacelli).
Highlighting some of the firm’s most stunning projects, Language of Home features spaces ranging from prewar apartments in Manhattan to expansive retreats in the Hamptons. As principal Michael Cox says, “We see the book as an acknowledgement of all the significant relationships (team members, clients, architects, contractors and vendors) we have been fortunate enough to nurture and cultivate over the last 20 years.” 231 W. 29th St.