From European design houses to beloved American classics, four new showrooms make a splash in New York City this season.
Carl Hansen & Søn’s AH Outdoor Series features untreated-teak dining tables and chairs.
Carl Hansen & Søn
Third-generation, family-run Danish design house Carl Hansen & Søn recently debuted its new 7,650-square-foot flagship showroom in Midtown East. “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. Adds Inger M. Jensen Hansen, CCO, Retail & Accessories, “The U.S. audience continues to show great interest in our furniture alongside accessories, lamps and carpets, and now we have the opportunity to showcase our classic and contemporary pieces in vibrant Midtown East.” 145 E. 57th St.
Giorgetti’s dramatic new showroom
To celebrate 125 years, luxe Italian brand Giorgetti opens the doors to its stunning 14,000-square-foot Penthouse Atelier in NoMad. This two-floor flagship is the Giorgetti’s debut monobrand in New York, and features an expansive 4,300-squarefoot rooftop oasis by renowned landscape designer James Doyle. Says Gruppo Giorgetti CEO Giovanni del Vecchio, “Opening in one of the most important cities in the U.S., and the world, is not only a fundamental step on our path of international growth, but it is the natural answer to our desire to intercept and influence new trends and ideas.” 349 Fifth Ave.
The Holly Hunt showroom
On the occasion of the brand’s 40th anniversary and a chic collection to celebrate, Holly Hunt reveals a refreshed New York City showroom this season. The chic space showcases the HH40 anniversary collection, featuring furniture and lighting by the Holly Hunt Studio team, led by executive creative director Jo Annah Kornak and in collaboration with founder Holly Hunt, and offers plenty of elegant interior inspiration for a fall home refresh. 150 E. 58th St.
At Erik Lindstrom’s new space, rugs are placed alongside art and furniture to display how the brand’s selects can be worked into interior spaces.
New York’s 1970s glam is front and center at luxe rug brand Erik Lindstrom’s new NYC flagship in the Flatiron District. Designed in collaboration with New York-based interior designer Anna Beeber, the 4,000-square-foot space with soaring 17-foot-tall ceilings showcases the brand’s offerings in an opulent environment complemented by art, vintage furniture, lighting and other unique objects. The space not only serves as a gallery for the designer’s rugs—it will also be used to host intimate gatherings curated by Lindstrom. 9 E. 19th St., Second floor