NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s annual celebration of design, attracts hundreds of thousands of attendees and designers from across the globe. the event celebrates a world of design and showcases over a dozen design disciplines through events taking place across the city’s five boroughs.
Here is what we found interesting
1. The interesting obstacle you must visit THE BEGINNING OF THE END by Sebastian Ezzazuriz
Sebastian ErraZuriz uses rendered prints and 3D modeled sculptures that have been 3D printed to attempt to portray a new pantheon of today’s most important technological forces. The exhibition presents technology as an artistic medium to explore the future of automation and its inevitable implications on society during the upcoming decades. (link to site here)
2. The midtown eco-friendly hotel you must visit ONE HOTEL CENTRAL PARK
1 Vision. The future of the world and the future of hospitality are one in the same. 1 Hotels aspires to be a platform to spark conversations, between innovators and guests, that transform the industry and our lives. (link to the site here)
3. The exclusive store you must visit: DOVER STREET MARKET
Dover Street Market was created by Rei Kawakubo of Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons and her husband Adrian Joffe. Dover Street Market is a multi-brand retailer originally located on Dover Street, in Mayfair, London. It has stores in New York City, Tokyo, Singapore, Beijing, and Los Angeles. The store in New-York is ‘one of a kind master pieces’. every floor has its own unique design (link to the site here)
4. The luxury apartment you must know about The Getty by Peter Marino | Life in Luxury Market at west Chelsea NYC
Penthouse sale in Chelsea sets Downtown record, A penthouse at The Getty, a brand new boutique condominium hugging the high line in west Chelsea, sold for 59.06$ million, setting a downtown record. (the new york times) link to the site here.
5. you must visit New York City’s Largest Rooftop Bar at the Boutique Midtown Manhattan MOXY Hotel
Set in Midtown Manhattan, this hip hotel is within a 9-minute walk of Times Square and the Empire State Building, and 3 minutes on foot from Penn Station. Free fitness classes are offered in a gym. There’s a rooftop area with a chic bar/lounge, skyline views, nightly DJs and mini-golf. Other amenities include a seafood brasserie and a vibrant lobby bar, plus a cafe and a sandwich shop. (link to the site here)
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