New Eye Candy for Design Lovers/The New York Times - Rima Suqi
ESSX store NYC, Tiffany & Co., Gilder Center AMNH, PAC, Perelman Center for the Performing Arts, Cafe Chelsea, Sean McPherson, Becky Carter, Cecchi's, The Warren Street hotel, Firmdale Hotels, Kit Kemp, Michael Cecchi, The Fifth Avenue Hotel, Martin Brudniski, Peter Marino, Khaite, International Objects
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Rima Suqi, 10 Design Destinations, The New York Times

03 May New Eye Candy for Design Lovers/The New York Times

May is a huge month for art and design in New York City, with numerous fairs and events taking place throughout the boroughs. The largest and most established include Frieze New York (Thursday through Sunday) followed by TEFAF New York (May 10-14), the NYCxDesign Festival (May 16-23) and, for major design aficionados, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (May 21).

But fairs and galleries aren’t the only places to see remarkable design in the city. Aesthetes visiting after a year’s absence will find an abundance of eye candy in neighborhoods like TriBeCa, Chelsea and the Lower East Side. And there’s intriguing design to be found in new hotels, restaurants, cultural institutions and even retail establishments. The ten spots below don’t fit into one neat category — some are over-the-top maximalist, others are ultraspare or Brutalist. But one thing is certain: They will provoke discussion and debate. See them all here.