by Natasha Wolff | February 20, 2015 9:52 am
Maier’s first Manhattan boutique opened last fall. The bi-level space is home to his collections of clothing and accessories for men and women and also his design collaborations with artists including Christian Astuguevieille and Osanna Visconti di Modrone.
956 Madison Avenue
This surface showroom in the Architects & Designers Building is a favorite of interior designers like Haynes-Roberts, Sandra Nunnerly and Jed Johnson Associates, and for good reason. Studium’s curated collection of surface materials includes mosaic, water jet, stone, porcelain and wood. While there are many stock items in their inventory, Studium’s expertise is in producing custom patterns, many of which are particularly popular in kitchens and bathrooms. Worth checking out: the new and exclusive graphic and bold David Hick’s water jet stone collection.
150 East 58th Street
Upper East Sider Kate Rheinstein Brodsky (daughter of L.A.-based decorator Suzanne Rheinstein) has opened a design lover’s jewel, selling antiques and vintage furniture as well as home accessories and her own designs. The aesthetic skews traditional in a refreshingly modern setting.
135½ East 79th Street
The new Chelsea boutique in the HL23 building is dedicated to showcasing lust-worthy rare, vintage and limited-edition works of art and design. Chamber’s owner and curator, Juan Garcia Mosqueda, has commissioned pieces from artists and designers like Tom Dixon, Piet Hein Eek and Viktor & Rolf.
515 West 23rd Street
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