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The second installment in our Opening series focuses on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.
Interested in updating your list of design inspiration destinations in your city guides? We’ve gathered a collection of not-to-miss spaces for you.
New York City – As a testing ground for its new Ultraboost 19 sneaker series, Adidas, Finish Line and Harley & Company devised a playground for adults in New York City.
New York City – Craft&Bloom created a Santorini-inspired pop-up store in New York’s NoLiTa for Israeli male beauty brand Maapilim.
New York City – Ace Hotel’s new spinoff, the New York-based Sister City, channels Shinto and John Cage for guests who want to self-centre.
New York City – The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment, an exhibition, installation by Bjarne Melgaard, commented on the negative nature of fashion and consumerism.
New York City – Snarkitecture teamed up with automaker Lexus to create Sway, a site-specific installation during this New York Design Week.
New York City – Studio INI created a kinetic installation at Brooklyn’s A/D/O that evokes the fluidity of human movement and interaction in urban environments.
New York City – At this year's New York Design Week, Fernando Mastrangelo wants users to experience the future of design in real life.
New York City – Instead of fighting the shine of a nearby landmark, Camper celebrated aspects of the surrounding architecture inside its newest store.
New York City – Brooklyn-based haircare line Amika collaborated with Crosby Studios to create a bold pop-up experience with community in mind.
New York City – This year, a new crop of small showcases in New York is giving major fairs a run for their money.
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