The Most Irreverent Design Showroom To Visit in New York City
The Most Irreverent Design Showroom To Visit in New York City

A new take at the whole Design Showroom concept

> A new design powerhouse in the heart of New York City  <

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See also: The 7 New York Showrooms You Simply Cannot Miss!

 

New York City – the one that never sleeps like we so lovingly treat her – has gotten another point in the election for the most inspiring city (and this one is huge!).

The Grand Opening of this new fabulous design experience came just in the right moment and has droven everyone from all across the state to book a meeting and enjoy a piece of this fresh New York Design Center.

This is a tool that promises to boost the creativity of every design enthusiast and industry professional.

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2018’s most awaited design experience has opened a couple weeks ago and it has been an unforgettable ride thus far. In a place where you can nourish all your five senses and reabilitate your own design sensations, Covet NYC showcases a very irreverent showroom concept.

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Portrayed as a Staging project between Tessler Developments and Covet House, “The Mansion” at 172 Madison Avenue (the most coveted address in the Big Apple!) is just a few steps from Madison Square Park, Gramercy Park and NoMad, fitting right in the center of one of the city’s fanciest neighborhoods.

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See also: A Distinctive Tour Through Covet NYC’s Grand Opening Week

Designed by architect Karl Fisher and with interiors by Shamir Shah, Covet NYC is fully decorated with a selection of furniture, lighting, upholstery and accessories from the best European Luxury brands.

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Featuring products from Circu, BRABBU, Essential Home and DelightFULL – between many others!

Join us along this ride and be amazed by this worthy trip!

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