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100 New York – 10 Must Visit Luxurious & Design Locations

Interior Design Project by Eric Kuster

New York is a magical place and there’s a lot of places that you simply make you fall in love with this city. So, in this article, you will able to see a selection of must-visit attractions and locations of the city that never sleeps, but these are no ordinary attractions they are main attractions related to the world of design!


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Apple 5th Avenue Flagship Store

767 5th Ave, New York, NY 10153

Apple Inc. is more than doubling the size of its renowned store on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, bringing a boost to a retail corridor that’s suffered from Trump Tower congestion and persistently high vacancies in the past year. The technology giant will expand the store – known for its distinctive glass cube – to 77,000 square feet (7,150 square meters) from about 32,000 square feet.


Broadway Theatre

With 500 or more seats located in the Theater District and Lincoln Center along Broadway, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Along with London’s West End theatre, Broadway theatre is widely considered to represent the highest level of commercial theatre in the English-speaking world.


Cartier’s Flagship Store

653 Fifth Avenue New YorkNY 10022

Founded in 1847 in Paris, Cartier stands as one of the world’s most esteemed and respected Maisons in the luxury industry. Today, the Maison is renowned worldwide for its jewelry creations and watches, perfumes and exceptional accessories – symbols of fine craftsmanship and elegance, quality and excellence.

Cassina’s Flagship Store

155 e 55 St, New York

“Founded in 1927, Cassina launched industrial design in Italy during the 1950’s. Cassina’s identity lies in the innovative fusion of technological skill and traditional craftsmanship”. The brand’s New York Showroom was designed and overtaken by Patricia Urquiola.

Channel’s New York Flagship Store

15 E, New York, NY 10002

Fashion and interior design have always been known to cross paths and influence one another. Interior designers look at fashion trends of the past to inspire them with their interior design plans, and most of the time this is how great interior trends are made. So, one of the New York Locations that you have to visit is the timeless Chanel.


Giorgio Armani Boutique

760 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10021


The alpha and omega of understated, power-drenched Italian fashion. So you’ll definitely have to visit Giorgi Armani Boutique in New York.


Moooi’s Showroom

 36 E 31st St, New York, NY 10016

Credits: Mooi


“Moooi creates interior environments decorated with an inspiring variety of patterns and colours to embrace any kind of space and make people of different ages, cultures and personalities fall in love with their homes.” Address: E 10016, 36 E 31st St, NY 10016, United States.


Museum of Modern Art

11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

Located in Midtown Manhattan, MoMA has been on of the main pioneers of developing and collecting modernist art and is considered to be one of the largest and prominent museums of modern art in the world.


New York Public Library

76 5th Ave, New York, NY 10018

Loyally guarded by ‘Patience’ and ‘Fortitude’ (the marble lions overlooking Fifth Ave), this beaux-arts show-off is one of NYC’s best free attractions. When dedicated in 1911, New York’s flagship library ranked as the largest marble structure ever built in the US, and to this day, its recently restored Rose Main Reading Room steals the breath away with its lavish coffered ceiling.


Saks Fifth Avenue

611 5TH Avenue,  NY 10022

Saks Fifth Avenue was the brainchild of Horace Saks and Bernard Gimbel, who operated independent retail stores on New York’s 34th Street at Herald Square in the early 1900s. Their dream was to construct a unique specialty store that would become synonymous with fashionable, gracious living. The combined financial input of these great merchant families led to the purchase of a site between 49th and 50th Streets on upper Fifth Avenue, then jointly occupied by the Democratic Club and the Buckingham Hotel. Today, Saks Fifth Avenue has become the byword for taste and elegance.


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