Luxury Travel Guide: How To Enjoy New York During ICFF ⇒ The ultimate destination for high-end and contemporary interior design is ICFF New York. On the other hand, New York is a city bursting with culture, art and a cosmopolitan lifestyle that will surely inspire you in countless ways. Best Design Guides put together all the little pieces that make NYC such a fascinating place and, with this luxury travel guide, we hope to improve your experience while you’re attending ICFF.
First on our luxury travel guide is the Lladró showroom in New York, that is empowered by unique, one of a kind, fine art pieces. There, you will be able to have a look at the most iconic handcrafted porcelain sculptures, lighting, home accessories and jewellery. From Spain to NYC it’s just a small step!
Also known as The Mansion in 172 Madison Avenue, Covet NYC is known as the most coveted address for design lovers and professionals in the Big Apple. Fully decorated with a curated selection of furniture, lighting, upholstery and accessories from the best European luxury brands, Covet NYC is definitely a place to visit if you’re into good surprises! This is a must-see on any luxury travel guide!
New Museum of Contemporary Art
Next on our luxury travel guide are museums. Celebrating 40 years of existence, the New Museum of Contemporary Art was designed by Tokyo-based architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa/SANAA – a seven-story, eight-level structure. Inside, you will find the most inspiring forms of contemporary art through exhibitions, performances, installations and publications.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
With over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy, the Metropolitan Museum of Art lives in three iconic sites in New York City – the Met Fifth Avenue, the Met Breuer and the Met Cloisters. Founded in 1870, it reveals both new ideas and unexpected connections through several exhibitions and events.
Fine dining has a whole new meaning here. Jean-Georges opened in 1997 to critical acclaim, founded by the mythical Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The dishes served are a blend of French, American and Asian. With 2 Michelin stars, this restaurant is a mandatory stop if you’re attending ICFF.
Per Se is Thomas Keller’s magnum opus. Featuring an intimate environment with spectacular views from Central Park, Per Se has 3 Michelin stars and it keeps on making people across the world falling in love with it. You can expect the finest quality ingredients and wonderful service – it’s like you’re at home but slightly better.
The Mandarin Oriental offers the ultimate in service, comfort and style – and that’s probably all you need. Enjoy the glittering Manhattan skyline, a sensory experience at the Asiate with its modern American cuisine or the impeccably designed rooms that offer an unbeatable blend of luxury and refinement. Truly stunning.
A few steps from Central Park and Madison Avenue, the Four Seasons New York is a hymn to luxury and that means breathtaking city views, a fine dining restaurant and a sensational modern-deco atmosphere. Designed by I. M. Pei, the Four Seasons New York is described as one of the best hotels in the world.
ICFF’s Top Exhibitors
A leading design company, founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli and now run by Claudio Luti, Kartell is one of the symbols of Italian design around the world. A success story told through an incredible series of products – furniture, furnishings, lighting, home accessories – that have become part of the domestic landscape, not to mention actual contemporary design icons.
Covet House is the ultimate tradeshow experience. Aiming to bring back the tradition of sitting face to face with partners and friends, this is where desires and lasting relationships are established – this is a place for design celebration worldwide. Covet House is all of this and so much more! We hope you’ve enjoyed our luxury travel guide!