2018 New York Design Guide – New York Design Agenda


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2018 New York Design Guide
2018 New York Design Guide

Today we’ll show you our own 2018 New York Design Guide with the best places for design lovers to visit. We could literally give you a billion reasons to visit New York, but this week we have an incredible one: ICFF 2018 kicks off in May. So, if you’re one of the many people heading there for this amazing interior design event, don’t miss the best New York City has to offer.

Written by Joana Reis


The Classics

Times Square

2018 New York Design Guide

Although there are many more stunning squares worth the visit when you’re in New York, Times Square will always be the one you’ll come back to. It’s the epitome of New York’s culture. It has people, lights, music, noise and a diversity only imaginable once you’re there.

Central Park

2018 New York Design Guide

An absolute jewel in the middle of the city, you cannot skip a walk through Central Park during the Spring. Make sure to stay in the city a few days after the Architectural Digest Design Show is over and enjoy every last bit of the energy this incredible city has to offer. The difficult part? Wanting to go back home.

The Met

2018 New York Design Guide

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, best known as simply The Met is probably one of the most famous museums around the world. Located in Central Park, there’s no excuse for you to miss this mandatory stop. Don’t miss your chance to visit and book a tour!



St. Patrick’s Day

2018 New York Design Guide

You’ll be in NYC just in time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! This year it falls on Saturday, March 17 and the traditional parade will be in the streets, along 5th Avenue between 44th Street and 79th Street, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


The Armory Show

2018 New York Design Guide

The Armory Show is one of the art world’s biggest international art fairs, rivaled only by Frieze New York and the anchor for the city’s Armory Arts Week, during which some seven different art fairs set up shop in New York.

Best Places to Stay

New York Edition Hotel

2018 New York Design Guide

Handsomely suited doormen and whiffs of the brand’s proprietary Le Labo scent greet both guests and passersby, and the cozy-chic rooms combined with Stephen Starr’s dining and drinking destinations will definitely make you want to live there forever!

The Surrey

The Surrey is a slice of English charm situated less than one block east of Central Park. It’s so serenely secluded, in fact, that you’ll likely never want to leave its privacy. Instead, savor afternoon tea with a side of celebrity sightings while gazing upon the park from afar.


Where to Eat and Drink

Caffè Storico

2018 New York Design Guide

Caffè Storico features dishes inspired by classic Cicchetti, or small plates, as well as handmade artisanal pastas. Award-winning chef, Jim Burke, brings a refined style to the menu with a deep sense of authentic Italian cuisine developed during his time in Italy. Definitely a must during your stay in NYC!

Corkbuzz Wine Bar

2018 New York Design Guide

Corkbuzz Wine Bar in Chelsea, New York is the second venture of Master Sommelier, Laura Maniec, and has been featured as one of New York City’s best wine bars. Chelsea Market is Corkbuzz’s new home, making it the only wine bar in the popular market place.

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