Just in time for ICFF 2014, Smilow Furniture has a new showroom in New York City.
SUITE NY carries a highly curated collection of modern furniture and accessories from a variety of renowned global manufacturers, boutique luxury brands and fine artisans. In short, we don’t just take in designs from anyone off the street. That said, when Judy Smilow (daughter of the late furniture designer, Mel Smilow) stopped in one day to check out the showroom, it didn’t take long for us to realize she was offering something special.
It is our pleasure to announce an exciting new partnership between Smilow Furniture and SUITE NY.
Smilow Furniture is now on view to the public in Suite NY’s 8,000 square foot showroom located in New York City’s NoMAD district.
419 Park Avenue South, 17th Floor (between 28th & 29th Streets)
Weekdays: 9 AM – 6 PM
Two recent design articles stopped us in our tracks.
“At first glance they appear to be simple 2-D doodles drawn in fine line.
But upon closer inspection, Jinil Park’s creations reveal themselves to be fully functioning life-sized furniture.
The Korean designer’s range, dubbed ‘Drawing Furniture’, is made from intersecting steel wires and has the appearance of a flat rough sketch. …” MORE >>
A team of London-based designers claim to have created the world’s smallest 3D-printing pen – an anodised aluminium device called Lix that allows users to “doodle in the air”. MORE >>
Thinking outside the box … Beautiful.
Violinist/Pianist/Composer Gregor Huebner is setting his sites on recording the follow up album to his well-received debut Latin Jazz CD, El Violin Latino. He is raising funds on IndieGogo to record Volume 2 featuring new arrangements of Cuban, Brazilian & Tango music with violin as the connecting thread.
The new recording will feature 16 musicians, plus the debut of his son Ysai on second violin and his daughter Naima on flute. The album will infuse the violin with bandoneon & batá drums. Become a backer of his fundraiser before May 23, 2014.
Watch El Violin Latino -Vol. 1 on my YouTube Channel.
Listen to the first record GregorHuebner – El Violin Latino on Spotify.