Modern Contemporary Design


SALON at Tribeca Grand Hotel

salon_spanish_design_tribeca_grand_hotel.jpg During New York Design Week this year we saw an original way of showcasing Spanish design talents at the Tribeca Grand Hotel – a permanent exhibition space/ new lounge bar called SALON.


Marcet Mercer pendant lights above the bar and a chair by Jaime Hayon on the right

A permanent space featuring the work of 15 manufacturers and designers, the Salon space was designed by designer Winka Dubbeldam of Archi-Tectonics, New York and creative directed by Richard Klein, Founder of Surface Magazine.


LZF Link pendant lamps and BD Barcelona Dallips chairs (originally designed by Salvador Dali in 1937)

“SALON brings a new spin to marketing creative talents (and a hotel), beyond the traditional trade show booth formats, furniture showrooms etc. SALON is an active, live space, allowing visitors to experience the best of Spanish modern design first-hand.”


Fantasy Collection figurines by Jaime Hayon for Lladro

And opening night…


Ray Power’s wood veneer design at night


Naturofantastic Candelabra by Jaime Hayon for lladro


Gaudi Hardware by BD Barcelona


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