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New York City Guide for Designers


New York City Guide for Designers – The city that never sleeps will host one of the most successful Design fairs in the world, BDNY, inviting thousands of architects and project designers. 

First of all, we know that New York city is already one of the best destinations at any time of the year. But November is definitely our favorite and Boutique Design New York is the reason. An event known for its dynamic and high quality design that enables young and masters of hospitality projects to share their work within a global scale. For that reason, the capital of fashion and culture, will not disappoint anyone that loves traveling and design. In today’s City Guide we share with you the must-go places to visit while you are in New York.


New York, aka Big Apple is an international center for design. World-famous architects and designers have lived there and learned there. Known as the city of talents, weather in terms of music, cinema and art, the city supports its people with some of the best design museums in the world.

New York City Guide for Designers

Museum of Arts and Design

New York City Guide for Designers

The mission is to collect, display, and interpret objects that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art and design.  Originally founded as the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, the space focuses on handmade objects, especially items that stretch the imagination with their inventive materials.

See also: What to Expect from BDNY 2016

Cooper- Hewitt National Design Museum 

New York City Guide for Designers

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. Cooper Hewitt educates, inspires and empowers people through stunning exhibitions and educational programs. Housed in the former home of steel, the design museum’s building is a landmark on its own. The museum also encompasses the National Design library, a tremendous historical resource for design.

AIGA National Design Center Gallery

New York City Guide for Designers

The gallery at the American Institute of Graphic Arts prides itself in presenting exhibitions on contemporary design which are, themselves, design pieces. The content of each exhibition is presented in a narrative format which both looks beautiful and explains the relevance of the work on display.

See also: Top 5 Interior Designers at BDNY 2016

New York School of Interior Design Gallery

New York City Guide for Designers

The New York School of Interior Design Gallery is unique in its ability to host student work throughout the year, allowing the development of future design careers. It also features professional work by well-known designers. Definitely a place for design interests that are looking for inspiration and get to know the best trends in the field.

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