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Designer: Piergiorgio Cazzaniga.
Site: 200 Lexington Avenue.
Standout: The sofas, with auxiliary side tables, perch on slender aluminum legs and have perimeter piping that matches or contrasts the upholstery, available leather, wool, or wool-rayon.
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Designers: Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec.
Site: 588 Broadway.
Standout: A contemporary irregular rhythm of bars merge with traditional kilim weaving in a rug of hand-spun wool.
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Designers: Dylan Davis and Jean Lee.
Site: 55 Great Jones Street.
Standout: Globes of handblown glass by the Ladies & Gentlemen Studio founders descend from an aluminum armature creating a chandelier that subtly divides space.
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Designer: Lee Broom.
Site: 63 Greene Street.
Standout: In floor, table, and pendant versions, the steel fixture’s op art–inspired pattern, electroplated to glass globes, changes when viewed from different angles. At the Broom Off Broome pop-up.
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Designer: Sebastian Herkner.
Site: 21 Greene Street.
Product: Freistil 169.
Standout: In homage to the stand collars of 19th-century shirts, the angular backrest of the beech-based modular sofa tapers upward just so. At Studio Anise.
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Designer: Christophe Delcourt.
Site: 145 West 28th Street.
Standout: Beneath the dining table’s high-gloss top, oak legs are faceted and irregularly placed, like twigs found in nature.
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Designer: Antonio Citterio.
Site: 155 East 56th Street.
Standout: Tailored arms and back upholstered in leather mask this sofa’s supreme practicality: A single bed is stowed below its seat cushion.
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Designer: David Nosanchuk.
Site: 44 West 18th Street.
Standout: A photo collage of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s colonnade at Piazza San Pietro, aka St. Peter’s Square in Rome, has become wallpaper. At Ralph Pucci International.