Covet NY 2.0, in the heart o Midtown NY, opened the second, improved, model floor and office, where 12 luxury and high-end design brands can be found. This staging project promises to enhance everything that is outstanding in modern, classic, contemporary and eclectic design.

Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL, BRABBU, KOKET, LUXXU, Essential Home, CIRCU, PullCast, RUG’Society, Foogo and CaffeLatte are the furniture design brands that together fill this space into a luxurious dream home. Covet NY 2.0 will challenge all your senses so get ready for a one of a kind experience that elevates the contemporary design.

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Covet NY 2.0: A Unique Furniture Staging Project

OSLO RUG

Oslo is a round rug named after the Norwegian capital has a long snow-white pile with spots. OSLO is a rug that combines comfort with nobility.

About the Interior Designer
Rincón Design and Development

Rincón Design and Development is an interior design firm based in Texas that has over 12 years of experience, and a global portfolio of projects. The interior design, Robert Rincón‘s vision for the exquisite interiors of Covet NY 2.0 was to bring together uniqueness and craftsmanship alongside his signature style and design aesthetic.

EYE RUG

Eyes are the window to the soul. They are the most important symbolic sensory organ, representing clairvoyance and omniscience. Looking someone in the eye is a western custom of searching for honesty. It is also the place where love begins. By bringing this rug into your home, will definitely make everyone fall in love with it and elevate the design in your home. A 100% handmade rug that combines the use of hand-tufted, cut and loop techniques with different materials – Natural Wool and Botanical Silk.

About the Interior Architect
Thomas Juul-Hansen

One of New York’s most renowned interior designers cemented his reputation with his sophisticated interiors for One57. Thomas Juul-Hansen and Extell Design envisioned discreetly opulent interiors that reference great French modernists. Each residence has been meticulously planned with gracious layouts, wide dimensions, and materials of the highest quality.

WHITE GARDEN RUG

Inspired by the elegance of neutral tones, WHITE GARDEN is a square-shaped rug, which with its shades of white, is suitable for any environment. The neutral colour and the reference to the geometric style in its interior make it a very elegant and classy product. A 100% handmade rug made with botanical silk that transmits us comfort and a warm feeling.

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VALENCIA RUG

Inspired on a Summer trip to Valencia, a Spanish city where the heat is dominant and the colours vibrant. A city so strong and colourful that could only be portrayed in neutral tones, where warm yellow invades. The registration of neutral but warm colours that transports us for unparalleled comfort. VALENCIA rug is hand-tufted in Botanical Silk.

About the Developer

The tower, developed by Extell Development Company and designed by Christian de Portzamparc, was the first ultra-luxury condominium tower along the stretch of 57th Street that was subsequently named Billionaires’ Row.

MERMAID RUG

With a creation without limits, Rug’Society has developed the Mermaid Rug, the fourth of lounge collection. Inspired by the feminine representation of the sea, it transmits us her delicacy and her strength.

About the Building

This modern building is at the epicentre of Manhattan where the Plaza District meets Central Park. Often referred to as ‘Billionaire’s Row’, it is the ultimate landscape of society, culture, and commerce.

Make sure you don’t miss the chance to visit Covet NY 2.0, book now!

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