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Design Guide: Urte Tylaite on NYC

We asked design cognoscente Urte Tylaite, the founder of NYC-based jewelry line and store Still House, to share a few of her favorite places in New York City to shop, eat, and see art. With an eye geared towards minimalism and simplicity, Urte takes us from a small rare books store in the East Village to Queens to see the work of sculptor Isamu Noguchi.

To Shop:

Nalata Nalata – 2 Extra Pl
Beautiful selection of home goods from Japan.

McNally Jackson Store: Goods for the Study + Picture Room – 234 Mulberry
Very well curated store filled with art prints and beautiful objects for the office space.

Shinola Detroit- 177 Franklin Street
Their NYC flagship location. Beautiful objects, great interior design.

Miansai - 33 Crosby Street
Miansai flagship store in NYC’s Soho district. They partnered with Tea Chai Te of Portland to set up a tea bar inside of their store.

Mast Books – 66 Avenue A
Great place for art and design inspiration.

To Visit:

Noguchi Museum – 9-01 33rd Rd, Queens
Nothing to add here. It’s just always incredible to be surrounded by Noguchi’s work.

Kate Werble Gallery – 83 Vandam St
Great gallery bringing the best in emerging art.

Dia: Beacon – 3 Beekman St, Beacon, NY
Not in NYC, but the best day trip to take from New York City. Incredible space, exceptional artwork.

To Eat:

The Eddy – 342 East 6th Street
Minimal interior, beautiful fixtures. Exceptional food and cocktails.

The Fat Radish – 17 Orchard Street
Great food.

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