In 2020 COVET HOUSE stepped up the game and moved to BILLIONAIRE’S ROW. In FEBRUARY 13th, before celebrating love, we will celebrate design in New York once again, this time curated and handpicked by Rincón Design & Development and Covet House.
Covet NYC opens the second and improved model floor/showroom and office in a new luxury space in the Heart of Midtown, in ONE57. More than a model floor it’s a special showroom where you can find 12 Luxury brands of interior Design all represented by COVET HOUSE.
Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL, Brabbu, KOKET, Maison Valentina, LUXXU, Essential Home, CIRCU, PullCast, RUG’Society, Foogo and CaffeLatte – the new one – are the brands that together fill this space into a Luxurious DREAM HOME.
Covet NYC 2.0 will challenge all your senses so get ready for a one of a kind experiences Welcome to Covet NYC 2.0 by RDD
About the Interior Designer | Rincón Design & Development
The new showroom exclusively curated and handpicked by Rincón Design & Development and Covet House; emerges you in quintessential iconic New York in an adventure that activates all your five senses in a world of textures, glamour, design, and exclusivity.
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 such as Jean Michel Frank. Each residence has been meticulously planned with gracious layouts, wide dimensions, and materials of the highest quality.
About the Building
One57 sits at the epicenter 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. One57, formerly known as Carnegie 57, is a 75-story, 1,005-foot supertall skyscraper at 157 West 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.
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.