Christopher Guy opens NY showroom and design lab
Susan Dickenson -- Home Accents Today, June 11, 2013
Christopher Guy has opened a new 20,000-sq.-ft. flagship showroom in the New York Design Center, the company announced. The showroom, located on the penthouse floor of the NYDC, presents the brand's latest collections in three different lifestyle suites. Among these collections is the newly expanded Mademoiselle collection which debuted at the Spring 2013 High Point Market.
CEO and founder Christopher Guy Harrison designed the showroom's interior, which includes a 225-foot long furniture runway, cove ceilings, state of the art lighting, reeded columns, seamless high polish white glass floors and a chained glass wall. "It's simply fabulous and an honor to be able to add the CG initials to NY with the launch of CGNY, a perfect combination in a perfect design building, the New York Design Center," he said.
The showroom features the new state-of-the-art fully functional Christopher Guy Design Lab, created as "an ideal working environment" for interior designers. Using advanced software and touch screen display, designers will be able to apply fabric and finishes to their furnishing pieces and create entire projects within one working environment, according to the company.
Following the New York Showroom opening, Christopher Guy will launch a new website. Developed in-house over the past 18 months the site features iBuild software, a collection of interactive applications -- iWall, iRoom and iPlan Pro - that lets users view items side by side as hand-drawings within a room setting.
In an April 2013 Home Accents Today profile of Harrison, the designer said the website's software was being developed as a project management tool that could break everything down into clear tasks. "I'm a very visual person, and when I looked at what
Christopher Guy's iBuild room planning software will launch on the new CG website June 17.
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