NYCxDesign 2019: 9 Design Destinations Throughout New York City
All the major design destinations you need to know for this year's NYCxDesign, from furniture fairs to installations and creative hubs.
Westfield World Trade Center
Opened in 2016, the Oculus is Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava’s soaring addition to the World Trade Center complex. Primarily a transit hub serving several subway lines as well as the PATH train to New Jersey, the Oculus astounds visitors with its bone-white ribs and airy interior. The building’s main atrium is illuminated by a skylight that runs its entire length and is a downtown retail destination.
Westfield World Trade Center 185 Greenwich St. at Fulton St. westfield.com/westfieldworldtradecenter Courtesy Mark Wickens
NYCxDesign offers an endless supply of exhibitions, fairs, gatherings, and discussions. Sometimes it can be useful to simply start with the must-see destinations—that’s where this list comes in. We recommend you consult the rest of our NYCxDesign previews and coverage (see the link at the bottom of the page!) but this selection gives you the city’s primary go-to spots for design professionals.
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