Urban Design

New York's Best Spaces for Modern Industrial Design

Today's urban designers are loving this rough, raw, down-to-earth aesthetic. Peek inside New York's hottest rustic, modern industrial restaurants, hotels and stores.

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Table Made of Planks of Wood
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Robert Stolarik

Repurposing

This display table, in the Frye flagship store in Soho, N.Y., re-envisions wood in its raw form. It's not a smooth, gleaming tabletop as we'd typically expect in a retail environment, but it uses the graphic impact of the color, grain and material itself. Imagine the possibilities of dark, dramatic woods like mahogany, a pale choice like ash or maple, or the warmth of cherry.

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