TOURS

The Bacon Tour

By David Tez

Photo: Staff

From time to time, The Scout will feature interborough food tours designed as culinary and geographic explorations of our fair city. Each has been field tested, in a single day,…

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The Tenenbaums

By Siobhan Vivian

Photo: Staff

The Royal Tenenbaums is Wes Anderson’s visual love letter to New York. Though never explicitly named, the film presents a stunningly constructed pastiche of the quirky, the kitschy and the…

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RETAIL : FURNITURE

Vitsœ

Furniture
Vitsœ New York, 33 Bond Street

Photo: Jordan Provost © 2009

The stretch of Bond Street between Lafayette and Bowery is no stranger to design. It’s cobblestone road can lay claim to a surfeit of attractive shops and home to the first Herzog & de Meuron building in New York. The street’s intermingling of contemporary with classic is harmonious and natural, an extension of the city’s collective swagger. Set atop the venerable Dashwood Books, one gets the feeling that there is no locale more apt for Vitsœ’s first US showroom.

URL vitsoe.com

Modernlink

Furniture

Photo: The Studio

Furniture shops have come and gone on this block of Bond Street, but Modernlink stands the test of time. William Lee’s humble beginnings started with a modest section at ABC Carpet and Home.

URL modernlink.com

Baxter & Liebchen

Furniture

Photo: The Studio

After six months of operating Baxter & Liebchen out of his 600 square-foot apartment, Andrew Kevelson moved his showroom to DUMBO.His current location on Jay Street is a colossal 5,000 square-foot warehouse stocked with vintage Danish Modern furniture and accessories.

URL www.baxterliebchen.com