Collective Design brings together creative voices from around the world in a lively, essential discourse on modern and contemporary design and art. Based in New York City and active in the arts community throughout the year, Collective Design presents engaging conversations and educational programs to foster dialogue, encourage the exchange of ideas, and build a growing audience for collectible design and art. Programming culminates each May in the annual Collective Design fair, which showcases masterworks of the 20th and 21st centuries alongside experimental works from the next generation of global talent. The fair, celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2017, illuminates both the creative process and the diversity of our material culture, promoting a spirit of discovery that resonates with new and seasoned collectors alike.
VIP Preview (by invitation only): May 2, 2017
Public Days: May 3 - 7, 2017
Wednesday May 3, 11am - 7pm
Thursday May 4, 11am - 7pm
Friday May 5, 11am - 7pm
Saturday May 6, 11 am - 7pm
Sunday May 7, 11am - 5pm
Located in the exciting and vibrant neighborhood of TriBeCa, the Cosmopolitan Hotel - TriBeCa offers exceptional service, upscale amenities and a prime location. Historic TriBeCa and neighboring Soho are at the epicenter of the New York City art, shopping and restaurant scene. Greenwich Village is within walking distance as well as Wall Street and the Financial District. In addition to providing a firsthand experience of the unique New York City downtown culture, our TriBeCa hotel offers easy access to all New York City attractions with the Chambers Street Subway station conveniently located just steps from the hotel. The Cosmopolitan's personable staff ensures guests have a memorable experience while visiting New York City.
The Hotel Americano is located in the heart of Chelsea's Gallery District between the High Line and the Hudson River, this new hotel by Grupo Habita offers a unique and inspired setting for the international art crowd.
Tucked between Soho and The Hudson, Hotel Hugo is a stylish and sophisticated newcomer in Manhattan's emerging Hudson Square neighborhood. Contemporary luxury and bohemian chic that make lower Manhattan a modern day mecca for artists and design enthusiasts.
Designed by renowned architect Marcello Pozzi. Glass enclosed rooftop bar and Italian cuisine II Principe.
The Roxy Hotel lives in a triangular, red brick building that favors clean classic lines with bold punctuations of color. Its signature cast-iron detailing was inspired by the industrial materials that appear throughout Tribeca, and the glowing, Art Deco-style marquee evokes the city’s love affair with entertainment. Out front, the iconic, cast-iron clock is a nod to the towering, turn-of-the-century timepieces sprinkled throughout New York.