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Home Bases

A trio of new design stores take Manhattan.

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Knoll Home Design Shop
It took 75 years, but the modernist brand plans to unveil its first-ever storefront on May 18. Expect iconic furnishings like Richard Schultz’s 1966 lotus-shaped Petal end table (from $887) as well as a range of graphic textiles (from $19 per yard). 1330 Sixth Ave., at 54th St.; 212-343-4190.

Jung Lee
The co-founder of event-planning firm Fête launches a sprawling home-décor shop May 13. The goods range from bamboo cutlery sets, picnic napkin included ($6), to a Maison Martin Margiela trompe-l’oeil print of French doors ($430). 25 W. 29th St., nr. Broadway; 212-257-5655.

Foscarini Spazio Soho
May 18 marks the opening of the Italian lamp-­maker’s inaugural U.S. retail venture. Among the lighting menagerie: a multitiered, lipstick-red sconce by Vicente Garcia Jimenez ($567) and headlight-inspired desk lamps from a Diesel collaboration ($553). A showroom and traveling art exhibits will share the space. 17 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-257-4412.


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