Located in a Nolita neighbourhood, a salon facilities a array of chair pieces from the brand, including new items unveiled alongside comparison designs.
The 3,000-square-foot (279-square-metre) gallery space was combined by New Zealand interior engineer Rufus Knight, with unprotected section walls and pops of red carpeting.
Displayed behind floor-to-ceiling windows along a storefront are dual chairs alongside by Resident’s Circus Pendant light, comprising large interlocking hoops with an LED frame around any golden circle.
The span of blue upholstered chairs are partial of a new collection, and have 3 slim black posts to support a far-reaching seat.
Nearby is a light-coloured modular Arcade Sofa, done adult of interlocking units and designed by Resident co-founder Simon James in partnership with Scott Bridgens.
“I wanted something cosy and a small puffy, with a super soothing behind and chair cushion, though also something to yield a contrariety with that,” pronounced James. “Which is because we pared down a lounge arm and gave it a somewhat surprising angle with that small mouth to emanate a really minimal armrest.”
Further inside a salon are a array of dark pinkish chairs, organised on a red carpet with an collection of light fixtures overhead.
A dull potion Bloom Table light was combined by London-based engineer Tim Rundle. Inside a lamp, mesh filters a light from a source, before emanating by a frosted potion extraneous that gives a tie a graphic softness.
“The Bloom Table light’s super-elliptical form is desirous by a peaceful energetic upsurge of paper lanterns,” pronounced a studio.
Another new light pattern is a black building flare with interlocking brushed coronet rings, identical to a Circus Pendant.
New Zealand organisation Cheshire Architects designed a globed list lamp, the Parison Table Light, with an bony extraneous and a soft, chalky glow.
The Resident salon is located during 39 Spring Street, and is open from 1 to 31 May 2018. The pop-up coincides with this year’s NYCxDesign festival, that runs 11-23 May 2018 and includes events, exhibitions and parties opposite a city.
Photography is by Mark Wickens.