Store New York

Selected Quotations from International Media


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“Like all of its stores, Philippe Starck is the designer in charge. Offsetting the concrete floors and walls are large, vividly painted panels that double as wallpaper. A glass skylight at the back illuminates the downstairs gallery, boasting black-and-white photographs by Julius Shulman and the first egg chair by Danish designer Arne Jacobson.” — Encore Magazine, New York, United States
"The eclectic connoisseur of books brings his collection to SoHo in a Philippe Starck-designed space featuring artwork by Beatriz Milhazes." — In New York, New York, United States
“The smartest showman in the book publishing business, Benedikt Taschen, has opened an emporium in New York’s SoHo. Designed by Philippe Starck, with comfy pillows and candy-colored murals by Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes, it’s the perfect showcase for TASCHEN’s frothy mix of art, architecture, pop culture and erotica titles.” — Departures, New York, United States
“Located among the chic boutiques in Soho, the new shop was, like TASCHEN’s Paris and Beverly Hills stores, designed by Philippe Starck… The store recently hosted a book signing by David LaChapelle, and more in-store events are planned. We like the idea of publisher-owned bookstores. Though the selection is smaller at these stores than a larger chain, they remind us of a more genteel time in book selling, when we could browse in the elegant Scribner’s.” — Photo District News, New York, United States
«TASCHEN ha desembarcado por fin en Nueva York. Diseñada por Phillippe Starck, esta librería, con una oferta básica de obras artísticas y fotografías, está situada en el Soho, en Greene Street.» — Qué leer, Barcelona, Spain
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