Our First Ever FirstLOOK Event at the New York Design Center
Our Recently-Opened DesignLab™ Showcased Latest Glass Solutions for the Contract Market
Bendheim joined dozens of leading New York Design Center contract showrooms to present our latest specialty glass offerings for the commercial market. We hosted FirstLOOK guests in our consultative glass design center on the top floor of 200 Lexington Ave. As part of the new products tour, which took place on July 17 from 4 to 8 PM, visitors had the opportunity to explore our latest introductions, including our redesigned TurnKey™ glass cladding system, now available with concealed attachments.
TurnKey is designed for movability and speed of installation – to accommodate today’s rapidly changing work environments. It uses miniature mechanical fasteners to install modular glass walls. As a result, panels can be easily replaced, re-assembled in a new location, or repurposed as dry-erase glass boards.
A&D professionals looking to inject a refined hospitality-inspired aesthetic into office interiors were impressed by large-format panels of our Metalix 2 Collection, introduced in May. The collection comprises eight shimmering glass varieties, featuring woven metal meshes in design-forward pale bronze, rose gold, and silver hues.
“This is one of Bendheim’s most significant events of the year,” said Steven Jayson, Bendheim Co-Owner and Executive Vice President. “Some call FirstLOOK ‘the Neocon of New York.’ It’s a great way to introduce our new consultative design center.”
Bendheim’s Design Lab allows visitors to experience hundreds of specialty glass varieties in large panels and under various light conditions. Its Midtown convenience and bright open spaces enable faster, more efficient evaluation of materials, while its team of design consultants can assist A&D professionals with custom product development. To see a list of upcoming NYDC events, please visit www.nydc.com/events/.
Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City