Unusual Concept-Store Restaurant in Manhattan

Unusual Concept-Store Restaurant in Manhattan

The other day I attended the event located in one of the Manhattan restaurants. And I really want to share the impressions.

10 Corso Como is not just a restaurant, but a Concept-Store, which is a cult store designed as a virtual 3-D magazine.

The first such a Concept-Store was opened in Milan by a former fashion editor and publisher Carlo Sozzani in 1991. Her idea was to combine fashion and design, music and art, a bookstore and a restaurant in one space. According to Carlo Sozzani idea customers should shopping slowly and enjoy every moment of shopping.

The new store in New York, and the first in the United States, occupies the entire first floor of the historic Fulton Market building in the Seaport District, close to the financial district in Manhattan. From 1822 to 2005, this red-brick building housed one of the oldest fish markets in New York, the famous Fulton Fish Market. In its new location in the Hunts Point Cooperative Market, it handles millions of pounds of seafood daily, with annual sales exceeding one billion dollars, and is second in size only to Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market.

In the space of 10 Corso Como there is an Italian restaurant and cafe, the hall with modern art objects and books, including the art gallery and the garden. The interior designed by American artist Chris Rush, who created the design of all 10 Corso Como stores in Milan, Seoul, Shanghai and Beijing. American 10 Corso Como embodies the Italian heritage of the store and fits the mood of New York.

Address: 10 Corso Como New York, 1 Fulton St., NY 10038, USA, 10corsocomo.nyc

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