Lost City Arts: Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Lost City Arts: Mid-Century Modern Furniture

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Maxwell Ryan
May 3, 2004

I may be old, but I'm in great shape. Reviewed by New York Mag 2 years ago and given the distinction, Top Mid-Century Modern furniture store in NYC, Lost City Arts continues to showcase a wide range of mid-century furniture, all of it in excellent condition and changing often. In fact, Lost City serves as a great primer for anyone who wants a good sampling of this period, featuring all the big names of the period, including Eames, Bertoia, Aalto, McCobb. In addition to their vintage collection, they also produce new pieces from old designs that have the polish and softness of being brand new. Problems? Not many. The prices are not low, but most items run from $300 (side chairs) to $3,000 (tables) to $6,500 (for a vintage McCobb sideboard), which don't make them only for rockstars. You will see a few $32,000 price tags, but this is not the rule. Perhaps the biggest problem is that you have to like living in the lost city. MGR
Hours:
M-F 10-6
S-S 12-6

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