There are only two showrooms owned and run by Fortuny; one at the original and historic factory on the Giudecca in Venice and the other in the D & D Building in New York City. Fortuny is also officially represented in cities throughout the world.
979 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022
212 753 7153
Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm
Closed from December 24th to January 1st. Closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving & the day after Thanksgiving.
Fortuny’s renovated and larger showrooms in Venice and New York showcase the full collection of the company’s renowned printed cotton together with new lines of products made in collaboration with a diverse group of the best Venetian and American, old world and new world designers.
In addition to Fortuny’s comprehensive collections, we are proud to have several historic lines available in our New York showroom.
Luigi Bevilacqua Velvets
Bevilacqua is a centuries-old fabric company located in Venice, Italy. Still owned and operated by the Bevilacqua family, they hand-make luxury fabrics for furnishings and interiors. Their skilled weavers produce everything from brocades, lampas, damasks and satins, to trimmings and handwoven velvets, often using their original 18th-century looms. The company’s historical archives hold more than 3,500 designs, all Bevilacqua originals.
Bermingham & Co Ikat
Once the heart of the ancient Silk Road, Uzbekistan has one of the finest and most well preserved ikat traditions in the world. Antiques and textile shop Bermingham & Co. has been developing ikats handcrafted in Uzbekistan using techniques that have been passed down from master weavers through several generations. Fortuny New York is the exclusive representative of Bermingham & Co ikats in the tri-state area.
Jessie Nelson Furniture
Jessie Nelson is a New York based artist, furniture maker and musician. His limited edition collection Knuckle on Bone possesses an unexpected blend of brutalism and organic elements. The collection features reinforced concrete, salvaged wood, leather and brass, and is entirely handmade in New York. Available exclusively at the Fortuny New York showroom.
The Contemporary Artists represent a diverse program of international design from North America, South America, Europe and Asia. The program features works by Jeff Zimmerman, David Wiseman, and Hun-Chung Lee. It is an extensive archive, library, and collection that chronicles the design market.