Castel Opens First-Ever Flagship Showroom

Castel Opening Party

A few weeks ago we had the best time checking out Castel’s first standalone showroom. At the party, we had a chance to check out over 1,200 fabrics from their current and new collection. The party also featured a showroom that had a distinctly old world European feel, highlighting the Spanish roots of their long-time collaborator Grupo Lamadrid (encompassing Güell Lamadrid and Les Creations de la Maison), while also being very grounded in New York City, which is what French founder Stephane Silverman is all about.

Castel Opening partyThe showroom provided visitors with the opportunity to touch and look at the fabrics–enabling designers to get the full effect of what can be accomplished. Lead designer Toni Espuch of Azul Tierra Barcelona brought Castel's vision to life and the space reflects the merging of the brands' personalities and styles.

"We've always believed the D&D Building is the prime location in New York City to source luxury fabrics and our goal is to bring a fresh, personable and creative approach to the building through this space. We have a unique passion for both beautiful fabrics and a real drive to make purchasing more simple for designers and believe you need to touch and feel, but shopping should be as effortless as possible,” says Silverman.

Castel Opening Party

Castel sources their textiles from the highest quality mills from around the world, curating classic and refined collections for both residential and commercial application. Souk, the highlight of their latest collection, is now available in their new flagship showroom.

Named for the bustling, colorful markets of Marrakesh, Souk is hand-embroidered jute on 100% linen. Featuring a repeating diamond motif synonymous with Moroccan design, Souk is available in five rich, jewel-toned colorways. 

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Photography credit for the first and third image: Kevin Lau for the Business of Home