TML Manhattan header Team BUILD just returned from Manhattan and we’ve got some design infused hot-spots to share.  Some are brand spanking new, some are just new to us – but all of them made for a smashing trip.  More on The Modern List ManhattanBeast restaurant and bar in the Lower East Side, 171 East Broadway, 212 228 3100 Beast photo by Ryan Charles [Photo by Ryan Charles] Corton in  Tribeca,  239 W. Broadway, 212.219.2777 Corton photo by Noah Sheldon [Photo by Noah Sheldon] Gottino in the West Village,  52 Greenwich Ave, 212.633.2590 Gottino photo by Brian Kennedy [Photo by Brian Kennedy] Aspen in Midtown, 30 W 22nd St, 212.645.5040 Aspen photo by Yun Cee Ng [Photo by Yun Cee Ng] Ace Hotel in Midtown at 20 W 29th S, 212.679.2222 Ace Hotel photo by Oyster [Photo by Oyster Hotel Reviews] The Jane Hotel in the Meatpacking District has designed up rooms that reflect the style and efficiency of train sleeper cars – clever , 113 Jane St, 212.924.6700 The Jane Hotel 01 Stumptown Coffee at the Ace Hotel in Midtown might be the best coffee in Manhattan, 20 W 29th S Stumptown Coffee photo by John C Abell [Photo by John C Abell] The Cooper Hewitt has really done a nice job with their current shows.  A huge thanks  for addressing our recent letter.  Check out their National Design Awards, Design USA: Contemporary Innovation, and Design for a Living World; all at 2 East 91st Street Cooper Hewitt 01 The Museum of Art & Design has a spectacular show titled “Slash”.  Head to 2 Columbus Circle and prepare to be mesmerized by nothing more than paper. MAD Olafur Eliasson MOMAs current show titled “No Discipline” by Ron Arad is a fascinating study of furniture. Ron Arad No Discipline photo by Jason Mandella [Photo by Jason Mandella] Pace Wildenstein in Chelsea is hosting a Maya Lin exhibit “Three Ways of Looking at the Earth” which is quite good; 545 W 22nd St Pace Wildenstein Maya Lin Manhattan has a Droog Design – nicely done.  Check out some cutting edge thinking and designing in Soho at 76 Greene St. Droog Design Should you find yourself in the East Village, stop by Delorenzo 1950 at 440 Lafayette St.  To the folks at D1950 – it’s time to get some images up on the internet so that your awesome shop can be promoted, followed and visited by the design minded – we’ll bring our camera next time… Rag & Bone Clothing, 100 Christopher St (West Village)  212.727.2999 Rag & Bone photo by UrbanDaddy [Photo by UrbanDaddy] A.P.C. Clothing, 131 Mercer (Soho) 212-966-9685 APC Definitely catch Alice Tully Hall on the Upper West Side at night, 1941 Broadway by Diller Scofidio + Renfro Alice Tully Hall photo by Jim [Photo by Jim] While you’re near Lincoln Center peek in at Harmony Atrium (btwn 62nd & 63rd) and check out the cool living green wall by Williams & Tsien 166 Perry Street Condominiums in the West Village by Asymptote 166 Perry photos by Archidose [Photos by Archidose] The High Line which runs from Gansevoort St to 20th st by Diller, Scofidio + Renzo is absolutely spectacular. The High Line 01 As usual, let us know what we missed…