The first Intersect by Lexus was conceived in Tokyo, a metropolis that is constantly changing yet retains a traditional and distinctive personality. Next was Dubai, a city known as a symbol of global innovation and progress. The newest addition is in cosmopolitan New York. The Intersect spaces were designed by Masamichi Katayama, world-renowned designer and founder of interior design firm Wonderwall. Katayama’s concept was a simple one. Anyone can walk into an L I F E S T Y L E Intersect to enjoy fresh coffee, meet friends in the bistro, sip expert cocktails or peruse handcrafted design. Most importantly – as reflected in its name – it is a place for connection: regular talks, parties and events aim to bring together innovators, developing an urban sanctuary for sharing ideas. He considers it a third space, a comfortable destination between work and home. It has comfortable lounges, an inviting eatery, exclusive library and inspiring garage space that hosts Lexus concept cars, among other installations.
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