In our monthly showroom roundup, all the expansions and openings to have on your radar.
Outdoor furniture brand Dedon opened a 5,600-square-foot Manhattan showroom. Designed by Copenhagen-based design studio GamFratesi, the showroom features exposed brick, wood frames and other naturalistic features.
Italian porcelain company Fiandre opened its first New York showroom earlier this month. The 4,000-square-foot space is the brand’s fifth in the U.S., geared toward trade professionals and design aficionados. (36 East 31st Street, Suite 202, New York)
Holly Hunt opened its first standalone Boston showroom early this month. Currently at a temporary space at the Boston Design Center, the brand will move to a flagship in the building in 2020. In addition to its own furnishings and accessories, Hunt’s Boston showroom will carry Vladimir Kagan, as well as Dedar, Donghia and Rubelli, Jim Thompson, Mokum, Rose Tarlow, Gregorious Pineo, Mattaliano, Corbin Bronze, Pagani, and Aesthetics. (1 Design Center Place, Suite 401, Boston)
Canadian modern furniture brand EQ3 opened its second U.S. location, in Chicago (the first is in San Francisco), and plans to open two more in Lincoln Park this summer. The design center, in the middle of the shop, will offer free design consultations. (51 East Ohio Street, Chicago)
Madison, Wisconsin–based appliance brand Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cove opened a 7,500-square-foot showroom and demo kitchen in Miami. The space will host programming involving food and the rooftop terrace.
Atlanta- and New York–based architecture firm Historical Concepts has begun building a new 7,000-square-foot office and design studio in Atlanta, set to open later this year. (414 Bill Kennedy Way, Atlanta)
New York–based design firm Pembrooke & Ives is becoming bicoastal, opening an office in Los Angeles in early May.
Lladró Lifestyle Barcelona is the first porcelain lifestyle showroom in Spain. It was designed by architect Hector Ruiz and features not only Lladró porcelain, but other home decor and jewelry brands as well.
De Le Cuona opened a 2,152-square-foot showroom in London, featuring furniture, a color lab with every fabric in every shade, and other vignettes geared toward both the trade and consumers. (44 Pimlico Road, London)