On Tuesday, May 23, Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary architecture and interior design firm JAM hosted media, designers, influencers and industry friends at their Dumbo studio during NYCxDesign to celebrate the official unveiling of JAM Shop, now open to the public and trade by appointment. The shop serves as a new destination for one-of-a-kind vintage furniture, lighting, art and decor, all personally sourced by JAM co-founders and principals Joe McGuier and Megan Prime.
A mix of New York–based architects and designers attended the opening, including Laurie Carroll of Procurio, Cate Caruso of Studio C, Kate Mills of Romo and Kate Gray of Hamilton Gray Interiors. Also among the guests were Morgan Noll and Teddy Willson of Real Simple, Sophie Aliece Hollis of The Architect’s Newspaper and AN Interior, Rebecca Grambone of Architectural Digest and Samantha Weiss-Hills of Domino and Dwell, as well as other members of the press.
In an immersive showroom experience, JAM Shop offered guests the opportunity to mix, mingle and browse artfully curated vignettes featuring an assortment of unique, sought-after vintage pieces from around the world.
“We love the thrill of the hunt and are always on the lookout for items that have been made with the same love and attention we give our own work,” said McGuier.
“JAM Shop is more than just a trove of vintage and antique treasures—it’s a reflection of our design ethos and an essential part of JAM’s voice,” added Prime. “We’re thrilled to now share our hand-picked pieces more broadly and—very importantly to us—play a part in extending the reach and longevity of good design.”