The prolific British designer finally sets up his first U.S. storefront – a trade-only showroom in New York’s NoHo Design District.
Following what seemed an endless string of pop up boutiques, the esteemed designer has found a permanent home for his furnishings inside the legendary 1874 Brooks Brothers building at the corner of Bond and Broadway, just a stone’s throw from Herzog & de Meuron’s 40 Bond Street condo.
The interior retains the building’s brick arches, exposed brick walls and century-old pine floors, and this American heritage setting is the perfect foil for Dixon’s contemporary British design. The by-appointment-only showroom is home to his instantly recognizable signature pieces, along with recent additions to the collection, including the solid oak Peg seats, the Etch Web Light in stainless steel, and the Eclectic line of home accessories and tableware.
Tom Dixon is located at 670 Broadway, New York.