British design brand Tom Dixon has staked its first toehold in the United States, a contract-only showroom for trade professionals in New York City.
The showroom, located at 670 Broadway and Bond Street, will house a full display of the company’s latest lighting, furniture and accessories collections, giving contract clients, architects and designers a place to meet and place orders while having the opportunity to experience Tom Dixon products first-hand.
Boasting historic brick arches, exposed-brick walls and 100-year-old pine floors, the landmark building lends a historic US backdrop to a new British design revolution.
This new location, in the heart of the NoHo Design District, is just a stone’s throw away from the Bleecker Street Theatre, which was transformed by Tom Dixon for the 2012 New York Design Week pop-up show, London Underground.
The showroom is open by appointment only. To make an appointment or for more information, email or call 201-984-5599.
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