Showroom openings, gallery exhibitions, and pop-up shops are all settings for new product launches. Check out the latest market introductions from top brands and designers.
1. Flos x Nendo introduces multi-functional lamp-furniture hybrid.
If you can dream it, can create it. Designer Oki Sato dreamed up Gaku, a multi-functional lamp and furniture piece that can be customized to fit the user. Thanks to , wish granted.
2. Interface adds nora® rubber flooring to its sustainable product lineup.
recently announced that its is officially part of the company's Carbon Neutral Floors™ program, rounding out its diverse portfolio of products.
3. Dedon opens a flagship store in NYC.
Along with its Upper East Side flagship's grand opening, showed some new colors and styles. In our February 2019 issue, we featured the Werner Aisslinger-designed Cirql in onyx, and the chair is now available in a palette of coordinating colors. Dedon also introduced a sled base option for the Aiir chair.
4. Eskayel debuts Matisse-inspired collection at Salon Design gallery.
Florals for spring? Well, the concept may or may not be groundbreaking, but for , it's definitely inspired. The Belize Blooms Collection includes wallpaper, fabric, and rugs, all displayed at Salon Design, a Boston gallery for emerging artists founded by Amanda Pratt.
5. MoMA Design Store introduces The Print Shop pop-up.
In addition to the already-popular prints that will continue to sell at its offshoot, the pop-up offers personal framing services. The Print Shop will run until March 25 at 81 Spring Street in SoHo.