Scavolini's Flagship Store Opens in Soho
Italian kitchen design powerhouse Scavolini recently opened up a 10,000-square-foot flagship store in Soho, their very first in the United States. The 15 vignettes inside reflect Scavolini at its best: high-end contemporary minimalist kitchens that showcase the power of line, proportion, color, and detail. One of the most remarkable aspects of the kitchens is the use of textures and materials—rich wood, sleek glass, and stainless steel abound in the showroom, creating truly covetous spaces. Here we share a few glimpses of today's grand opening.
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- Minneapolis-based furniture company Blu Dot is setting up a flagship shop in Soho. Earlier this week the company announced it will open the first-ever Blu Dot store in December.
- A collection of some of our favorite kitchen renovations from our archives.
- This year, at almost every stall at Eurocucina we felt at home, noticing a serious trend in kitchens and living rooms coming together.
- Back in 2009 we ran a conversation with Masamichi Katayama about the incredible Japanese retail design outfit Wonderwall.
Alessi, the renowned kitchen and housewares company, will be running a Holiday Promotion through the month of December. From December 1st to December 31st receive a $20 coupon for every $100 spent at Alessi. Use the coupon between January 1st and January 31st, 2012, towards purchases at the NYC and San Francisco store locations. Coupons cannot be used with any other promotion, and cannot be exchanged for cash. Offer void after January 31st, 2012.
All lighting products purchased from October 24 through November 15, 2009 will be discounted by 15% in
the following Kartell Flagship locations:
Kartell Flagship Store Boston
10 Saint James Avenue
Kartell Flagship Store Los Angeles
313 North Robertson Boulevard
Kartell Flagship Store Miami
155 NE 40th Street
Kartell Flagship Store New York
39 Greene Street
Kartell Flagship Store San Francisco
501 Pacific Avenue
- Interior and furniture designer Nick Dine—son of pop artist Jim Dine—has a love-hate relationship with his 2,000-square-foot Hudson Square condo loft.