February 26, 2013

Tom Dixon’s U.S. Showroom Opens in NY Landmark

Tom Dixon’s first U.S. showroom shows off its historic brick arches and early 20th-century pine floors.

Downtown New York is abuzz with news of British designer Tom Dixon’s long-awaited U.S. showroom, now open in the landmark 1874 Brooks Brothers building in NoHo. A full range of lighting, furniture and accessories is available by appointment only on the fifth floor, with a stateside staff on hand for product training.

The 1,200-square-foot new space is “just a stone’s throw from the Bleecker Street Theatre,” says Tom Dixon, “which we transformed into [the pop-up show] London Underground for New York Design Week last year.”

The space is, Dixon says, “our first toehold in New York,” offering the latest collections and staff suggestions.

“We wanted,” Dixon says, “to create a space in New York where our clients and architect and designer friends over the pond could come to get a taste of how we run things at our secret lair in London.”

The landmark 1874 Brooks Brothers building in NoHo.

Contact Alex Wisnioski for further information or to book an appointment.

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