Twenty-first-century design connoisseurs can't get enough of this SoHo destination that's part store, part museum. You'll find subversive Cindy Sherman-designed Limoges teacups and saucers (they're decorated with images of the artist costumed as Madame de Pompadour), neon-bright stuffed nylon Mio Bears, and smooth-as-an-eggshell Spoon bathtubs. And you'll be left alone for as long as you like to appreciate the furniture, housewares, and objets displayed in glass vitrines or on raised platforms, all with placards explaining the provenance of each item.
Ask questions. While the atmosphere and suited-up staff can seem chilly, everyone who works here is friendly and happy to discuss the materials, manufacturing process, and assembly of all the products.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Monday - Closed
- Sunday - Closed
Shop Type:: Home