Lifestyle and homeware brand Viso Project is bringing an eclectic furniture pop-up to Tribeca this month in tandem with NYCxDESIGN and the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. The temporary "Viso Collective Installation 2.0" gallery will feature curated home decor and vintage pieces, as well as installments by designers Andre Mellone, Giancarlo Valle and Michael Bargo.
The 5,000-square-foot space will showcase a number of high-quality interior items, including oak and leather-crafted arm chairs, fluorescent desk lamps, marble dining tables and vintage moroccan rugs. Accessories like blankets, pillows and vases add distinctive colorful patterns and geometric shapes to the mix, while Viso’s new "Re-Done" collection will offer up vintage furniture that has been reworked with exclusive fabrics.
For more design news, take a look at Sarah Andelman and Darcel Disappoints’ "FÖRNYAD" IKEA collaboration.
Viso Collective Installation 2.0
62 White St.
New York, NY 10013
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Unveiling our second exhibition tonight, Viso Collective featuring @michaelbargo @studiomellone @studiogiancarlovalle and a series of exclusive capsules, here is little teaser photographed by @pippa_drummond featuring bed frame from @lovehouseny ceramics by @jesssicahans and exclusive pillows and blankets soon available @matchesfashion and @modaoperandi #visoproject
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