Reinforcing the importance of its special relationship with the United States, British design brand Tom Dixon is proud to announce the opening of its first toehold in New York in the shape of a contract-only show space for trade professionals at 670 Broadway and Bond Street.
The 1874 Brooks Brothers listed building will house a full display of our latest lighting, furniture and accessories collections, giving contract clients, architects and designers a place to meet and place orders while having the opportunity to experience and discuss Tom Dixon products firsthand, with its knowledgeable and expert U..S.-based staff on hand and available for product training.
This new location places Tom Dixon in the heart of the NoHo Design District, New York’s latest design destination, and just a stone’s throw from the Bleecker Street Theatre, which the brand transformed for its 2012 New York Design Week pop-up show London Underground.
Boasting historic brick arches, exposed-brick walls and 100-year-old pine floors, Tom Dixon’s landmark building lends a historic U.S backdrop to a new British design revolution. Meeting is by appointment only.