Online supplier of the Invisible Design High-Concept collection settles in a New York brownstone

A staple in the ever-growing international worlds of collectible design and luxury décor, Invisible Collection sets itself apart by serving as a highly curated resource that places particular emphasis on contemporary interpretations of age-old craftsmanship. Over the past six years, she has made bespoke and one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture produced exclusively for architects and interior designers available to a wider audience. The new permanent storefront of Invisible Collection, a converted Upper East Side brownstone in New York City, showcases this b2b-meets-gallery model that showcases much of its offering in a stylish yet bold domestic setting . The staging is intended to resemble the type of property a savvy collector might own and carefully name.

“Having a home in New York to present our collections has been one of our dreams since the creation of our company,” says co-founder Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays. “The United States is our strongest market; our American clients are exceptionally competent, fueled by their energy and modernity. It’s a chance to reach them more directly.

The townhouse, as it has been dubbed, will feature a program of rotating exhibitions showcasing new pieces from acclaimed talents such as Laura Gonzalez, Noe Duchaufour Lawrence and Charles Zana. Currently, Pierre Yovanovitch’s iconic furniture is joined by creations on loan from partner New York galleries such as Matter and Carvalho Park; works by Minjae Kim and Se Yoon Park, respectively. A nook on the ground floor has been meticulously landscaped by Karl Lagerfeld’s beloved Parisian bookshop 7L and offers topical titles. The prestigious bookseller provides the service of helping customers establish their own libraries. The influence of Chanel is felt everywhere with works made by the close network of artisans of the le19M heritage of the fashion houses: Lesage Interieurs, Studio MTX, Goossens and Lemarié, among others available.

The 1,752 square foot showroom was renovated by Lisbon-based multidisciplinary firm Garcé & Dimofski, with an emphasis on simple geometries and natural materials. This program complements the eclectic offering of the Invisible Collection and its commitment to timeless quality. The living room in a way is characterized by subtle decorative details that are unmistakably French in style. This new design venue, adjacent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, other Museum Mile institutions and a more entrenched set of art galleries, promises to be a treasured destination for collectors, architects and interior decorators. inside that seek to specify specific objects.

The Townhouse by Invisible Collection is now open at 24 E 64th Street New York, NY 10065.

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