Online design marketplace The Invisible Collection has opened the doors to its new London home, welcoming visitors in to discover interiors inspiration aplenty.
Forming a new creative hub for the brand, the three-storey Mews property in Marylebone has been sustainably renovated to house a changing selection of furniture and collectable pieces. Its high ceilings and spacious rooms provide the backdrop to the experiential setting where art and design collide.
Created with a warm and initing feel, much like a home, the main gallery area of the showroom features design highlights such as iconic wall lamps and sconces by Pierre Chareau, the luxurious Panther sofa by Studioparisien, and a stunning fitted floor-to-ceiling bookcase.
“Alongside the vast gallery space where our coveted designs will be on display, there is a fabulous materials library featuring a fantastic selection of samples encompassing stone, marble, wood, fabrics, and ceramic. The archives will be open to our clients and designers as we plan to work even more closely with them,” said co-founders Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays.
The opening of the new showroom and headquarters coincides with 5th anniversary of The Invisible Collection. To mark the occasion in style, a special art exhibition curated by Marie-Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, founder of Spirit Now, has been revealed.
On the unveiling of ‘Her Way to Say It”’ which celebrates female talent, Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays called it a “powerful exhibition” featuring the works of internationally acclaimed French artists Eva Jospin, Valerie Bélin, and Prune Nourry. The artworks will be on show until 30th April 2022.
“Next on our rich calendar of cultural activities is a solo show of selected designs by Oscar Niemeyer. The exhibit will be accompanied by a panel on the work and lasting influence of the great Brazilian master,” they add.
Photography by Vigo Jansons.
The Mews is open by appointment only, book to visit the Invisible Collection HQ in London. There are also showrooms in Paris and New York.
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