In Chicago, the massive façade of the Merchandise Mart rises from the banks of the Chicago River in the heart of the city. The Mart attracts thousands of people to its showrooms each year, serving as the hub for collaboration, education and inspiration for interior designers, architects, contractors, business owners and buyers. Just walking through the showrooms is inspiring and enlightening. Within its fortress-like appearance, the building has always had a mysterious air about it.
Chicago’s Merchandise Mart is a treasure trove for designers and consumers. In a city known for its architecture, Chicago’s Merchandise Mart stands out. Occupying 4 million square feet and nearly two city blocks — once the largest building in the world — the commanding Art Deco structure sits prominently on the Chicago River, making it a staple of architectural boat tours and easily recognizable to locals and tourists alike. Click Here to Read Full Article.
Fall is upon us, and a number of new showrooms, shops and galleries have recently cropped up. In our September roundup, all the expansions and openings to have on your radar. Click Here to Read Full Article.
The newly designed space features an all-in-one-place experience led by Kravet and popular Kravet Workspace concept, along with luxury brands Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils, and others Chicago, IL (September 10, 2020) – Design Center at theMART is excited to announce Kravet has relocated to a newly designed showroom at the historic Merchandise Mart in downtown Chicago. The space (6-121) will feature Kravet, as well as the company’s collection of luxury brands: Lee Jofa, GP
“On a daily basis, the Tai Ping l Edward Fields showroom transforms the most complicated custom designs into works of art that exceed expectations,” said Beth Hicks, Managing Director, Marketing for Design Center and Casual Market Chicago. “We are pleased to celebrate their continued commitment to designers, sparking inspiration through their brand-new showroom experience, continued dedication to personal service and expertise brought to each and every project.” Tai Ping and Edward Fields are two rich