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Material Interiors: A Shoppable Apartment in New York, Design Luminaries Edition

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Material Interiors: A Shoppable Apartment in New York, Design Luminaries Edition

May 24, 2018

The latest in the world of shoppable apartments and restaurants (one of our design trends for 2018)? An installation in a David Chipperfield Architects–designed flat overlooking New York City’s Bryant Park, where everything is for sale. Material Interiors is the first pop-up installation by online collective Radnor (founded by Susan Clark, an alum of The Future Perfect), and features pieces from Egg Collective and Workstead (who also co-curated the exhibit), among others. Can’t stop by before it’s gone in June? Join us for a virtual tour.

Photography by Matthew Williams.

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Above: “Radnor and Workstead collaborated to create a fully functional interior that responds to the existing details of The Bryant, most notably the distinctive herringbone oak floors, honed terrazzo borders and wall cladding,” reads the brief for the installation. They then outfitted it with productsfurniture, and objets from the makers they feature in their online shop, like this Eleva Ceramic Planter by Farrah Sit.
the pop up also marks the debut of radnor&#8\2\17;s own in house furniture  10
Above: The pop-up also marks the debut of Radnor’s own in-house furniture and textiles line, Radnor Made, designed in collaboration with Portland, Maine–based furniture maker Adam Rogers and New York City–based Bunn Studio. Shown here is the Mae Sofa from the collection alongside Egg Collective’s Isla Coffee Table.
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Above: In the “dining room,” the Bone Dining Table 02 and Bone Chair 01 by Montreal woodworker Loïc Bard.
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Above: An artful home office is fitted with more from the Radnor Made collection: a Mae Desk with a tanned leather top, Mae Shelving, and an upholstered Pillar Dining Chair by Bunn Studio.
new items from workstead are also on view. in the bedroom: the mae bed wit 13
Above: New items from Workstead are also on view. In the bedroom: the Mae Bed with a caned headboard from the Radnor Made line, and two bleached-maple Tower Pendants by Workstead.

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Above: Radnor plans to launch more pop-ups and shoppable installations in the future; stay tuned.

We love the idea of seeing products in-situ. Take a virtual tour of more shoppable apartments and restaurants, from New York to Los Angeles to the United Kingdom:

Product summary  Item 7 150Item 8 151

mae bed
Radnor

Mae Bed

$9,000.00 USD from Radnor
mae sofa com
Radnor

Mae Sofa

$10,300.00 USD from Radnor
mae desk
Adam Rogers

Mae Desk

$6,750.00 USD from Radnor

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