Between collection launches, architecture announcements, museum openings, and more, it’s hard to keep on top of all the news in the design world. Enter the Weekly Roundup, AD PRO’s regular callout of developing, overheard, and confirmed news that’s worth noting. Consider it our way of keeping you even more in the know.
RH Opens Brooklyn Outlet
Joining the creative denizens of Industry City (which include the likes of ABC Home, Flavor Paper, and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams) is RH, which has opened a new outlet in the Brooklyn neighborhood. Offerings include new models at 25 percent off, as well as discontinued products and floor samples and other slightly imperfect items. 34 34th Street, Building 6, Brooklyn. rh.com
Photo: Shannon Sturgis
Enoc Perez Launches Homewares Through Prospect
Hot off its collection with Judy Chicago the art-meets-product company Prospect has launched Paradiso, a collection of home and bar accessories by Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez. Fans of the artist who can’t spring for original work can fund coasters, trays, and a whimsical collection of drinks stirrers (inspired by vintage hotel ones the artist has collected throughout his life) at prices ranging from $18 to $375. “I love the idea of my works being available to a wider audience and coming more directly into people’s lives,” Perez says. “Why get something ordinary for your home when you can buy a piece of art?” prospectny.com
Photo: Courtesy of Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn Kids Launches Modern Children’s Line
There’s a new option in town for hip parents who want to raise stylish kids: This week, Pottery Barn Kids announced its Modern Baby line, a collection of nursery and children’s furniture that doesn’t short on style. The announcement comes in the wake of Pottery Barn Kids’s collaboration with West Elm on a Modern Kids line—looks like all those midcentury-loving millennials are starting to have kids! Modern Baby hits stores and potterybarnkids.com in July.
Rubelli Relocates Its Showroom and Archive
The heritage Italian textile company has moved locations in its hometown of Venice—and not to just any white-walled showroom space. Today, The Rubelli Group announced that its boutique and extensive archive will move to Ca’Pisani Rubelli, the family’s home in Piscina San Samuele. There, the archive will be available for viewing by appointment. San Marco 3393, Venice; rubelli.com
Photo: Courtesy of Lindström Rugs
Lindström Rugs Opens L.A. Showroom
Los Angeles–based Lindström Rugs has a new home: The company has just opened a 6,000-square-foot space in the West Adams district. The showroom shows off the company’s selection of contemporary rugs in a dramatic, black-walled setting with edgy artwork and an inviting outdoor space. 3717 West Jefferson Boulevard, Los Angeles; lindstromrugs.com
Photo: Courtesy of Fred Segal
The Novogratzes Open Pop-Up with Fred Segal
Also in Los Angeles, TV design couple Robert and Cortney Novogratz have opened a pop-up with Fred Segal. The monthlong event brings furniture, art, and home accessories by the Novogratzes to Fred Segal’s store on Sunset Boulevard. Many of the pieces are inspired by the Novogratzes’ hometown of Los Angeles. 8500 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles; fredsegal.com
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