Visit our Italian Mid Century Furniture Gallery
Our Mid Century Modern Furniture & Art gallery is located in Jersey City at only 15 minutes from the Holland Tunnel which connects New York City with New Jersey. We are located in an old industrial building sharing our creativity with many other artists, architects, wood workers and retailers. Just the perfect place to network and connect. We are open by appointment only and we offer shuttle service from path stations or bus stations to our place. Our gallery is filled with authentic Italian Mid Century Modern Furniture pieces and exclusive Mid Century Modern Lighting. You will find Mid Century Sofas and Lounge Chairs, Mid Century case pieces, vintage accessories and Italian Designers Lighting from the 20th Century period.
Rent our Mid Century Furniture Gallery
We offer daily rentals or weekly rentals for photo shoots. Our gallery is unique and different from any other location: it features an industrial modern look but filled with vintage flair. Retro Modern appeal, filled with Italian Mid Century Modern design pieces, abundance of light or shadow, old vintage wood flooring, very high ceilings, industrial exposed beams ceilings and lovely Italian Mid Century design furniture completed by 20th Century lighting. Contact our customer service specialists for rates and availability at 1877 332 6769.
Designer Lighting Assessment
Our Italian lighting service specialist has worked as a gallery curator and as a collector and retailer, for almost twenty years, with a special focus on Italian lighting and space age designs produced between 1970s and 1980s. If you need evaluation and assessment on Italian designer lighting contact our customer service specialists.
Our lighting collection has featured works by Ettore Sottsass, Joe Colombo, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Gae Aulenti, Gaetano Pesce; these are only some of the names that have revolutionized the concept of Design for the past 60 years and thanks to the total support of Italian lighting companies such as Artemide, Flos, Sarfatti and many others they were able to create unique and one of a kind lighting products..
Our policy with regard to the lighting we sell is to leave them as much as possible to their natural state with minimum restoration unless strictly necessary for conservation. In our view an object retains its charm and value even, and especially, in the imperfections and signs that the passing of time has left on them. We believe that time is indissociable from the creative work that lives and matures: you need to respect the integrity and the natural state of every historic piece, avoiding superficial cosmetic interventions and restoring only when strictly necessary for conservation.