Lindsey Adelman has opened a new 5,000 square foot showroom to house her studio's sculptural lighting collections. Occupying the same building as Adelman's studio, the new showroom acts as both a creative laboratory and display space, providing clients with a glimpse into Adelman's hands-on, ever-evolving approach to product development.
Located in the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan, the new showroom encompasses over 10 years of creative work and archival material, offering clients access to a vast material resource library and offer a behind-the-scenes look at the studio's design process.
The showroom is intentionally designed to feel welcoming and livable while pushing the boundaries of how lighting pieces are traditionally installed. Various lighting pieces are on display, with rotating displays varying in size and type.
"Now more than ever, having more space, we're really able to serve our audience at a much higher level," commented Adelman. "A real motivation was to allow our design and sales teams to work together and meet clients. We find that since the great majority of our clients are designers and architects, they really love talking to other designers. And our clients like to get a sneak peek of behind the scenes process, so that was also part of the drive."
Photography: Stephen Kent Johnson