Lladró, the Spanish porcelain brand, has opened the latest lighting and home décor showroom in New York‘s D&D Building. Founded in 1953 by three siblings, Lladró has been acknowledged as the world’s most iconic and appreciated luxury brand of handcrafted porcelain sculptures. The brand stands for art and renown.
Distinguished nationwide and globally as the world’s most prestigious home to over 130 showrooms, the D&D Building represents more than 3,000 leading companies committed to the best in private and business interior furnishings, institutional opportunities, and resource data.
Influenced by the Impressionist movement, and paying tribute to one of the era’s greatest painters, the Monet side table is a sophisticated furniture piece with a modern design twist. Featuring both contrasting shapes and materials, from a geometric acrylic base to an organic surface made from cast brass, in a unique textured finish, the Monet is an exclusive furniture piece that stands out due to its perfectly balanced synthesis.
The showroom’s entrance in the D&D Building marks the beginning of porcelain as a developing ornamental staple in the interior design world. With the brand’s customizable lighting and ornamental items, designers can discover a variety of objects deserving exploring for the most minimalist interiors to the more common.
The showroom’s design idea displays the artistic, restlessly creative essence of the Lladró family ¬ the driving strength following the company’s growth. In the showroom’s interiors, we can find plenty of luxury furniture pieces from top luxury brands like Boca do Lobo.
The showroom, on the 15th deck of the building, is the ideal place to showcase the brand’s most fresh adventure into lighting, as well as its elegant home décor range, enclosed by the leading brands in the business.
It’s unique and ornamental aesthetic supports a large diversity of products, from symbolic decorations to more practical objects, including the company’s new venture in a lighting line.