A showroom setting — usually jam-packed and overflowing with product — is rarely inspiring. Not the case for Toronto-based Gus Modern. Their showroom was exquisitely arranged to show off their latest product and smartly styled with simple (and low-cost) displays of artwork and collections.
One of my favorite displays in the Gus Modern booth was the collection of bicycle handlebars — all painted white and mounted artistically on a wall. It's a great example of how repetition of a single simple object can transcend into art.
• NEW Stanley Collection of tables — dining, accent and coffee — and benches
• NEW Richmond Bi-Sectional Sofa (All Gus Modern upholstery is made with FSC certified wood frames.)
MORE INFO: Gus Modern
Images: Aaron Able
Posted originally from: AT:New York