We’re excited that our very first brick-and-mortar shop is set to open this June on lovely cobblestone-lined Wooster Street. Our new retail home just happens to be nestled in SoHo among a slew of galleries, cafes, fashion outposts and of course the impossibly cool people who inhabit this art-centric neighborhood. To introduce you to our nabe, we’ve drawn up a mini-guide with a few of our favorite places to eat, drink, browse and get inspired. Stay tuned as we update you with more locales we love in the coming weeks! Enjoy!
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We’re so lucky to have a wealth of galleries right at our finger tips here in SoHo. Stopping by during coffee breaks is a nice way to refresh the mind during long days in the office.
99 Wooster Street between Prince and Spring
Showcasing artists like Sol Lewitt (one of the abstract artists we love!) and Louise Bourgeois, the Peter Blum Gallery always has an interesting show primed for graphic inspiration.
47 Wooster Street between Broome and Grand
If you’re into abstract sculpture, video installation and mixed media presentation, Team Gallery is for you. We’re always impressed with this gallery’s range of madcap offerings, and we love garnering a sense of who’s who in the ever-changing world of up-and-coming avant-garde artists.
399 West Broadway at Spring Street
We’re always on-the-go here at DwellStudio and for those many trips back and forth between the studio on 6th avenue and our flagship store on Wooster, Ground Support has become our coffee standard. The staff always greets us with a smile and a steaming cup of Intelligentsia drip. Plus we think it’s a pretty good sign when you can cull outfit inspiration from your baristas.
83 Wooster Street between Broome and Spring Streets
When we need a break from staring at computer screens and falling down the rabbit hole of Pinterest browsing, the Phaidon bookstore provides a welcome escape. The white washed walls and exquisitely produced hardcover art books restore our faith in the potential of print publishing’s staying power.
131 Sullivan Street at Prince
Some days it’s necessary to unwind from a long day with a fancy little martini glass in hand, and The Dutch has become a go-to for many of the DwellStudio designers. With an open and airy interior, grand French windows and beautifully styled food presentations, we feel right at home here.