An all-new shopping experience at Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) will launch on September 6 with the grand opening of the CMOA Design Store.
Carefully curated to express CMOA’s sensibilities, with bold designs for the home, vibrant jewelry, and Pittsburgh’s best selection of books on art and design, the airy, newly renovated space will also feature changing seasonal products, exhibition-driven selections, and a special space for kids.
Encounter a collection of modern and contemporary seating towering above the entryway, displayed on a chair-wall reminiscent of the one in CMOA’s Ailsa Mellon Bruce Galleries. Designs include the FPE Chair by Ron Arad; Ami Ami Chair by Tokujin Yoshika; Masters chair by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitlet; Panton Chair by Verner Panton; and Price AHA Stool, Louis Ghost chair, and Ero/s/ Swivel Chair by Philippe Starck; as well as a colorful collection of recycled fiberglass chairs by Eames.
Ero/s/ Chair by Philippe Starck
CMOA Design Store is unique. With exclusive designers, including modern lighting by FLOS, cast resin tableware by Tina Frey, metalwork lighting and tableware by Tom Dixon, and ceramic tableware by Eva Zeisel, it champions the original. A new, sophisticated selection of jewelry includes exclusives by Delphine Leymarie and Pyrrha, as well as offerings by Alexis Bittar, Chan Lu, Stefanie Wolf, Addison Weeks, and Void Watches.
CMOA Design Store is a destination. Alessi brings the best in contemporary design home for everyday use, including kitchenware, vases, and barware. Home décor by Jonathan Adler, iitala, and Lumaire showcases distinctive products to suit any style.
Jewelry by Pyrrha
CMOA Design Store is current. Boasting Pittsburgh’s best selection of art, photography, architecture, and design books, there’s ample room for browsing.
CMOA Design Store is for families. We champion creativity. Nurture it with artful toys, books, and games, from making music to designing and building your own toys. Take some toys for a spin, with a new children’s seating area ready for play.
Get a sneak peek at the CMOA Design Store, open late on Friday, September 5, in conjunction with the free opening event for Sebastian Errazuriz: Look Again. Sebastian Errazuriz, one of the most exciting creative minds working today, brings his witty, surprising designs to CMOA’s Forum Gallery, steps away from the store. CMOA Design Store will offer a selection of Errazuriz’s products by Kikkerland, including the Drowning in Debt salt and pepper shakers and Tea for Two.
Tea for Two by Sebastian Errazuriz
Store is open during regular museum hours. Free parking for vehicles parked 30 minutes or less in the Carnegie Museum of Art parking lot.
All proceeds from CMOA Design Store support the exhibitions and educational programming of Carnegie Museum of Art.
Carnegie Museum of Art enriches people’s lives through art. The museum is committed to global engagement and regional advancement. We champion creativity and its importance to society with experiences that welcome, inspire, challenge, and inform. Our core activities—collecting, conserving, presenting, and interpreting works of art—make those experiences possible.
Carnegie Museum of Art
Located at 4400 Forbes Avenue in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art was founded by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1895. One of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, it is nationally and internationally recognized for its distinguished collection of American and European painting, sculpture, and decorative arts from the 19th century to the present. Founded in 1896, the Carnegie International is one of the oldest surveys of contemporary art worldwide. The Heinz Architectural Center, part of Carnegie Museum of Art, is dedicated to enhancing understand of the built environment through its exhibitions, collections, and public programs. The Hillman Photography Initiative serves as an incubator for innovative thinking about the photographic image. For more information about Carnegie Museum of Art, call 412.622.3131 or visit our website at www.cmoa.org.
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