We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Headquarters nestled in a lovely Mews in the heart of Marylebone. The three-storey building was entirely renovated in line with sustainable and green methods, including ecological materials and energy-efficient heating systems.
Alongside the vast gallery space where our coveted designs will be on display, there is a fabulous materials library featuring a fantastic selection of samples encompassing stone, marble, wood, metal, fabrics, ceramic… The archives will be open to our clients and designers as we plan to work even more closely with them and collaborate on their exciting projects.
“After two challenging years we are so excited to be able to gather again, together under one beautiful roof. – say our co-founders Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays. We see this as The Invisible Collection’s new home – where our vision of lifestyle and joie de vivre combine with our passion for design, art & culture! This is somewhere our clients, designers, artisans, and other individuals from across the globe can visit – and feel at home…”
Indeed, one will immediately feel at home upon discovering the experiential setting of desirable pieces of furniture by our star designers.
The gorgeous Panther Sofa by Studioparisien is paired with the bold Minotaure Armchair by Pierre Augustin Rose; the iconic Giraffe Chairs by Juliana Lima Vasconcellos – dressed in elegant Dedar fabric- form an eye-catching ensemble opposite the desirable Mawu Chairs by Laura Gonzalez.
Some lovely coffee tables, including Duo Multi Laque, Luco and Swan, dot the space graced by more elegant sofas and accent armchairs. The overall atmosphere is underscored by an elegant display of sconces and wall lights by Pierre Chareau.
Mirroring The Invisible Collection’s ethos, the space will house many exciting cultural events, including solo shows, themed dinners and talks about art & design. A taste of this can be seen with the inaugural exhibition “Her Way to Say It,” a powerful display of artworks by renowned French female artists, guest-curated by Marie-Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre. Next on our rich calendar of cultural activities is a solo show of selected designs by Oscar Niemeyer. The exhibit will be accompanied by a panel on the work and lasting influence of the great Brazilian master.
The Mews is open for visitation by-appointment-only; book now, we look forward to welcoming you to The Invisible Collection’s new home!
2-4 Huntsworth Mews, London