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Design lovers and Dublin’s top interiors insiders gathered in Dublin’s trendy Fumbally Exchange for the launch of RESIDE W2W’s all-new domestic furniture offering. Hosted by leading Irish interior designer, Suzie McAdam, the launch event treated guests to a sneak peek of the RESIDE offering. Open from Thursday, 4th May, until Saturday, 6th May, 2017, the pop-up showcased some of the leading furniture brands in the RESIDE portfolio such as Fritz Hansen, Knoll Studio, Moroso and many more.
Managing Director of RESIDE, Michael Clarke introduced special guest, Christian Andresen, head of design at Republic of Fritz Hansen. Suzie McAdam, who hosted a series of sold-out interiors masterclasses for the public at the RESIDE pop up, interviewed the Danish design legend about the value of investing in good design, his most loved pieces from RESIDE, his own creative background in design and his dos and don’ts for timeless interior style.
Speaking at the launch, Managing Director of RESIDE, Michael Clarke said “Our passion for interior solutions through creative design began over 20 years ago, focusing mostly on the workplace. Now with RESIDE, we are delighted to bring these years of creativity and expertise to residential customers. RESIDE marries the best of leading international brands with a team that understands how to provide solutions for living too, offering customers unrivalled access to everything from design classics to ultra-contemporary pieces.”
The RESIDE pop up, which was open to the public for just three days at The Fumbally Exchange, showcased some iconic design classics including the Saarinen dining suite from Knoll and Arne Jacobsen’s Egg chair from Fritz Hansen, along with contemporary pieces such as the Gentry sofa from Moroso. The pop-up also featured the Irish debut of the Lune sofa from Fritz Hansen, which was launched just a few weeks earlier in Milan.