Last month, over 700 members of the design community descended on Soho to celebrate the opening of Salvatori’s first U.S. showroom. In recent years, the Italian stone company has grown in scale and notoriety due to a growing line of bathroom and home decor products produced through partnerships with established figures in the A&D community like Piero Lissoni, Kengo Kuma, and John Pawson, among others. For its debut New York space, Salvatori CEO Gabriele Salvatori landed on one of these trusted experts, global design studio Yabu Pushelberg, to establish the brand’s Italian identity within the context of this posh New York neighborhood.
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