Don't Fuggedaboudit! Maker's Market Furniture Showcase in Brooklyn

Don't Fuggedaboudit! Maker's Market Furniture Showcase in Brooklyn

Factory Floor launches a new pop-up fair with “Maker’s Market” Furniture Showcase, this weekend in Brooklyn. (courtesy Factory Floor)

Factory Floor, a new pop-up marketplace in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, will open this weekend with the “Maker’s Market” Furniture Showcase. Presented by Industry City at Bush Terminal, in collaboration with BKLYN DESIGNS and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, more than 40 local and independent designers and manufacturers will present lighting, furniture, wall coverings, and home accessories in a 22,000-square-foot space. Design students from the Pratt Institute will also be showing their wares.

Juniper Design Group’s Rivet Suspension Lamp (courtesy Factory Floor)

“Factory Floor provides a new opportunity to elevate Brooklyn as a worldwide epicenter of design and boutique manufacturing,” said Carlo Scissura, president and CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, in a statement. “Our goal is to remove the bottleneck that exists between design-savvy local consumers and the tremendous cache of indigenous talent creating their products in Brooklyn and city-wide.”

Makers Market will run through Sunday, October 27. Moving forward, the venue will feature rotating markets to support the creative makers movement in the Kings County borough, and help establish a unique presence in Industry City.

Exhibiting designers and companies include:

Juniper Design Group Inc.
Alexandra Ferguson
Roll & Hill
Christophe Pourny
Colleen & Eric: A Design Duo –
Pickett Furniture
Bell Boy
Evan Z. Crane
J Dunklebarger
Bien Hecho
Casa Kids
April Hannah
David Gaynor Design
Volk Furniture
Mi Mesita
Brooklyn Woods
Annie Evelyn
Cambium Studio
Reliquary Studio
KWH Furniture
Atocha Design
Stephane Hubert
La Chasse The Hunt
Ethan Abramsom
Ivory Build
Materia Designs
Andrew Hunt
Mark Grattan

David Gaynor Designs’ DGD Lounge Chair (courtesy Factory Floor) Ethan Abramson’s Irving Console Table (courtesy Factory Floor)

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