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Can A Century-Old Fire Station Be Transformed Into a Modern Furniture Showroom?

Can A Century-Old Fire Station Be Transformed Into a Modern Furniture Showroom?
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New York Fire Station Building Transformed into a Furniture Showroom

Ralph Pucci International Transforms Historic Firehouse into an Alluring Showroom

Pioneering furniture showroom, Ralph Pucci International, has refurbished a historic fire station house in New York. The century-old firehouse in Greenwich Village has been transformed into a sophisticated, artistic furniture showroom with a minimalist vibe. It is a charming blend of Ralph Pucci's signature aesthetic and the building's firehouse roots; a distinctive showroom displaying a curated selection of furniture and lighting in a museum-like environment.

Architectural Highlights

The firehouse's aesthetic beauty has been preserved by Dickie Frizzell, a New Zealand artist, who maintained the exterior and painted the allure of the inside walls. The space features a living room, kitchen, and pool table area that enhances the interactive shopping experience while keeping the former firehouse's spirit intact. The vintage building has a garage-like front, original roll-up doors, and brass firefighter poles, hence combining the old-world charm with modern sophistication.

Furniture on Display

The showroom houses a variety of brands and designers. The range includes: - Cabinets from Patrick Naggar - Chairs from Jens Risom - Lighting from Michael Anastassiades - Outdoor furniture from Chris Lehrecke - Sculptures from Ruben Toledo


Ralph Pucci's transformation of this historic fire station into a minimalist furniture showroom pays homage to its history while leading the way in modern furniture display and design. #NewYork #RalphPucci #FurnitureShowroom #HistoricBuilding #InteriorDesign #Furniture #Architecture #GreenwichVillage #MinimalistDesign #Preservation #DickieFrizzell #Firehouse #PatrickNaggar #JensRisom #MichaelAnastassiades #ChrisLehrecke #RubenToledo #ModernDesign

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