Latest Pop-Up Collections at BDC
This fall and winter Boston Design Center is home to an assortment of inventive and inspiring pop-up collections—but hurry! These seasonal pop-ups are only here for a limited time. The BDC’s current pop-ups—Liz Roche and Room 68—are no strangers to embracing the relationship between innovation and design with their unique craft and inventory.
Liz Roache is not only known for bold and bright colors that stylize her fine art prints, but brings an impressive teaching background to the BDC, having taught at The Museum of Modern Art and The DeCordova Museum. She designed exclusive products for the MOMA, and now brings her talents to a the BDC, where she will host highly anticipated drop-in lessons that will explore color theory, pallets, and design. Browse her colorful works, inspired by Albers and The Bauhaus. See Liz’s latest work and learn about her process at 21 Drydock Avenue, Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Founded in 2011 by Brent Refsland and Eric Portnoy, Room 68 first opened its doors in the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain. Since then the showroom has relocated to Provincetown, Massachusetts where it has become a well-known destination on P-town’s bustling Commercial Street. The collection is thoughtfully curated—highlighting emerging design and art for your home, workplace, and self. Room 68 celebrates contemporary design and fine art from around the world with an emphasis on emerging New England based artist and designers. Stop by Room 68 at 19 Drydock Avenue, Wednesday-Friday, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.