CHESTNUT HILL, N.J.–Lalique’s architecture and design history will be on view during the luxury crystal company’s first Interior Decoration Exhibition at Bloomingdale’s here this afternoon.
Featured in the IDE are an array of furniture and lighting pieces including crystal tables, consoles, mirrors, chandeliers, sconces, lamps, door handles, door knobs, cabinet knobs and architectural panels. Highlights of the IDE include Lalique’s timeless Cactus Table that will make an appearance alongside the Chene and new Orgue chandeliers created by Studio Andree Putman.
“We are thrilled to be bringing the Lalique architectural universe to Bloomingdale’s Chestnut Hill. Customers, architects and designers alike can see firsthand the artistry and know-how of Lalique craftsmanship and the wide range of possibilities that these Lalique products offer in any setting,” said Maz Zouhairi, president of Lalique North America.
Lalique and Bloomingdale’s have built a longstanding partnership,” said Joe Laneve, senior vice president and general merchandise manager of home furnishings at Bloomingdale’s, in a statement issued by Lalique. “We are excited to feature these timeless and unique pieces in Lalique’s first Interior Decoration Exhibit for our customers at Chestnut Hill to enjoy.”
Bloomingdale’s VIP’s will gather for a private luncheon to celebrate the occasion. Afterwards, from 2-4 p.m., the event is open to the public. Lalique ambassador Craig Zehms will present the IDE and outline Lalique’s achievements. The exhibit will be open to the public through Sept. 15.