On Friday, September 7th, Dresner Design did something no one else has done before. We designed and built a custom, Italian kitchen in the middle of River North, downtown Chicago for one day only as part of this year’s River North Design District Fall Gallery Walk.
We designed a 9’ Stosa kitchen island with smoked glass on the front and a light gray wood stain. We used a medium charcoal gray laminate with a smoky texture on the top of the island along with a sink and a Dornbracht faucet. The 6’ pantry – also from Stosa – included a pair of double ovens and refrigerator.
“Great design is for everyone. And that is what our Pop-Up Kitchen is about. We are bringing great design to the sidewalk for public consumption. People can walk right up and experience an Italian kitchen in a casual and fun environment without the pretense of an uptight showroom” – Scott Dresner
The kitchen is now on exhibit at Artspace 8, a new gallery in The Gold Coast of Chicago, specializing in contemporary fine art from paintings, prints, sculpture, to works on paper from emerging and established artists.
ARTSPACE 8 prides itself on taking a democratic approach to its affluent surroundings, engaging experienced collectors and the masses alike in the viewing and collecting of intriguing artworks through highly-curated exhibitions and events. Check it out now!