Geneva is a global city and a worldwide center where you can find every type of business. This is also the second-most populous city in Switzerland! As so this city is full of amazing showrooms. In today’s article, you will find out our favourite Top 15 Geneva Showrooms!
Artopia is a name that has become in a few years synonymous with elegance, originality, and quality in the field of interior and exterior furniture, as well as decoration. Anticipating trends and always on the lookout for new products, this showroom also presents many brands of Italian designer furniture. Artopia attaches great importance to the quality of the furniture offered and presents high-end furniture for its customers seeking quality, originality, and design.
Deer Home recently moved location, which allowed them to take up an impressive corner plot in Eaux-Vives. Partners Laura Andrieu, an interior designer, and Elodie Alvariez, an architect, will help with any renovation projects. From planning to realization, they can advise their clients’ on choices of fittings, materials, custom made furniture, lighting, made to measure curtains as well as finishing touches. They also offer a selection of smaller items produced by artisans or young designers.
This place is recommended for people who are into the Scandi/Nordic fix. Covering 70 m2, this Eaux-Vives boutique was started in 2013 by Swedish interior designer Malin Miller. Here you’ll find all the hygge you could ever wish for. Furniture, lighting as well as accessories, and gifts from brands such as Muuto, String, Menu, and Design House Stockholm are on offer.
Dunia has been in Geneva for over 25 years. In their current location for the past 9 years, this vast industrial space close to Eaux-Vives soon to be renovated train station, allows them to showcase their vast range of teak wooden furniture, Belgian rugs, British-made sofas as well as lighting and other interior items. Over 300 models, which range from classic to contemporary, are regularly updated. Custom made furniture is also on offer to their clients.
5. Dupin 1820
Dupin 1820 showroom’s main goal is to stimulate your senses and your imagination. The showrooms extend over more than 1500 m2 to help their clients to define their future project. Accompanied by one of their interior designers, the client will be able to refine their choice through looking and touching, measuring spaces, contemplating fabrics and trimmings, furniture and kitchen facilities, dressing rooms, bedrooms and lounges, rugs, and carpets.
6. Le Salon du Design
Intimate and warm, this event in Geneva is already in the fourth edition. The Salon du Design brings together over 1,300 m2, around thirty handpicked merchants from all over Switzerland and Europe. The fair primarily favors physical points of sale as well as professional antique dealers. Specializing in 20th-century design and being able to testify to expertise in the field, they offer the visitors the guarantee of a shopping experience in complete confidence.
7. Les Enfants Terribles
This showroom was established in 2005 and is located near Plainpalais in an old renovated garage. Their workshop and boutique are a real find for the first-time visitor. Vintage items are transformed into modern design items in their workshop whilst new items such as textiles, furniture, lighting, and accessories from design houses Muuto, Heidi+James, String Furniture, Eric Jorgensen, Jielde, and Reine Mére are also beautifully displayed in this funky industrial space.
8. Les Illuminés Design XXème
If you are a fan of 20th-century furniture and lighting design from America, Denmark, France, or Italy, this is where you’ll find that special piece to round off your collection. Installed in Plainpalais in Geneva, this showroom shares their passion for beautiful objects from the 20th century and looks for emblematic names in design for their clients. They offer original and quality parts for knowledgeable and demanding customers, with a predilection for designer lighting, the collection brings together an ever-expanding eclectic choice.
9. Living Tradition
More than 300 m2, 77 brands, and in the heart of Geneva, the Living Tradition showroom welcomes you 6 days a 7. In a hushed atmosphere conducive to projects, they welcome their clients to this ideal setting to discuss, establish and develop their ideas and desires. The showroom team will advise their clients to achieve their requests by harmonizing the furniture, fabrics, and floors of their clients’ homes.
10. LO Geneva
LO Geneva allows their visitors to discover the diversity of their range of products in its showroom. In dialogue with their on-site consultants, the clients can clarify all questions regarding the layout of the offices and obtain detailed advice.
Magenta supports its clientele in the realization of its interior and exterior design projects. The team’s priority is to listen to their clients’ needs. With its showroom, Magenta offers more than 1,500 m2 of inspiration to individuals and construction professionals! This Swiss company takes a new look at interior design and stands out for the tailor-made solutions it develops for its clients’ projects.
12. Ormond Editions
Since 2008 Ormond Editions represents a range from the most esteemed to the emerging talents of contemporary design. Its showrooms in the heart of Geneva showcase a carefully curated mix of prestigious furniture, lighting, and objects, reflecting its respect for artisanal craftsmanship and materiality. Having built close collaborative relations with the international clientele which includes architects and interior designers, Ormond Editions has proved to be one of the key players in the field.
13. Roche Bobois
Roche Bobois is the story of two families that nothing predestined to meet: the Roche and the Chouchan. They embark on the distribution of the best specialists in contemporary French furniture, strongly inspired by the Bauhaus, such as Minvielle, Steiner, or Airbome, but also in the publication of projects by renowned designers such as Pierre Paulin or Marc Berthier.
14. Teo Jakob
In 1950, Theodor Jakob took over his father’s upholstery and wallpapering business, which had existed in Bern’s old town since 1914. It gives the shop a completely new character: modern, functional furniture, Bauhaus icons and avant-garde design from Scandinavia and Italy replace plush and nostalgic homeland style.
15. Timothy Oulton
The quintessentially British concept store (part furniture showroom, part lounge/bar) offers traditional craftsmanship and it has opened in 2014 in Geneva. The store extends to 500m2 over three floors. Old sporting memorabilia, vintage maps, cushions, huge leather sofas, glittering chandeliers, sideboards, ottomans, and chests of drawers are displayed in spectacle room sets.