Pop Up Store

diptyque

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Most of the time, we start in different places and end up together. And there is a magic in that, in its randomness, its hopefulness, its singularity of chance.

Sometimes, however, we start in a similar place, but at different times – and naturally end up in the same place at the same time.

The Invisible Dog began its life as a flea market in 2009. To make space, to make money, to fill the space anew, what had been inside 51 Bergen Street needed to be sold off. In doing so, doors were opened and friends walked inside.

Since this opening, The Invisible Dog has been dedicated to providing a home for independent, commercial designers in various fields. Our ground floor gallery space now partially serves as a place for a rotating pop-up shop.

In the early 1960’s, at 34 boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris, three friends started a bazaar together – to match their passion for design, collecting, fulfilling their (and our) curiosity for the weird and the new. These friends and their bazar became diptyque.

diptyque is the most recent pop-up at the Invisible Dog.

Previous pop-ups include:
Anne Willi
Aesop
Tattly

If you are interested renting the pop-up space, email rental@theinvisibledog.org