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Brief Published: 9 Nov 2010

Grand Central Kiosk


Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum has opened a pop up version of its museum shop in Grand Central Station, NY. The kiosk, located in the Graybar Passage, will carry 25 products including products such as patterned tapes and Miller Goodman’s wooden Playshapes. Head of retail at the museum, Gregory Krum, says the new kiosk is intended to be “a gem like thing in a dark and gritty passage”.

Open Monday-Saturday until the end of January 2011.