Q Squared Design Opens Showroom at Forty One Madison

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NEW YORK-Q Squared Design, the two-year-old home goods company with a design team is in Italy and its own manufacturing facilities in China, has opened a 1,200-square-foot showroom on the 19th floor at Forty One Madison here. It will introduce its rainbow array of melamine tableware when the showroom opens for The New York Gift Show, Jan. 29-Feb. 3.

In adding Q Squared to the Forty One Madison community, Laurie Burns, the building's senior vice president, director said, "We are so excited to welcome such a forward-thinking company to Forty One. We first spotted Q Squared at a few of the overseas shows, and they've quickly emerged as a hot new player offering refreshing and inventive concepts for a new generation of consumers. This is a resource New York Gift Show buyers should make note of and, come April, New York Tabletop Market attendees will definitely want to visit."

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