Andrew Hollingsworth, Chicago’s go-to guy for Nordic niceties, is relocating his gallery from River North to the up-and-coming Kinzie Corridor neighborhood as of August 1, and going appointment only. He’s still got the best selection of furniture and accessories from great Danes like Ole Wanscher, Hans Wegner, and Finn Juhl (the chairs shown above are Juul-Moller and the sofa is Frits Henningsen), but now you’ll just have to call ahead. Hollingsworth cites an increasingly Web-based business, steep River North rents, and a desire to be part of a hip new area (Modern Times, Nate Berkus , Wright, Post 27 , and the MCA Warehouse will be new neighbors) as motivation for the move. Oh and he’s also publishing a coffee-table tome on Danish Modern design next month that I’m psyched to add to my library.

–BRADLEY LINCOLN

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Danish Modern on the Move

Andrew Hollingsworth, Chicago’s go-to guy for Nordic niceties, is relocating his gallery from River North to the up-and-coming Kinzie Corridor neighborhood as of August 1, and going appointment only. He’s still got the best selection of furniture and accessories from great Danes like Ole Wanscher, Hans Wegner, and Finn Juhl (the chairs shown above are Juul-Moller and the sofa is Frits Henningsen), but now you’ll just have to call ahead. Hollingsworth cites an increasingly Web-based business, steep River North rents, and a desire to be part of a hip new area (Modern Times, Nate Berkus , Wright, Post 27 , and the MCA Warehouse will be new neighbors) as motivation for the move. Oh and he’s also publishing a coffee-table tome on Danish Modern design next month that I’m psyched to add to my library.

Andrew Hollingsworth, Chicago’s go-to guy for Nordic niceties, is relocating his gallery from River North to the up-and-coming Kinzie Corridor neighborhood as of August 1, and going appointment only. He’s still got the best selection of furniture and accessories from great Danes like Ole Wanscher, Hans Wegner, and Finn Juhl (the chairs shown above are Juul-Moller and the sofa is Frits Henningsen), but now you’ll just have to call ahead. Hollingsworth cites an increasingly Web-based business, steep River North rents, and a desire to be part of a hip new area (Modern Times, Nate Berkus , Wright, Post 27 , and the MCA Warehouse will be new neighbors) as motivation for the move. Oh and he’s also publishing a coffee-table tome on Danish Modern design next month that I’m psyched to add to my library.

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