- Unique in the High Point Market landscape, COHAB Space, housed in a former hosiery mill, is part art gallery, part event space, part garden and part showroom open to the trade year-round.
- Focused on one-of-a-kind finds from Asia, fueling a sense of discovery and encouraging the thrill of the hunt for high-end retailers and designers.
- Featured brands are Club Cu, reclaimed Elm dining furniture, Asian antiques, reproductions, and pottery; Blaxsand, outdoor teak, tables made from organic materials (roots from Indonesia), art and accessories; and Noorside, an Indonesian lighting line with hand-made bases.
Conceived as a maker space and creative hub for artists and the community, COHAB continues to evolve since its much-heralded launch four years ago, becoming something of a movement, as well as a resource. No two visits to the space are ever the same given that product is continually arriving and moving out again, and artists are often on hand to personally show their work and interact with guests. Yet, make no mistake, business is top-of-mind for this member of HPxD, as evidenced by the concern’s website which clearly delineates to the trade whether a product is currently in stock, on the water or backordered, across all categories. Buyers and designers are encouraged to apply for an account to access inventory information and price lists.