The World's Newest Design Galleries

Four places you can discover one-of-a-kind objets d'art and trendsetting furniture.

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Washington, D.C.

Industry, industrygallerydc.com

Housed in a former auto-repair shop, this gallery sells industrial-chic design-art, including work by heavy hitters Tejo Remy and the Campana Brothers.

The Splurge

Nacho Carbonell's Skin table, $25,000

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London

Phillips de Pury at Saatchi, phillipsdepury.com

At this retail sister to de Pury's auction houses, find pieces like Oscar Narud's table with detachable legs and Study O Portable's hangable, handmade letters.

The Splurge

Raw Edges' Coiling barstool, $3,098

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Chicago

Volume, wvvolumes.com

This pop-up sells exclusive furniture editions by unsung Americans like Jonathan Nesci, who turns concrete and aluminum into luxe stools and tables.

The Splurge

Felicia Ferrone's Tuck bench, from $5,800

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Paris

Slott Gallery, exquisedesign.com

Founded by the owner of a sex-inspired furniture and gadget line, it focuses on body-themed installations like Andrea Knecht's latex-and-hay seating.

The Splurge

Mathieu Lehanneur's The Power of Love stereo, $16,700

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