New York, NY (PRWEB) September 1, 2005
BoConcept of Manhattan, the purveyor of Danish Home furnishings and known for its modern, modular, and affordable design furniture, has been chosen as the official home furnishings provider for the Olympus Studio backstage at New York's Olympus Fashion Week. Owners, Niki and Shaokao Cheng, are extremely honored and excited to be of part of this New York institution and look forward to bringing the best of BoConcept to the star studded lounge.
Niki, who is designing the Olympus Studio, is thrilled to introduce the chic and versatile designs of BoConcept furnishings to designers, celebrities and press. The lounge is inspired by clean lines of Scandinavian sensibility and emphasizes function and comfort. A few selected accessories from the 2006 collection will pull the space together. ÂThe fun and energizing environment will allow guests to catch their breath from the glitz and glamour of fashion weekÂ, says Niki
The studio showcases the flexibility of BoConcept. ÂThe furniture works like LegosÂ, says Shaokao. ÂSofas can be combined with different seats, covers, and legs; shelving units can be combined freely; chairs, tables and beds can be assembled in countless ways. They are all available in a range of beautiful colors, styles and materials. You can easily re-create the lounge in your home with your personal touch at a price you will love.Â
New YorkÂs Olympus Fashion Week is from September 9th through the 16th. For further information regarding BoConcept, please contact Shaokao Cheng at 646-336-8188.
Niki and Shaokao Cheng currently own and manage BoConcept Madison Avenue and Chelsea. Expansion plans for an additional three locations are in the works for the remainder of 2005.
BoConcept furniture has appeared on shows such as NBCÂs The Apprentice, BravoÂs Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and Style ChannelÂs Brini Maxwell Show. The company has also contributed towards charitable efforts such as The Rainforest Foundation, Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids, and the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.
Please visit http://www.boconcept.com for more information about the company and its furniture collections.