The Future Perfect

David Alhadeff unleashed his home-goods-store-cum-gallery on a lonely corner in Williamsburg in 2003, and not only has the neighborhood changed significantly in the interim, but The Future Perfect has become the spot in the U.S. for up-and-coming industrial designers to launch their products. This ability to suss out new talent is all on display in the maze-like, slightly cluttered shop, from sculptural tomato red chairs to gazelle skulls that have been dusted with tiny crystals. 115 N. Sixth St. WILLIAMSBURG 718-599-6278, thefutureperfect.com

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