KIOSK is a travel story depicted through objects, a collection of interesting things from around the world, a study of material culture, a shop, several people's efforts to preserve unique and indigenous objects, an installation, maybe just something other than what we are used...
This almost-secret curiosities shop stocks nifty (and inexpensive) utilitarian items collected from countries around the world. Mon-Sat: 12-7pm
Follow the Amazon Bird calls upstairs to this oasis 4 international design trinkets. Building is being demolished & store is relocating soon. Go! #KIOSKKIOSK
The guy at the counter is so nice! Wrapped my gift purchase for me at no charge. Really interesting pop up store
In a neighborhood where stores with similar a similarly curatorial approach to merch are super expensive, Kiosk has some cool cheap stuff--but could annotate their products a little less murkily.
World of deaigns...
Lovely little boutique
This is my secret place. "Somewhere only we know."
Love the hallway
If you are looking for unusual stores in Soho, Kiosk is the right place for you. Little design store with selection of cool stuff and gifts. Worth a visit.
Beautiful everydayish stuff from all over the world
A tiny museum of everyday objects you'd find in hardware and corner stores home and abroad. You'll discover things you never knew you needed and now can't live without.
This amazing museum-like store is loaded with novelty items from all over the world!
eu gostaria de ser o dono desta loja. uma das lojas mais criativas que conheço. I want to be a owner of this awesome and creative place.
A great inventory concept: at any given time, Kiosk will only sell product discovered in one country (in limited-edition) and a small series of ongoing items.
This secret spot is full of international home pieces (red lamp shades from Hong Kong, wooden utensils from Sweden), all displayed on illuminated shelves with typed-up tales of the item's origin.
Head up the stairs on Spring and check out this dazzling display of (mostly) diminutive design highlights from around the world. From Japanese pens to German kitchenware.
Best place EVER for unique last-minute affordable gifts. Did I say unique? This is what every little pillow/trinket shop in Brooklyn WISHES it could be.
A lovely bunch of things. Bird call, Kite and Ice cream scoop. Christmas shopping done!
Yes, those sketchy, graffiti-lined stairs lead to an amazing exhibition-style second floor filled with geography-themed curiosities. Perfect for gift shopping, you'll be glad you were brave.
Great place for everyday, colorful design. Follow the big pink arrow to find the entrance.
cheap random gifts, candy is better. buy some icelandic candy today
Best gifts/trinkets tet
If you are in Soho, make the trip up the stairs to find a super eclectic design store.