Published on:
20th November 2014

Opening Flagship Store in Zagreb

Croatian Design Superstore is settling down!

We had a good season of popping-up in Zadar for 3 months and in Dubrovnik during the Days of Creative & Culture Industries (Dani kreativnih i kulturnih industrija), but with the days getting colder it has come the time to find ourselves a warm & cosy place to stay at. We’re excited to announce we’ll be opening the door of Croatian Design Superstore in February 2015 in the city centre of Zagreb, just a tram station away (or a hundred meter walk on the wintery air, whichever you prefer) from the main square – at Martićeva 4. The CDSS flagship store will be situated on the 200m² ground floor which is currently being renovated. Visitors will be able to see & buy original products designed by Croatian designers as well as mingle and get a cup of coffee or mulled wine at the coffee corner. The centre is going to be divided in two areas – the exhibition space & coffee corner on the ground floor and the design studio working area on the first floor gallery.

In addition to these news, Croatian Design Superstore will be hiring new employees and adding new designer products to the showcase in the final week of November.

The days of popping up are not over, though! We’re still very eager to visit as many places as we can, but – you’ll have to agree – it’s always nice when you have a home to get back to after the visit is over.


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