Discerning customers from around the world have made Machine Age the ultimate destination for fine modernist and contemporary furniture. Since 1991 owner Normand Mainville has translated his passion for mid-century design into a vast resource for outstanding vintage pieces from the 1920s through the 1980s.
Occupying 9,000 square feet on South Boston’s waterfront, the retail showroom houses New England’s largest collection of twentieth-century furniture, lighting, and objects d’art. Prominently featured are timeless works by the most innovative and visionary names in European and North American design: Charles & Ray Eames, Florence Knoll, George Nelson, Jens Risom, Edward Wormley, Vladimir Kagan, Harvey Probber, Hans Wegner, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder, and many others.
Machine Age also features one-of-a-kind artwork and custom productions. Offering a carefully chosen and constantly changing inventory, all pieces are in excellent original condition or refurbished with the finest textiles and quality finishes. The incredible selection provides limitless ideas for both private buyers and interior designers, whether looking to furnish the most elegant home or the most eclectic workspace. In addition, furniture and accessories are available as prop rentals for film, advertising, and editorial shoots. Machine Age also ships pieces nationally and internationally, allowing customers across the globe to access its diverse inventory.
Machine Age’s reputation for quality, knowledge, and service keeps a discerning clientele returning time and again.