welcome to the new age of design : 

NEXT:SPACE is a Detroit-based curator and retailer of furniture, functional objects and interior elements.

The NEXT:SPACE Showroom is located in Detroit's historic Fisher Building at 3011 W. Grand Boulevard, Suite 475, Detroit, MI  48202.

We work with local designers and craftsmen of outstanding skill and creative sensibility, helping them develop, exhibit and sell their work in Detroit and beyond. 

We celebrate the legacy of iconic design in Michigan and are devoted to nurturing the next generation of designers and collectors of important design. 

NEXT:SPACE also offers a curated program of design experiences and consulting services for residential and commercial clients to engage with important local design.

 Isabelle Weiss at the Cranbrook Art Museum exhibition "Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe".

Isabelle Weiss at the Cranbrook Art Museum exhibition "Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe".


NEXT:SPACE was founded in Detroit, Michigan by design curator and agent, Isabelle Weiss. 

Isabelle began her career working with mid-20th century art and design, first as an appraiser, later as the director of a boutique international auction house. 

Isabelle's work with mid century fine art and furniture led to her interest in contemporary design, specifically helping Detroit designers carry on Michigan's legacy of important design.

In 2014, Isabelle established NEXT:SPACE as a platform for local furniture designers to develop, exhibit and sell their work.

Working with over a dozen local designers, Isabelle has produced exhibitions, managed custom commission projects and held successful pop-up shops throughout Detroit, developing NEXT:SPACE into the premiere platform dedicated to local design.

While building NEXT:SPACE, Isabelle has worked with other local markets including real estate, architecture and interior design - always promoting the importance of Detroit art and design.

In addition to NEXT:SPACE, the highlight of Isabelle's work has been the completion of a year-long project with Broder and Sachse Real Estate to curate and commission site specific artwork for The Scott at Brush Park. The 30-piece collection features established and emerging Detroit artists, highlighting the exceptional design of the building and engaging residents with their community. Artists featured in the collection include: Jef Bourgeau, Matt Eaton, Joseph Konert, Erik and Israel Nordin, Paula Schubatis, Lisa Spindler and zuckerhosen.

With NEXT:SPACE, Isabelle continues to connect local design with an ever-growing range of clients, furthering the legacy iconic local design in Detroit and beyond.

Isabelle's interest in art, design and economics began at Cranbrook - where she graduated from the Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School -  and continued throughout her studies at the University of Michigan, from which she received a BA in The History of Art and Linguistics.