And we got one of the first looks. See it for yourself, now through May 8.

Address launched last night, and we have a big problem with it: we couldn’t bring everything home.At the third annual showcase of West Coast designers at the Waterfall Building, curator (and talented designer in her own right) Kate Duncan brings together a collective of locally produced furniture and decor that together form the makings of a dream home. Explore the curated offerings at the pop-up shop/gallery for yourself this weekend—the limited-engagement show runs through May 8, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Photo Gallery: Inside the 3rd Annual Address Show

IMG_1578Sculptural light fixtures from Propellor hang above various home tableaus.IMG_1573The goodies—all from Vancouver-based designers—were laid out much like a functioning home, complete with bedroom, dining room and living room.IMG_1595A dining table for six, designed by Kate Duncan.IMG_1594WoodReform builds its chic pieces (like this credenza) from found crates and pallets.IMG_1593This Nicholas Purcell Furniture sofa base features built-in side tables.IMG_1592Cozy Cloth Studio linens complete a bedroom furniture set by Kate Duncan.IMG_1589These Stefanie Dueck utensils are works of sculptural art.IMG_1590Steven Pollock‘s concrete creations pair perfectly with graphic pillows from Antipod Workshop.IMG_1587 More pretty pallet creations from WoodReform.IMG_1586 Outdoors, pots from Pot Inc. were bursting with spring blooms.IMG_1585 Ana Isabel Textiles weavings hang on the wall, adding a beautiful texture to the white-and-glass space.IMG_1581Concrete pots and terrariums add a touch of green to the collection’s muted palette.IMG_1577It’s part pop-up shop, part art gallery.IMG_1575Even the artwork is contributed by Vancouverites—like this abstract painting by Lauren Mycroft.IMG_1574Design-art objects from Lynn Falconer round out the selection.