Posts Tagged ‘vintage pieces’

The Webster store by Chris Osvai, New York

November 20th, 2017

Colourful, plush, and furnished with an abundance of custom-made furnishings and fixtures, the store oozes the vibe of a sophisticated private apartment.

Voda bar by Korpus, Moscow – Russia

October 13th, 2017

The ground floor setting at Voda comprises of exposed brick walls, embellished with precision cut-outs filled with architectural forms and objects, a plaster-cast bar with stools accompanied by a large table, a dark wooden ledge that subtly runs along one side of the room, and last but not least, a limestone-covered staircase whose robust spatial features amplify the visual drama. Upstairs the atmosphere shifts to homey and relaxing with a lounge area to match.

“The After Party” by SYNC|STUDIO in The Curtain Hotel, London – UK

September 8th, 2017

We created the LA inspired ‘Electric’ display to create the perfect backdrop for the vintage pieces. Our team tapped into their Californian roots, and channeled punk rock LA vibes by utilising reclaimed raw wooden palettes, and a cladded concrete effect floor to create an industrial look and feel.

Alfieri Nove Hotel by Zpstudio, Florence – Italy

May 23rd, 2016

The choice of tunefully mixing vintage pieces to contemporary or custom made furniture has given a unique and charming mood to the interior setting.

Hôtel Exquis by Exquise Esquisse, Paris – France

December 19th, 2015



French interior designer Julie Gauthroncollaborates with street artists to give Elegancia’s new Paris hotel, the ‘Exquis’, a vibrant and surrealist edge.

Aesop Store by Vincenzo de Cotiis Architects, Milan – Italy

October 13th, 2015



Aesop has opened its first Italian store in Milan\’s historic Brera neighbourhood.

Siblingsfactory Store by Julien de Smedt, Brussels – Belgium

April 13th, 2015

Siblingsfactory Store by Julien de Smedt, Brussels – Belgium

Vase de Delft jewellery by centdegrés, Paris – France

February 23rd, 2015

The Art Deco showcases and the furniture are glorified by rare and sophisticated materials, such as shagreen. The architecture illustrates the importance bestowed through its details, by opening the doors of this enchanting universe you will live a spellbinding experience, an invitation to dream.

Fott store by Wowhaus, Moscow

January 28th, 2013

The retail space has been set up to allow maximum flexibility and easy reconfiguration. Existing concrete walls and floors have been retained and matched with new materials such as dark wood, metal and wired glass.

Pitfield London café, retail and exhibition space by Shaun Clarkson & Paul Brewtser, London

January 15th, 2013

In December, interior designer Shaun Clarkson and textile designer Paul Brewtser opened Pitfield London, a retail and exhibition space in East London’s design central: Shoreditch. This curiosity shop acts as a café and community space and shop with constantly changing objects and exhibitions.