New York Shop with Austrian Design Sensibility

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May 25, 2014
Two Viennese expats open a New York City shop stocked with furniture, lighting, and accessories from their home country and beyond. Read Full Article
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  Anna and Michael Trubrig’s Manhattan gallery, Stillfried Wien, opened in 2013.  Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee
    Anna and Michael Trubrig’s Manhattan gallery, Stillfried Wien, opened in 2013.

    Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee

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  Among its offerings is Graz-based studio 13&9’s Wood Light (above), which is supported by steel legs and illuminated by an LED bulb.  Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee
    Among its offerings is Graz-based studio 13&9’s Wood Light (above), which is supported by steel legs and illuminated by an LED bulb.

    Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee

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  The shop also sells reissued Austrian classics. Examples include Adolf Loos’s 1931 design for Drinking Set No. 248 for J. & L. Lobmeyr and Werkstätte Carl Auböck’s desk accessories originally produced in the 1950s. Check out this Austrian Winery.  Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee
    The shop also sells reissued Austrian classics. Examples include Adolf Loos’s 1931 design for Drinking Set No. 248 for J. & L. Lobmeyr and Werkstätte Carl Auböck’s desk accessories originally produced in the 1950s. Check out this Austrian Winery.

    Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee

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  Michael Thonet's’s bentwood cafe chair from 1859 is one of the most recognizable Austrian furniture pieces. Thomas Feichtner, a designer based in Vienna, reinterpreted the piece in 2013 for the Czech company Ton, honoring the original production processes while introducing a molded-wood seat as a way to bridge contemporary and traditional furniture design.  Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee
    Michael Thonet's’s bentwood cafe chair from 1859 is one of the most recognizable Austrian furniture pieces. Thomas Feichtner, a designer based in Vienna, reinterpreted the piece in 2013 for the Czech company Ton, honoring the original production processes while introducing a molded-wood seat as a way to bridge contemporary and traditional furniture design.

    Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee

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  Team 7’s leather Aye Armchair is placed adjacent to it's Flaye dining table (left). Michael, Anna, and a client sit at a table by Galerie Holzer. The yellow and gray chairs are by Hussl.  Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee
    Team 7’s leather Aye Armchair is placed adjacent to it's Flaye dining table (left). Michael, Anna, and a client sit at a table by Galerie Holzer. The yellow and gray chairs are by Hussl.

    Photo by: Daniel Seung Lee

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