Anna and Michael Trubrig’s Manhattan gallery, Stillfried Wien, opened in 2013.
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.
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.
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.
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.