This creative hub (formerly known as 95 Gallery) gives Mitte boutique junkies good reason to leapfrog American Apparel (if that’s at all possible) and head down the adjacent alleyway. Your trip will not go unrewarded as you enter a world steeped in exclusive vintage furniture and design, set against a chic showroom backdrop.
Using arguably the most evolutionary and technique-driven time period in interior design as his source of inspiration, designer Tobias Allan Fahrein developed this concept locale. The gallery arm of the business boasts a meticulously curated collection of vintage furniture featuring rare pieces from the likes of George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Le Corbusier and Hans J. Wegner among others while the consultation side sees Fahrein working one-on-one with clients to conceive personal interior design solutions, source desired one-off furnishings as well as sell pieces on consignment.
The gallery theme rotates monthly, allowing visitors an ongoing glimpse at the trends that shaped industrial design over the last 60 years.