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Since 2007 the three siblings Esca run a shop on the ground floor of their graphic design office where their designs can be found on all sorts of products. Awaiting discovery are T-shirts, skirts, hoodies, and bags – all hand-printed – but also acrylic jewelry, buttons, and porcelain cups decorated with magical motifs. The choice of textiles favors Fair Wear products and ones produced in an eco-friendly way.
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ESCA
Owner · Christina, Phillip & Christoph Esca
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Our own brand Goldstück is made of the mix of vintage inspired pieces, national tradition, high quality fabrics and unique handwork. To make the long story short we sell wonderful and extraordinary clothes.

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Goldstück
Owner · Antonia Gruber
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HABARI
Owner · Lore Sander
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Shakkei
Owner · Gabriel Baradee
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Sitflip is a small furniture label situated in Vienna, Austria. Our mission is to transform the creative energy and passion of skateboarding into compelling design-objects such as the skateboard-chair. 

Through our objects we bring a small piece of that feeling and lifestyle into your homes. Skate and create!

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SITFLIP
Owner · Jörg Volgger
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Its slogan is "Verlassen Sie dieses Land" (Leave this Country), but Anna Jeller isn't some conspiratorial organization calling for a mass-exodus. For over 25 years this charming bookstore on the Margaretenstrasse has provided many of Vienna's most hard-core readaholics with a literary means of escape. Unlike other well-stocked book shops, Anna Jeller doesn't have that musty, claustrophobic vibe. With its high-celings and spacious interior, the store's atmosphere is conducive to daydreaming, or spending some quality time with your favorite author. The selection includes fiction (with both classic and contemporary literature), poetry, non-fiction and cookbooks, as well as extensive children's and audio-book sections. With its witty quotations and meticulous decoration, Anna Jeller's window display is always arranged by Klaus Jeller, who runs the store along with his wife; her name, as you might have guessed, is Anna.
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Anna Jeller
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When Ngo Hue Van opened Teehaus Artee in 1998, the Asian culture scene in Vienna was rather limited. There was a small selection of sushi locales and Chinese restaurants with the obligatory garish décor, but not much else. In the eyes of Ngo Hue, who was born in Vietnam, Austria's capital desperately needed another insight into Asian culture, one which de-emphasized the fast food mentality and focused on introspective spirituality. While ostensibly a tea shop specializing in green tea variations, Teehaus Artee is also the purveyor of a particular kind of attitude. Ngo Hue Van insists that tea-drinking, a practice which has been around for over 2000 years, is all about process. She says that the tea drinking mindset “should be more like a martial art than a culinary art.” To that end, Artee regularly hosts tea seminars with guest lecturers from Japan. Ngo Hue is very particular about who is allowed to attend. If she senses someone is there for the wrong reason, e.g. a hotelier looking for a new way to cash in on the latest tea-drinking fad, Ngo will kindly deny that person participation. Not that you should be intimidated. Anyone with a honest interest in tea is encouraged to stop by. In addition to a large assortment of loose leaf and flowering teas, Teehaus also sells tea sets and other ceremonial accessories.
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Artee
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With an academic background in art and fashion history as well as in fashion design, Lena Kvadrat often draws upon past ideas when seeking inspiration for her boutique. The Russian designer started out by selling her collections in Moscow, but soon relocated to Vienna and opened up Artpoint in 2000. This store doubles as a platform for designers and artists to exhibit and sell their works. During our visit we spotted shoes from the Berlin-based shoemaker Ricardo Cartillone, handbags by Austrian Ina Kent and Japanese women's socks by Ayame. Of course there was also Mrs. Kvadrat's current collection, which was comprised of classic pieces with modern accents and attributes. Mrs. Kvadrat likes to create clothes that are versatile in how they can be worn–items that can be turned around, shifted at the waist line, or even given an entire textural overhaul. Part of her recent collection plays with the concept of "filtering" by using finely netted fabric that can be pulled over garments to create a new look. When visiting Artpoint, keep an eye out for the glass insert in the floor offering a glimpse into the basement design studio.
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Artpoint
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Audio Center is a record shop on the Judenplatz that has been providing Vienna's LP lovers with their drug of choice since the early '80s. Once upon a time, this was one of the only places in town where people could congregate and while away the time listening to different records. We have a couple of friends who get all misty-eyed recalling school day afternoons when they used to spend hours here, listening to Coltrane and Miles Davis. Although the Audio Center may be something of a nostalgia haven, it remains as popular today as ever. The staff know the importance of cultivating an active music “treffpunkt,”so patrons are encouraged to linger and listen. With an emphasis on jazz, funk and soul, the selection at Audio Center includes a large second hand section, as well as CDs. Vinyl purists needn't despair, however. The folks at Audio Center know that there's no sound sweeter than the hum of a 12-inch on a turntable.
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Audio Center Recordshop
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Ernst Hahnbauer had been a private collector for years before deciding to open Bananas, a vintage furniture shop in close proximity to Vienna's famed Naschmarkt. One day he simply realized that he could make a living from his penchant for accumulating unusual and used pieces of furniture: enter Bananas. Mr. Hahnbauer's favorite era is the 50s, and he is particularly fond of Scandinavian and "no-name" designers, but by no means limits his offerings to these. The constantly changing stock at Bananas is best described as "a bit of everything" and generally represents a 1930-1980 range. A recent survey of goods included: multiple neatly nestling wooden table sets, a towering photo lamp from the 50s, fashion jewelry from the 60s and 70s, clocks galore, and one of the owner's favorites, a low oval table worked in mosaic. Hahnbauer appreciates the piece because of its singularity, "rare, like an original painting."
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Bananas
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