Architectural Anarchy: Art, Artifacts & Antiques

Architectural Anarchy: Art, Artifacts & Antiques

Jason Loper
May 23, 2011

051711ArchAnarchy11.jpg When I was in Pilsen to visit The Vintage Bazaar last weekend, I was surprised and delighted to stumble upon Architectural Anarchy in the same building. And now that I've discovered this unique warehouse packed with vintage goods, I'll definitely be back.

You can imagine my utter delight when I stumbled into the warehouse that houses Architectural Anarchy. With 7000 square feet of vintage and antique goods, I could only wonder why I didn't know about this little treasure sooner? As it turns out, this warehouse space is a relatively new location for the store.

While some may be familiar with the Architectural Anarchy booth in the Andersonville Galleria, this new warehouse space is like nothing you've ever seen. Owner Gosia Korsakowski has collected an impressive mix of unique antique furnishings and art. From furniture and art to signage and quirky objects, the warehouse is a treasure trove of vintage and antique items. I spent a great deal of time there in absolute awe of the assortment of old signage. Unfortunately, I couldn't quite find a use for the giant Schlitz hand in my own home but I did spy a number of things that will give me reason to return again and again.

Images: Jason Loper

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