Modernista Design Shop

Modernista Design Shop is the place-to-shop for admirers of Czech Cubist ceramics. This Czech design emporium is famous for modernist furniture, design lighting, jewelry, china and glassware. Modernista is the best address for lovers of cubism, functionalism and art deco. All objects are made according to the old techniques and with original material. This store showcases Czech modernism from 1920 – 1945.

Modernista design shop

Modernista Design Shop House of the Black Madonna

This 1930s Art Deco coffee set with zigzag motif is a replica and not to be distinguished from the genuine coffee set if it were for sale. You can buy these ‘counterfeit’ set, coffee cups, milk jug, coffee pot and sugar bowl at Modernista. This branch specializes in replicas of Cubist ceramics represented in the collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts. The styles range from art deco and cubist to functionalist.
Modernista Design Shop, House of the Black Madonna, Ovocny trh 19, Sare Mesto
Open daily 10.00-18.00

Modernista design shop

Modernista Vinohradsky Pavilon

Modernista flagship store is located in Vinohradsky Pavilon. This branch focuses on furniture, tubular steel furniture, stylish accessories and lamps. Here you will also find replicas of furniture by famous Czech designers like Pavel Janak, Vlastislav Hofman and Adolfa Loos. Unfortunately, chairs and cabinets are not very practical to take home as Prague souvenirs but all cubists fans should visit Modernista Design Shop! Vinohradsky Pavilion is a worth a closer look. Once a market hall, now converted into a designer paradise with up-market design shops: Stockist, AVITSmart, Bakitex, Fullstarrs and Galerie Pavilon. Café La Boheme is the perfect place for a coffee and to take in all the splendours of the design furniture and the market hall itself.
Modernista Flagship Store, Vinohradsky Pavilon, Vinohradska 50, Vinohrady
Monday –Friday 10.00-19.30, Saturday 10-18, Sunday closed

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Photos: Marianne Crone
Modernista design shop

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