New concept shop opens in Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO — A new addition to the art and design scene in town, StationHaus has opened in the ground-floor gallery space in the Hooker-Dunham Building, 139 Main St.

According to a news release, StationHaus “is a gallery and design shop concept started in New York City and realized in Brattleboro.”

The concept shop focuses on works from local and international artists and custom-designed pieces. Owner Isabelo Satori, a Brooklyn native, an interior designer and artisan, recently moved to town to further his interest in furniture fabrication and metal finishing at Adaptive Fabrication, a firm based in the BDCC Book Press Business Park, when the opportunity arose to open Station Haus.

For many years, Satori says, he has had a vision for a brick-and-mortar location where he could “share his design aesthetic“ and “provide a way for people to source sought-after pieces.”

On display are modern works from Ahren Ahrenholz of East Dummerston, and three New York artists - Eric Blume, Sam Still, and Orazio De Gennaro, along with a variety of vintage and midcentury lighting and furniture pieces with custom finishes as well as curated curiosities for the home.

The shop's fir-green-and-gold logo was inspired by metro and train stations, and in turn inspired the nascent gallery's name.

Station Haus will be open to the public Thursdays through Saturdays most weeks.

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