DESIGN.DECOR | Vivavi Opens “Green” Atelier in Manhattan


I’ve always loved Vivavi’s selection of modern, green designer furniture and accessories offered in its online boutique. But isn’t it better to offer a shop where one can actually sink into the chaise and lounge chairs? Apparently Vivavi thought so too, having recently opened its flagship “Eco pop-up” store in downtown Manhattan.

The shop is part retail, part apartment showcase: hosted in Apartment 8D at Riverhouse, a luxury green condo complex located in new Battery Park City.

Prices reflect the well-edited selection of high-end designers they carry, but you can find a few affordable options like the Maku Ottoman ($349) by Team 7, the classic looking Arborline Side Chair ($385) by J. Persing, and botanically-inspired organic duvet covers by personal Fab Green favorite Amenity ($320).

Splurge items include the beautiful artwork of Sandy Schimmel whom we featured earlier this week, and the curvy yet minimalist Animavi Club Chair and Ottoman (shown in black above).


Apt. 8D at the Riverhouse
2 River Terrace
New York, NY 10282

Store Hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12pm to 4pm

Thanks to Josh at Vivavi for writing in. Congratulations on the shop!


4 Responses to “DESIGN.DECOR | Vivavi Opens “Green” Atelier in Manhattan

  1. nice!

  2. A bit too far away. Sad.

    juliet xxx

  3. Isn’t though? Where do you live?

  4. 4 Sean


    I’d appreciate if you can give me some feedback on our site:

    I realize that you are home decor-Modern design connoisseur 🙂 I’d like to hear your opinion/feedback on our products. Also, it’d be swell if you can place our link on your blog.

    Thank you,


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