Atelier de Yavorsky Dreams Up Antidote, a Design-Inspired Womenswear Boutique in Miami

PROJECT NAME Antidote
LOCATION Miami
FIRM Atelier de Yavorsky
SQ. FT. 980 SQF

A South American living in Miami isn’t unusual. But a certain Venezuelan has arrived there by way of St. Barts, the Caribbean island. That’s where Guillermo de Yavorsky began his design career with the Le Sereno hotel. He’s since founded Atelier De Yavorsky, which has recently completed Antidote, a womenswear boutique in the Wynwood Art District. Building a narrative around the shop's commitment to sustainability—its tagline is “where conscious meets desirable”—De Yavorsky enlisted a fresh pastel palette and such natural materials as concrete, copper, and oak. Geometric display cubes are “dynamic, like women,” he says. He speaks truth: The shop’s plant mural was done by his sister Alexandra, the firm’s branding and graphic design director.

Atelier De Yavorsky designed Antidote, a 980-square-foot Miami boutique. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
The entry door’s letters, hand-painted by Alexandra De Yavorsky. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
Custom display in lacquered MDF. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
Copper and oak shelving. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Claudio Napolitano.

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