Nestled away in Manhattan’s East is Goat Town, a NY bar that cleverly re-imagines authentic vintage design into an intriguing hospitality space.
Created by interior, lighting and furniture designers Evan and Oliver Haslegrave of hOmE NYC, Goat Town was approached with the design firm’s hallmark holistic and material-based approached to design.
Much of the project was completely customized – a reflection of the creativity of the hOmE NYC team. Reclaimed barstools have been newly upholstered under a copper bar, original elegant curved booths are cleverly finished with white subway tiles and vintage props (such as croquet sticks) have been re-imagined into eye-catching light fixtures.
Aside from the clear originality behind the design of this space, the balance between charismatic vintage propping and the execution of a stylish, contemporary and relevant space, amounts to a completely unique design to be experienced. Goat Town is a space that feels at once mysterious and familiar.
This one is absolutely on my to-visit list the next time I head to NYC. Are you as intrigued as I am?