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Right on Atelierelor St (The Shops St) in Matache Market we can find Mr Marin’s upholster’s shop. Chairs, sofas, wadding, sponges of all sorts, quilts are there all around the workman. There are plenty of orders coming in that is why Mr Marin hopes that there will be youngsters that will take on this kraft. He does it with joy and is very happy when the client is happy with his work. The sewing machine seldomly stops covering with it’s noise almost complety the voice of the workman.
Strada Atelierului, nr. 21
This workshop of furniture and upholstery called “Mobila si Tapiţerie” is right on the Ion Mihalache Bvd. Mrs Oana is the one who has greeted with a firendly smile the clients in the past 20 years. The trade is arduous that is why you need to know team work, otherwise hammers hit thumbs not nails. The workshop has all age groups clients, but Mrs Oane would like if more young people would consider this kraft as a job.
Bd. Ion Mihalache, nr. 123
Close to Norilor Market, Mr George waits his customers in the workshop that has written in front “Mobila si tapiterie” –> Upholsters. Reading the cooperative’s website, we find out that it was established in 1959 and holds a long tradition in building, repairing and restoring furniture and interior designs of all sorts. Mr. George has a lot of experience in the field, proven by the photographs taken on his phone of all the chairs, sofas and armchairs that he upholsters with patience and care. Sometimes, the craft of the upholsterer can be noticed in the interiors of cultural spaces of Bucharest. Next time we go to see a theatre play or other cultural events, we can look more attentively around and perhaps we will be able to spot the work done in the workshop
Strada Constantin Rădulescu-Motru, nr. 16