Gosia Korsakowski, an entrepreneur we’ve long admired for her keen eye for vintage home accessories and furniture, has started a new venture with an industrial antiques veteran. The new space is called Architectural Anarchy, and it’s next to Gosia’s booth in the Andersonville Galleria. Her partner is William Rawski, who has run Zap Antiques & Props for more than 20 years, outfitting movies filmed in town as well as many local restaurants. The two met when Gosia started shopping at Zap. Gosia says Anarchy will be home to “funkier, more industrial finds.” Friday would be a great time to visit; that’s the night of Andersonville on Sale, an evening of food, drinks, and discounts at some of our favorite neighborhood retailers and restaurants.

—JAN PARR

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Gosia Korsakowski, an entrepreneur we’ve long admired for her keen eye for vintage home accessories and furniture, has started a new venture with an industrial antiques veteran. The new space is called Architectural Anarchy, and it’s next to Gosia’s booth in the Andersonville Galleria. Her partner is William Rawski, who has run Zap Antiques & Props for more than 20 years, outfitting movies filmed in town as well as many local restaurants. The two met when Gosia started shopping at Zap. Gosia says Anarchy will be home to “funkier, more industrial finds.” Friday would be a great time to visit; that’s the night of Andersonville on Sale, an evening of food, drinks, and discounts at some of our favorite neighborhood retailers and restaurants.

   

Gosia Korsakowski, an entrepreneur we’ve long admired for her keen eye for vintage home accessories and furniture, has started a new venture with an industrial antiques veteran. The new space is called Architectural Anarchy, and it’s next to Gosia’s booth in the Andersonville Galleria. Her partner is William Rawski, who has run Zap Antiques & Props for more than 20 years, outfitting movies filmed in town as well as many local restaurants. The two met when Gosia started shopping at Zap. Gosia says Anarchy will be home to “funkier, more industrial finds.” Friday would be a great time to visit; that’s the night of Andersonville on Sale, an evening of food, drinks, and discounts at some of our favorite neighborhood retailers and restaurants.

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