Meet Adam & Hollis Savin: The masterful artisans and creators of BoHo’s one-of-a-kind, handmade blue Chesterfields you’ll find in the restaurant’s “living room” space upon entering. Their knack for furniture design is second to none and add vibrancy to Bohemian House, as the couches are one of the first things that catch our guests’ eye. *pictured: Adam Savin
Why/How did you choose your specific craft?
I have always had a love for anything creative. I especially like the idea of creating something tangible and functional. It’s always a thrill to see one of my designs turn into a wonderful piece of furniture.
What excited you about the Bohemian House project?
Working with the Bohemian House parters and Bill Ewert was always a positive experience. It’s a collaboration of vision and design. The design concept behind Bohemian House is romantic and eclectic, while still staying modern and fresh.
What was your inspiration behind your work at Bohemian House?
The inspiration was driven by the patrons of Bohemian House. The furniture we created is a twist on recognized furniture designs, placing them in a unique setting.
The design at Bohemian House is more a theatrical stage than a conventional restaurant. A lot of thought was behind each piece of furniture to provide comfort and style with subtle surprises.
What’s integral to the work of an artist?
Understand the vision of the client and using imagination to create the ultimate result.
What’s your secret for staying true to your individual style?
My individual style is always influenced by the project. An Artist never loses their personal style and it always shows in the final result; however, being able to compromise to please others is very important.
Professionally, what does the future of your business look like?
We continue to receive inquiries from all over the country. It is especially rewarding to work with restaurateurs, designers and architects to help them realize their vision.
“It’s not what you expect, it’s what you inspect.” Jay Levan
See more of Adam and Hollis's work: http://citylivingdesign.com/