Circa in Arles: Vintage in the House!

Calling all fans of vintage furniture. Located in the heart of Arles, Circa is a little temple to vintage decoration. Between furniture dating from the 30s to the 70s and contemporary pieces, it’s impossible not to find what you’re looking for.
By Justine Fiordelli

Located in an old building in the La Roquette neighborhood, Circa in Arles offers an innovative concept. A shop selling both antique furniture from the 1930s to 1970s, and contemporary creations by local artists, this Mecca to interiors stands out with its unique and creative concept! In addition to offering a wide selection of vintage pieces for sale, Circa also organizes various art exhibitions throughout the year.

After welcoming many French and international artists such as Brigitte Bauer, William Welch, Anne France Frère or more recently a collective of artists from the School of Nice and specialists in hanging paintings, Circa is currently hosting an exhibition dedicated to the photographer Sill Mahé de la Bourdonnais. An event organized as part of the Rencontres d'Arles photography festival and on display until September 14.

Boutique Circa
2, rue de la Roquette
13200 Arles
Tél : 04 90 93 26 15
www.circa-arles.com
Circa in Arles: Vintage in the House!
Circa in Arles: Vintage in the House!
A little temple to vintage decoration.
DR, Circa
Circa in Arles: Vintage in the House!
Circa in Arles: Vintage in the House!
A little temple to vintage decoration.
DR, Circa

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