Located in el Districto de la moda y diseño en Santa Ana, Panama City, BZR invites curious souls to embark on a journey through time and design. With a captivating combination of vintage furniture, collectibles, and locally designed utilitarian creations, this establishment is more than just a store; it is a portal to a world where sustainability, historical appreciation, craftsmanship, and uniqueness converge.


BRZ is much more than a simple showroom. It is a full-service multidisciplinary design studio, composed of a team of interior designers, product designers,antique hunters, and furniture lovers. Founded by lifelong friends, Wynter Rosen and Georges Pauline Don, BRZ stands out for its notable aesthetic,which both informs and reflects the global movement that has inspired their multicultural journey and travels for decades.


Local artists and artisans specialising in utilitarian creations showcase their talents, infusing the space with their creative brilliance. Their passion and expertise bring a distinctive flavour, reflecting Panama's rich multicultural heritage.The designs not only captivate the eye but also reflect the love and care invested in their creation, evoking a sense of admiration and wonder. BZR features creations from FI, Barbara Cartier, Olivia Ann Studio, Atelier Piedra Leona, and more.


In BRZ, history, uniqueness, and love intertwine in a dazzling display of treasures. Vintage furniture and collectible items from around the world tell stories of bygone eras, reminding us of the enduring value of our collective past. Rare and exceptional finds captivate the imagination, inviting contemplation and curiosity, thus restoring value to contemporary and collectible objects.


In BZR, the celebration of uniqueness takes centre stage. The space houses an eclectic variety of rare and exceptional finds where appreciation for the extraordinary becomes evident. Each item sparks curiosity and invites contemplation while urging us to ask the right questions. Why do we consume? What is the motivation behind the purchase of furniture or home accessories? What emotions do we want to convey? What will be the impact of our purchase on the world and our environment?