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CLAE Pop-Up Store by mode:lina

mode:lina, a Polish architectural design firm, has recently finished work on a new pop-up shop for CLAE footwear at the Galeria Malta in Poznań, Poland. Employing used pallets from the 2012 KontenerART experimental project, both the temporary nature and associated low-budget of the shop were the firm’s primary goals, resulting in a muted and clutter-free shopping experience. As such, the pallets and wood became used as tables, benches and walls, while long screws made a simple and effective shelving system. The 60-square-meter pop-up was realized by Paweł Garus and Jerzy Woźniak, and finished in December 2012.

Date: Jan 7, 2013  /  Views: 7778  /  Author: Nate Bodansky
Category: Style  /  Tags: Clae, Retail, Mode:lina