A.P.C. and Laurent Deroo Architecte have preserved the facility built in the 1850s that was used to handle London’s delivery of coal, working together to capture its industrial aesthetic by installing a black ceramic floor and wooden paneling throughout. Its large glass doors and railway arch-inspired windows give a glimpse into the clean interior design of A.P.C.’s latest outpost, which houses both its men’s and women’s selection of apparel, footwear and accessories.
Clothes are hung from the ceiling on an industrially-inspired wooden rack centered in the shops equally minimalistic space. Clothes and accessories line the walls either side, while mirrors cover the back wall for a contrastingly modern aesthetic. Rounding off the industrial design is a myriad of tube lights suspended from the ceiling, illuminating the store’s offerings.
A.P.C. at Coal Drops Yard is open now and is currently stocking its most recent seasonal collection and collaborations.
In other news, A.P.C. recently announced it will be rolling out a sustainability program in America.
Coal Drops Yard
King’s Cross Central