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5th Avenue Camper Store / Nendo

  • 01:00 - 28 May, 2013
5th Avenue Camper Store / Nendo
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Text description provided by the architects. The store has all the hallmarks of a minimalist Nendo design. This functional space is inspired by an art installation, in which the shoes are definitely the main focus.

© Jesse Goff
© Jesse Goff

"We've created a new concept for large Camper stores based on the idea that "the shoes are walking on air". This is an idea that had been developed for smaller Camper stores in places like Osaka, Paris, San Francisco and Moscow. When designing such a big space you have to face the challenge of how to use the upper half of the walls to display the shoes in areas with such high ceilings. Our new approach involves making white resin models of the Pelotas shoe, one of Camper’s most iconic styles, and decorating the walls with them to fill the space and create the feel of an orderly stockroom." NENDO

Over a 1000 replicas have been used to fill up the space There is also a special area for the brand's first socks and bags collection. The bags collection has been created in collaboration with Dai Fujiwara (ex creative director of Issey Miyake).

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Cite: "5th Avenue Camper Store / Nendo" 28 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/377753/5th-avenue-camper-store-nendo/> ISSN 0719-8884
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