Arnsdorf Pop-Up Concept Store

The cave-like space was used as a pop-up store for fashion label Arnsdorf's three-day sample sale. Using 154 pairs of pantyhose tights stretched over the space’s walls and ceilings, the intimate setting was inspired by crystalline forms and imagery of rocky landscapes. The designers say they sought to transform an everyday wearable item into an artistic sculpture for the shop, allowing the soft hues of the stockings to act as background detail for the space. The Melbourne-based architecture and design studio Edwards Moore is owned by Ben Edwards and Juliet Moore.

Leaderboard: London Design Week
Leaderboard: London Design Week

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