Earlier we mentioned that Uniqlo was setting up temporary container stores around NYC until the new flagship is ready in Soho. Yesterday we trekked uptown to 86th st. where it...

Earlier we mentioned that Uniqlo was setting up temporary container stores around NYC until the new flagship is ready in Soho. Yesterday we trekked uptown to 86th st. where it was set up in a street fair to see it in person.

The setup is small and pretty efficient. The blue exterior has a few logos and strip windows cut into it. There is an external generator that powers the interior lighting and cash register. The door and ramp fold on hydraulic struts. Our eagle eyes noticed something else near the bottom of one of the corners. It’s was a label crediting LOT-EK as the designers. We should have guessed this earlier as the firm has a history in container created projects. Their web site has a series of photos and project details listed.

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