Zara Introduces A New Edge To Mall Architecture

Zara Introduces A New Edge To Mall Architecture
Design

The store facade is constructed of angular panels of Hi-Macs, an acrylic similar to Corian.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 10 march 2010

Contemporist is featuring some photos of the Zara flagship store in London’s Westfield shopping center. The store facade is constructed of angular panels of Hi-Macs, an acrylic similar to Corian. The color is molded throughout each panel, reducing the appearance of wear and scratches.

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