Temporary Shop Uses Stretched Tights To Redefine Interior Space

Temporary Shop Uses Stretched Tights To Redefine Interior Space

The Edwards Moore-designed store takes inspiration from crystalline forms.

Naresh Kumar
  • 25 february 2011

Taking inspiration from crystalline forms, this temporary store for the fashion brand Arnsdorf was designed using over 150 pairs of tights covering the entire space. Created by the architect firm Edwards Moore, the store displayed Arnsdorf’s Opticks Collection in this rocky, cave-like space for three days.

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