New Levi’s Amsterdam Store Built From Second-Hand Materials

New Levi’s Amsterdam Store Built From Second-Hand Materials
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A re-purposed trade show booth and street finds create a localized environment.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 2 january 2012

Amsterdam based design firm Como Park was commissioned by Levi’s to create a new store interior concept. Frame Magazine recently reported on the behind the scenes failures and successes which led the design team to consider reusing materials in the store.

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