The Camper store in NYC was designed by Japanese architecture firm Nendo and features white resin product replicas decorating the walls.

The Camper shoe store on Fifth Avenue in NYC was designed by Japanese architecture firm Nendo. Looking like an art installation where the shoes are the main focus, the design was based on the notion that “the shoes are walking on air.”

Nendo decorated the walls with white resin replicas of an iconic Camper shoe, filling the space all the way up to the ceiling. The rows of floating shoes make the store feel like a modern and orderly stockroom.

Areas at the base of the walls allow the current shoe collections to be displayed next to the white models, with more on top of platforms in the middle of the floor. There is also a display area for Camper's first collections of socks and bags. Click through to see pictures of the store design:

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