Cheap Monday store by Uglycute, Copenhagen

September 13th, 2011 by retail design blog

The hip Swedish denim and fashion label, has opened its first store in Copenhagen. In addition to Cheap Monday men’s and women’s collections, the shop will also sell a range of specialty products in an environment that reflects the brand. The 400-sq.-meter space includes a screen printing studio where limited edition one-off prints will be produced. Swedish architecture and design agency Uglycute is responsible for the interior design.

A metal fence and broken particle board are among the store’s most prominent features that translate their penchant for raw and simple materials. The brand was recently acquired by H&M and the first collection of its new head designer Ann-Sophie Back will, when ready, be previewed in the new store.


http://blog.stylesight.com/denim/cheap-mondays-first-store-in-copenhagen
http://www.cheapmonday.com/

Envato office by Büro, Melbourne - Australia
The design features abstract, tree-like seating pods that "grow" t...
soda.BERLIN Bookshop by Designliga, Berlin - Germany
The interior of soda.BERLIN, a bookshop for visual culture in the heart of B...
Bake store by Yota Kakuda, Sendai - Japan
A wall completely covered in yellow serving boxes brings an injection of col...
Temporary pavilon by Peris + Toral Arquitectes, Barcelona - Spain
Peris + Toral Arquitectes was tasked with creating a temporary venue to host...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *