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Kith shoe store by Cleanroom, Brooklyn

November 22nd, 2011 by retail design blog

Bringing a sustainable urban edge to the space are recycled and reused materials sourced locally. Pallet wood was recycled into wall and fixture panels. Steel display fixtures from a Brooklyn union factory that closed eight years ago add an industrial vibe that’s reinforced by warehouse-style pendant lighting (retrofitted with LEDs, naturally). The result is organized merchandising in a dark, contemporary space contrasting the fast-paced bustle of Flatbush Avenue.

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