POP UP! Triwa Pop-up store, Poznan – Poland

January 23rd, 2012 by retail design blog

Designers of mode:lina created a pop-up store for Swedish watch manufacturer Triwa. November 19, at Galeria Malta shopping in Poznan in Poland, opened the first pop-up store for the brand, which creates useful objects true works of art. By working with a pair of talented architects Jerzy Wozniak and Pawel Garus, the founders of architectural studio mode:lina, the shop itself became also a small designer object, which ideally reflects the philosophy of the brand.

To build this pop-up store, cartons for the transport of goods were used – this raw material is easily available, easy to recycle, and above all cheap and surprisingly durable. The cardboard was supplemented by glass aquariums (30×30 cm) great for the construction of the stand. After dismantling the store boxes will be used to transport watches again and aquariums to build the nex pop-up store.

Image courtesy mode:lina architekci














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