Glore sustainable store by Marcos Aretio & Udo Kloos, Stuttgart

March 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

Glore Store, the first sustainable clothes store in Germany, is commited to help small sustainable brands from all over the globe. From this point, we wanted to make a link with the most sustainable way of transport: bicycles.

Following this eco-philosophy, we also decided to reuse some material and collected old bicycles in local shops (they gently offered them for free), fruit boxes for other pieces of furniture, and recycled cardboard for the lighting.

The biggest challenge was to build up the lightin. In total 120 cardoard boxes were set in different levels (so we could have a playful and “cubes” sensation from the ceiling). We reused the old grid structure and holded the boxes with small pins (nails) by ourselves.

The whole project was designed spanish designer Marcos Aretio together with Udo Kloos (Neoos Design in Nürnberg).

























Glore Store (Stuttgart) from Markmus on Vimeo.

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