Roden Gray store, Vancouver

March 30th, 2012 by retail design blog

Canada’s Roden Gray has relocated to a larger space in Vancouver’s Gastown district. After four months of renovations, the 3000 sq ft, two level space is again ready to serve discriminating sartorialists and first time explorers alike.

The interior is a combination of exposed structural concrete, architectural glazing and stainless steel fixtures. Furnishings were designed and fabricated in Vancouver, and made from locally-sourced Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir. Original Maple floors, sustainable lighting, white washed brick and brushed steel honor the Roden Gray aesthetic.

Located on the lower level is a comprehensive denim section and studio housing Roden Gray’s online operation. Located on the main floor is a soon to be unveiled space to highlight select brands and product exclusive to Roden Gray.




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