Ralph Lauren flagship store by Michael Neumann Architecture, Stockholm

May 22nd, 2012 by retail design blog

Ralph Lauren opened a new store in Stockholm – its first flagship store in Scandinavia – designed by MNA in collaboration with Ralph Lauren Store Development, Architecture & Design. Spread over two levels, the 460m2 store on Biblioteksgatan is housed in a historic building in Stockholm’s Östermalm. Arched windows with single panes of glass allow striking views into the store.

The newly designed modern interior is in marked contrast to the historic façade. It features tumbled limestone flooring, cherry wood and white lacquer millwork and a curved glass spiral stair to the lower level with leather wrapped handrails.










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