Kin by John Lewis store by RFK Architects

April 13th, 2013 by retail design blog

John Lewis Partnerships asked RFK Architects to create a fixture solution to launch KIN, it’s first ever ‘lifestyle’ brand. The debut collection brings together mens, womens and childrenswear and is a fresh and affordable assortment of high quality wardrobe staples, with true family values. Taking our lead from the collection, RFK Architects designed a series of simple, elegant pale timber frame fixtures that compliment the brand values of modernity and quality. The individual components can be combined in a number of ways to create a variety of moods to suit their particular location –whether a pop-up shop or an area within the host department.

Designed by RFK Architects






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