Acne Store by Max Lamb, Stockholm – Sweden

March 19th, 2015 by retail design blog

Swedish fashion house Acne expand their retail presence with the launch of a seventh location, situated in the Stockholm branch of high-end department store NK (Nordic Kompaniet.) A clean and modern tone is set with the use of industrial materials and grid lighting, a look the label has used across their stores since launching back in 1996. Geometric fittings and a sharp modern finish across the 1,300 square foot space blends seamlessly with the contemporary designs found on the racks. Additionally, British artist Max Lamb steps in with a selection of bespoke furniture, his well chosen combination of textures including polystyrene, linoleum and stainless steel make for a sleek contrast.


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