Hugo Boss Concept Store by Matteo Thun & Partners, New York City

July 21st, 2015 by retail design blog

In New York City’s Meatpacking District, which was once home to the city’s slaughterhouses, the Hugo Boss concept store brings together all the company’s brands in a single, large space. Exposed concrete and brick, antiqued iron and a sensitive lighting project (done in collaboration with A. J. Weissbard) fits in with the rough, raw aesthetic that characterizes the urban surroundings. A canopy of woven wooden slats, an architectural icon also present in the company’s headquarters in Switzerland, envelops the interior space, mitigating its industrial character.

Design: Matteo Thun & Partners

via Matteo Thun & Partners

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