Posts Tagged ‘Carhartt’

Carhartt WIP store by JDP Architects & Brinkworth, Coventry – UK

May 26th, 2013

Juxtaposed by the modern internal decoration of Pietro Sanguinetti’s neon artwork, now famous within Carhartt WIP stores worldwide and Alexander Basile’s imagery; Carhartt WIP have created a direct reflection of the ethos they have supported for 25 years.

Carhartt store, Moscow

January 31st, 2013

Clean and minimalist, it incorporates swathes of the building’s existing concrete, paired with wooden panelling in a matching grey shade.

Carhartt WIP store, Taipei

January 21st, 2013

Featuring a distinct, minimalist aesthetic, the store’s buildout captures WIP’s simple nature while tying back to Carhartt’s storied workwear past. If in town, be sure to stop by.

Carhartt Work In Progress store, Milan

November 11th, 2012

Carhartt Work In Progress store, Milan

Carhartt – Work In Progress office and showroom by Fixonic, Hong Kong

March 21st, 2012

In keeping with Carhartt’s company profile, the space was kept modern with simple raw materials, and polished with designer lighting, furniture and fittings, the overall effect is to create an unconventional office with a mix of old and new elements making it a fun place to work!

Carhartt Work In Progress store, London

March 3rd, 2012

London’s Shoreditch area just got a little cooler with the opening of the Carhartt – Work In Progress store earlier this week. It’s the brand’s fourth store in Britain, and this one is located in a historic listed building that was previously occupied by a barber and confectioner.

Carhartt Work In Progress store by Andrea Caputo, Verona

October 26th, 2011

Designed by architect Andrea Caputo as several other Carhartt Stores in Italy, this space will be the perfect window for the ever-changing brand’s reality.

Carhartt store by Francesc Rifé, Barcelona

August 3rd, 2011

This Barcelona urban-wear shop is located in L’illa – the city’s first truly modern shopping mall – and makes a bold statement with little space and an even smaller palette of materials.
In just 42 sq m, the shop has a sophisticated feel thanks to the oak panelling, screens and display elements. Local designer Francesc Rifé’s planning results in a warm atmosphere and intimate space that’s minimal yet cohesive.