ACTINCOMMON designs the first temporary Lidl pop-up store in Hamburg. Right in the heart of up-beat shopping on Neuer Wall Lidl found itself amongst the high-society.
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Influenced by the organic patterns found in plants, Kengo Kuma has created this shop and café in Tokyo for fashion designer Lucien Pellat-Finet. In his design, Kuma uses a honeycomb structure comprised of Lauan-made plywood to envelope the space. This three-dimensional structure ingeniously serves as the retail display system used throughout the shop; with the natural warmth of wood complementing a fashion line notorious for its assemblage of iconic cashmere sweaters.