Timberland Specialty Store by GCS & LODA, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

February 26th, 2015 by retail design blog

Timberland has planted roots in Phili opening its newest location on Walnut Street this past October.  The new store brings to life the industrial heritage of the brand with its use of reclaimed and repurposed materials like factory windows, woods and metals. The original brick walls, steel beams and oversized skylight and repurposed tables/fixtures are all authentic details used to highlight the brands footwear, apparel and accessory collections for the season.

Consumers are greeted with groupings of mannequins throughout the space dressed head to toe in the season’s must haves for men and women culminating in the footwear destination area in the back with the newly designed Design Your Own Studio a must see when visiting the space.  

Design: GCS – In–house design firm / LODA

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