Timbuk2 Store by Gensler, Chicago – Illinois

April 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

Bold graphics and a refined, raw palette are gutsy and playfully irreverent. Concrete, brick, steel, and wood materials as well as street graphic signage reference urban environments. Wood platforms, inspired by San Francisco’s “parklets,” welcome customers to sit, charge devices, pump tires, and shop. Flexible wall panels and custom display tables feature products and local urban cycling and manufacturing artifacts. In-store customization blends touchscreen technology with tactile fabric swatches and inspiring custom bags.

A.R.E. Design Awards 2015 – Silver Award

Design: Gensler

via A.R.E. Design Awards

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