Mykita store, Copenhagen – Danmark

September 10th, 2016 by retail design blog

Berlin-based eyewear brand Mykita makes its first foray into Nordic territory, opening a new outpost in downtown Copenhagen. The store is situated on the ground floor of a historic building from 1690, and features a contrasting sleek interior that blends in some of the original architectural elements.

The palette remains distinctly modern, and combines white terrazzo flooring, white glass panels, mirrors, and last but not least, curved eyewear wall shelving – obviously backlit for maximum visual drama – that presents Mykita’s many appealing frames.

Situated in the store’s basement section is a so-called Zeiss relaxed vision center, a special lab equipped with state-of-the-art precision instruments by Carl Zeiss research and staffed by a qualified optometrist. The facility offers a customised optical profile service to perfectly adapt the frame and lens for each customer.

http://superfuture.com/supernews/copenhagen-mykita-store-opening

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