*스톡홀름 의류브랜드 Eytys의 첫 런던 스토어-[Eytys's London store pays homage to Swedish brutalism]

스톡홀름 소재 의류 브랜드인 Eytys의 첫 런던 상점에는 포스트 모더니즘을 상징하는 인테리어가 존재한다. 자체설계된 93평방미터의 공간은 회갈색 팔레트로 완성되었고, 천장을 가로지르는 거대한 조명으로 밝기를 환히 제공하고 있다.

 

Stockholm-based clothing brand Eytys's first London store has an interior that references Swedish brutalism and postmodernism.

Designed in-house, the 93-square-metre space in Soho is completed in a taupe colour palette and lit up by massive light tubes running across the ceiling.

Eytys in-house design team said that its starting point for the design was the spaces designed by Shiro Kuramata for Issey Miyake in Japan in the early 1980s.


"Kuramata was a pioneer in creating playful, yet uncompromisingly minimal designs; many so complex they could only be realized years after his death in 1991," said creative director Max Schiller.

"Like that perfect mixtape, the design of Eytys London store was about clashing our favorite periods of architectural design. As we all know, the party playing both Talking Heads and Sean Paul is the best one."

The store's rough brutalist-inspired concrete walls are contrasted by elements in massive aluminum and Italian burl veneer, which the Eytys design team point out is a material combination favored by Austrian postmodernist Hans Hollein.

Hollein's work served as another source for the interior design, with a reflective metal palm tree and mirrored walls and doors that house the fitting rooms.


from dezeen

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