Japanese studio Nendo has designed a minimalist Camper Stockholm store that makes use of paper-thin podiums to display products from the Spanish shoe brand. The Camper Stockholm store is one in a handful of retail collaborations between the Spanish brand and famous design studios. Sneakers and boots from the brand's range sit stacked on the pillars of varying height and thickness.
While the sleek white podiums appear to be made from paper or cardboard, they were in fact fashioned by the designers out of two millimeter thick resin flooring.
The Camper Stockholm location follows several stores designed for the brand by architect Kengo Kuma, while other collaborations in the Camper Together series include the Melbourne shop featuring an installation of 30,000 bright red shoes laces hanging from its ceiling.