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This Retail Interior Matches the Clothing's Distinct Color Palette

 - Nov 9, 2015
References: blog.snarkitecture & dezeen
Brooklyn studio 'Snarkitecture' recently designed a pop-up shop that complements the distinct color palette of the garments on display. Many store interiors are painted in neutral colors in order to make the merchandise the focus of attention. This pop-up shop features a peachy pink interior that actually matches the distinctive hues featured in the collection.

The pop-up shop was designed for the fashion brand 'COS.' To showcase the unique collection, the designers created a temporary retail space inside of an industrial building in Los Angeles. The interior is covered in pink steel, which matches the distinct color palette of the clothing on display. The space is also filled with several cut-out installations that reflect the silhouettes of the garments. The clothing itself hangs on long clothing rails, which help to divide the room.

This unusual pop-up shop uses color and space to transform the shopping experience for consumers.