The No Wodka Pop-Up Shop by Kontent Architects and Jakub Kubinski brings a touch of Poland to the German capital of Berlin. Celebrating the best in Polish fashion, design and art, the hipster boutique is a design lover's dream.
"Polish fashion and furnishings are displayed in a self-supported structure composed of white painted scaffolding and unfinished plywood." The No Wodka concept shop explores bold approaches to product display and presents Berlin's Polish residence with a taste of home.
The atypical retail space is divided into two sections, a moveable front and a fixed, solid back. While the shop's front area houses removable and customizable displays, its rear section is home to steel scaffolding and other structurally supportive elements.
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Radically Retro Retail Buses
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