Supreme retailer design in Brooklyn | HYPEBEAST

Last October, Supreme opened the doors to its fledgling Brooklyn outpost. Conceived by the lead architects Neil Logan and Minji Kim, the duo transformed the former storage room for delivery trucks into a 2,938 square meter store for the streetwear giant.

A spacious skylight, two-meter-high brick walls with loose plaster and metal benches with protruding slide rails complete the rustic, industrial qualities of the shop. The heart of the shop is an expansive wooden skate bowl that is hoisted with tonal black poles. “The shell is made entirely from Baltic birch plywood and was manufactured in-store in Chicago, shipped to the construction site, installed and completed by the art collective [Simparch]”Explained ArchDaily.

Behind the geometrically shaped shell there are two round dressing rooms that are adorned with curtains made of metal-reinforced fabric. Other features include large digital screens for viewing skate items on TV at the entrance to the store, a large floor mirror behind the screens, and tall windows and doors that form the storefront.

Take a detailed look at the Supreme Brooklyn design above and find the address below. In related news, the label will be releasing a surprise camouflage pocket T-shirt in its online shop today.

Upper Brooklyn
152 major
Brooklyn, NY 11249

Tel: (718) -599-2700
Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

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