The unique interior of this Copenhagen clothing store is simple, clean and adaptable.
February 17th, 2011
The centrepiece of the design is a series of hollow wooden ‘logs’ that can be stacked, staggered and rotated to create a variety of storage and display spaces.
Made of pine and treated with natural wax, the logs reflect the traditional Scandinavian craftsmanship and clean, simple design that are the cornerstone of the Won hundred brand.
They are specially made to withstand wear and tear, and to be moveable and multifunctional.
MAPT designs with the philosophy in mind that quality, long-lasting products result in less waste.
For Won hundred’s Copenhagen store MAPT has created a fit-out that is multifunctional, sustainable and representative of the clothing line’s style and values.
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