Tacklebox repurposes 25,000 paper bags in OWEN store interior

Tacklebox have created a unique boutique store interior using 25,000 paper bags which line and arch over the floor and ceiling creating a  honeycomb effect in the OWEN store New York. Situated in the meatpacking district of NYC the 1,800 square foot store reintroduces the customer to the shopping experience which is both tactile and organic and sits well alongside the industrial detailing of bare brick walls, and steel bars, quartz slab tables and concrete floors not forgetting the crisp clean lines of the clothes themselves.Tacklebox are a New York based multi disciplinary architectural design company made up of architects and designers collaborations.They are heavily engaged in using reclaimed materials  and reusing them in a creative format.



‘OWEN’ by tacklebox architecture, new york, new york
all images © juliana sohn for OWEN
all images courtesy of tacklebox architecture

809 Washington St.
New York, 10014

This entry was published on May 31, 2012 at 6:45 pm. It’s filed under Architecture, Branding / Marketing, Interiors, Retail and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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