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Brief Published: 20 Dec 2011

Fashion Meets Architecture in Budapest


Echoing NY-based, not-for-profit organisation Boffo’s Building Fashion initiative, new pop-up store Nanushka, in the Hungarian capital Budapest, is also fusing fashion and architecture to create an alternative retail space.

The space has been designed by six local architecture students for Hungarian fashion designer Sandra Sandor’s label Nanushka, and features a billowing canopy of canvas, creating a cavernous interior.

Reflecting the Autumn/Winter 2011 collection on display, the materials used are both functional and playful. Inflatable lights hang from the draped ceiling, sliced firewood logs tile the floor, and rusted steel racks have been upcycled into display stands.