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Brief Published: 31 Aug 2011

Glore Store, Stuttgart


German sustainable clothing retailer Glore commissioned German designers Markmus and Neoos Design to repurpose bicycles and other recycled materials for the launch of its new concept store in Stuttgart this month.

Conceived as a reflection of its eco-credentials, the team used old bikes and objects collected from local stores, including fruit pallets and cardboard boxes, to create an eclectic range of fixtures and furnishings. This DIY aesthetic has become increasingly popular in visual merchandising.

Particularly inspiring features include the ceiling lights built from 120 playfully staggered white cardboard boxes, a makeshift clothes rail created from bike wheels, and drawers made from stacked plastic crates.

Neoos Design