• Acne Studios in New York, Tokyo & Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL.


    Posted on 15th April, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design. No Comments

    Acne Studios in Tokyo by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in Tokyo by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in Tokyo by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in Tokyo by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Aoyama, Tokyo by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS.

     

    It was less than a year ago I shared with you the smoking hot Acne Studio in Paris by Andreas Bozarth Fornell of BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS (virtual high-fives if you remember this). These guys also completed three other interiors for Acne in New York, Tokyo and Copenhagen. All such terrible places to shop and visit, right? Yuck. Anyway, turns out that the team at BOZARTHFORNELL really can design, as all of their interiors for Acne are simply exquisite.

     

    Acne Studios in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studios in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in New York by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS.

     

    There is a lot to love about these interiors. From the interior branding point of view, they are a study in perfection. Not only do they embody Acne’s painfully stylish aesthetic, each store speaks a consistent visual language while maintaining individual sense of identity.

    Characterised with pure geometric forms and visionary colour palettes that literally make me squeal with excitement, these interiors have undeniable sculptural quality that appear as though they were derived from the art world. Plush textures like silk carpet and velvet walls meet smooth and glossy surfaces. Reflective and translucent forms are offset with solid elements and heavy materials like stone and concrete. At first each space appears much simpler than it actually is. It’s only upon closer inspection that complexity of certain elements such as tonal gradation, material textures and impeccable detailing can be truly appreciated.

    Acne Studio in Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Copenhagen by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS.

     

    BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS is an office for architecture and design, founded in 2010 by Andreas Bozarth Fornell. The office has a diverse portfolio and works within all different fields of architecture but the main focus so far is within the world of fashion retail. And don’t they know how to rock it.

    Extreme love!

     

    Acne Studio in Paris by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS | Yellowtrace.

    Acne Studio in Paris by BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS. See more images and read the full story here.


    [Images courtesy of BOZARTHFORNELL ARCHITECTS.]

     







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