Behind the Design of Supreme’s Brooklyn Store

Last October, Supreme opened the doors to its fledgling Brooklyn outpost. Conceptualized by lead architects Neil Logan and Minji Kim, the duo transformed the once delivery truck storage space into a 2,938-square-meter retail shop for the streetwear giant.

An expansive skylight, seven-foot-tall brick walls with loose plaster, and metal benches with protruding grind rails complete the rustic-meets-industrial qualities of the store. The centerpiece of the shop is a sprawling wooden skate bowl hoisted with tonal black poles. “Made entirely from Baltic birch plywood, the bowl was shop-fabricated in Chicago, delivered to the site, installed and finished by the art collective [Simparch],” stated ArchDaily.

Tucked behind the geometric-shaped bowl are two circular dressing rooms adorned with curtains made of metal-reinforced fabric. Additional features include large digital screens to televise skate parts at the store’s entrance, a sizable floor mirror behind the screens, and tall windows as well as doors that make up the storefront.

Get an in-depth look at the design of Supreme Brooklyn above and find the address below. In related news, the label is set to drop a surprise camouflage pocket T-shirt on its online store today.

Supreme Brooklyn

152 Grand St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249

Tel: (718)-599-2700
Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m.-6 p.m.

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