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.
152 Grand St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m.-6 p.m.