Axel Arigato opens “upside-down” pop-up sneaker shop in Selfridges

Trainers injected with magnets climb the walls and polystyrene ceiling tiles line the floor of Axel Arigato‘s “upside-down” office-themed sneaker pop-up in London’s Selfridges department store.

Installed in Selfridge’s first-floor menswear department for 12 months, the topsy-turvy pop-up store is a departure from the stone displays and pared-back colour palette ordinarily associated with the Swedish streetwear label‘s retail environments.

The Axel Arigato shop-in-shop is located in Selfridges

Instead, the design team conceived the store as an upside-down office featuring all of the typical, run-of-the-mill materials and fixtures that you would expect to find in an office, such as ceiling tiles, strip lighting, corrugated metal, exposed wires, pipes and steel beams

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