Decorative architectural mouldings are recreated in pastel green to frame openings at the Boston store for the cosmetics brand Glossier.
Designed by the company’s in-house team, the permanent Glossier Boston location on the city’s bustling Newbury Street follows a pop-up at the Seaport in 2019.
Mirrors positioned to face one another create infinite reflections at the Glossier Boston store
For the space, the designers took influences from historic local architecture and Boston’s status as a college student hub, with Harvard University and MIT located just over the Charles River in Cambridge.
“With our 10th Glossier location, we wanted to bring something special to the city that honors its metropolitan and
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