Perron-Roettinger clads Kim Kardashian SKKN pop-up store in raw plaster and cement

Design studio Perron-Roettinger has created a pop-up shop for Kim Kardashian‘s skincare and homeware brand SKKN in Los Angeles that showcases its products in a physical space for the first time.

The minimalist pop-up store, which is located inside Los Angeles shopping mall Westfield Century City, was designed using a limited material palette in a nod to the brand’s pared-back design.

Perron-Roettinger has created a pop-up shop for Skkn

“The SKKN [store] is about raw materials – bold, big blocks of stacked raw material – which is inspired from an inactive quarry that I visited once,” Perron-Roettinger cofounder Willo Perron told Dezeen.

“All different plaster and cement finishes echo the

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