The latest Camper store to open in Malaga is designed from materials that match the brand’s warehouse.

The store in Málaga has a raw, industrial aesthetic that has been softened with a colour palette of bright blues, pinks and reds.

The store was designed using only perforated metal profiles, corner plates and bolts. The three elements were used for everything, from seating units to the checkout counter and light fixtures in the store. Even the shoe sizes on the shelves are marked with numbers created from bolted-together corner plates.


“I decided to create a code regarding the function of every area of the shop: wall displays are green, table displays are blue for men and women and pink for kids, seating is yellow and paying is red,” the designer said.

The design of the store is a nod to Camper’s warehouse in the small Mallorcan village of Binissalem, which is primarily used as a storage space for old Camper stores that have been refurbished.

The project is a part of Camper Together, a model of collaboration in which Camper teams up with designers to create unique stores and products. Previous collaborations include Jasper Morrison’s Ni-jo sandals that reference minimal tatami mats.

Source | Dezeen


Ellen McNeelance

27th March 2020

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