Pop-Up Shoe Shop in Poland Made Entirely from Reused Wooden Pallets

by , 05/27/13

Mode:lina Architekci, Pop-Up, Clae, shoes, footwear, recycled pallets, wooden pallets, poland, gallery, green Interiors, Recycled Materials

Located within Poznań’s Galeria Malta, the Clae pop-up footwear store attracts customers with its recycled aesthetics. Due to the shop’s temporary nature, the architects decided to make it from reused wooden pallets that were leftover from KontenerART 2012. The pallets are the only construction element used for walls, floor and furniture within the shop.

The worn out pallets were left untreated, exposing marks, dents and old splashes of paint. They make a great shabby background for exhibiting new shiny shoes propped on a pair of screws. Another great example of wooden pallets’ versatility and unique recycled aesthetic, this cool pop-up store is a magnet for shoppers and passersby.

+ Mode:lina Architekci

Via Plataforma Arquitectura

Photos by Mode:lina Architekci

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  1. KozDez June 4, 2013 at 11:11 am

    @jprevost: with great caution!

  2. jprevost June 1, 2013 at 10:23 am

    Looks great but how do you you walk on a pallet floor in heels?

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