All-white, perforated stainless steel wall makes an artistic statement.
Mykita, a Berlin-based eyewear maker, will cut the ribbon on its new store in Washington, D.C. on Monday, the Washingtonian reports. The company has a different take on what an eyewear shop should look like, as the article says its storefronts feature an “all-white, backlit, perforated stainless steel wall that doubles as an art installation and a display for the eyewear, while repurposed flight attendant trolleys serve as in-shop storage.” Here’s a description of the store found on Mykita’s website:
Mykita’s other U.S. location is in New York City.
The store’s signature white stainless steel wall neatly displays eyewear while doubling as an art installation.
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