The new Supreme Brooklyn store features a free-standing skate bowl, merging leisure and retail for the famous streetwear brand.
The space was designed by New York firm Neil Logan Architect and is located inside a retrofitted warehouse, once used for parking delivery trucks, as design news source Dezeen reports.
As Dean Kaufman’s photographs show, the architects left the brick walls exposed and large industrial-style skylights bathe the space in natural light.
Supreme is an edgy skate, fashion and apparel brand founded in New York in 1994, which gained massive international brand exposure in a collaboration with Louis Vuitton last year.
The Supreme Brooklyn store store-cum-skatepark spans 2938sqft, with an open-plan retail area at the front, and a section for storage and skateboarding towards the rear.
The free-standing skate bowl was designed by Steven Bladgett of American art collective Simparch and custom-built with Baltic birch plywood. The structure is supported by a series of red poles around its perimeter, providing enough height for skateboarders to drop into the bowl and for fitting rooms to be housed underneath.
See more photos and read more about the design and materials on Dezeen.