Artistic aesthetics and fantastic designs will continue to transform the experience of retail stores across the globe. Located in Los Angeles – California, the exclusive store is one of the most vibrant luxury store of the city.
Retail and hospitality have spearheaded a huge shift, led by brands with a more artistic inclination, but we’re pretty sure it won’t be long until the first illustrious name from the luxury stratosphere will settle here.
For its second outlet in the city, the French retailer picked a ground floor unit at the Ninth and Broadway building, an imposing landmark structure from the late 1920s by American architect Claud Beelman.
The A.P.C. store is situated around the corner from the dramatic two-storey main entrance, below a façade decorated with similarly ornate terracotta filigree panels.
The shop interior is created by Laurent Deroo, the brand’s Paris-based house architect. Apart from the broad window sills lined with timber, the overall aesthetic strays away from the architect’s usual palette.
This is a lofty space, and massive shelving systems have been designed to properly fill it.
Dipped in soft greys, these furnishings blend well with the concrete flooring while at the same time being offset by a pristine white ceiling. The new A.P.C. boutique carries the brand’s full range of men’s and women’s apparel, shoes and accessories.