There’s a classical sense of splendour behind Acne Studios’ Stockholm boutique. The former bank in the brand’s home city, has been stripped back to its essential design, reducing layers of recent renovation in celebration of the building’s original neoclassical colonnades. Acne Studios worked with Barcelona-based Arquitectura-G on the interior overhaul of the space, who also designed the label’s industrial store in Nagoya, Japan. In a play on duality, real and faux marble are presented together, alongside original and new custom colonnades. Organic slab-like marble furntiture, created by London-based designer Max Lamb, is illuminated by grid-like spotlights, created by French designer and light artist Benoit Lalloz. Lamb and Lalloz also created pieces for Acne Studios’ Stockholm headquarters, which opened in November 2019.
Photography: Jose Hevia