Calvin Klein's New York City showroom re-envisioned by Architecture Research Office and Sterling Ruby
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For 50 years, the Calvin Klein brand has defined and refined a particularly American approach to minimalism. It elevated jeans and underwear into status symbols with the touch of a sans serif logo. In its new redesign, the walls actually feel tense, vibrating with the anaglyph effect of vintage 3-D movies. They also call to mind New York’s famed abstract expressionists, who worked not far from the buildings visible through the windows lining two of the showroom walls. To bring the city in, ARO framed the views with polished stainless steel.
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