Levi's Kiosks by Kyle Minor Design

Architecture by Kyle Minor Design seen at Levi's Plaza, San Francisco - Levi's Kiosks
Architecture by Kyle Minor Design seen at Levi's Plaza, San Francisco - Levi's KiosksArchitecture by Kyle Minor Design seen at Levi's Plaza, San Francisco - Levi's KiosksArchitecture by Kyle Minor Design seen at Levi's Plaza, San Francisco - Levi's Kiosks
The shop team worked around the clock to realize, fabricate and install two modular, reconfigurable, pop-up stores meant to display Levi’s special projects in only three weeks’ time. In a patented thoughtful KMD detail, a nod was given to American garment history by sourcing and panelizing reclaimed wood from a 150-year-old Van Heusen garment factory. Though the structures were commissioned to be semi-permanent, they include tracked sliding glass doors, electrical LED lighting and can be disassembled allowing them nine or more lives.

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