Berlin, Barcelona, Tokyo, St. Petersburg... Located in some of the most cosmopolitan cities on the planet, the Camper stores designed by Konstantin Grcic invite you to slip on a pair of shoes and hit the streets. The designer recreates the language of the urban landscape in these spaces of elegant expressionist simplicity. The shoes are works of art, displayed on pedestals against the brick walls. A map of the city and a message on the wall encourage shoppers to walk out and explore the streets.
About Konstantin Grcic
After studying in England and working with Jasper Morrison, Grcic opened the KGID office in Munich. The unusual blend of German tenacity and British irreverence became the hallmark of his designs, which brought him international fame. In the course of his career, Grcic has worked with prestigious firms and labels like Authentics, Magis, Muji and Vitra. He has received numerous awards, and his work can be found at the MoMA, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Centre Pompidou.