Half Hitch Goods: Shop in a Truck
A little white truck lined with shelves transports a shop full of artisan goods all over San Francisco. Half Hitch is a boutique selling exceptionally gift-worthy items at holiday fairs and other events; here the unusual setup is captured by Leslie from Spotted SF.
Shipping Container Shop and Lounge for Nike
Shipping container architecture specialists Container Ephemera designed this clever pair of pop-up spaces for Nike, debuting at the International Basketball Festival in Paris in 2011. One container housed a showroom, while the other contained a shop with a rooftop lounge.
A screen of dangling black ‘gems’ sections off a small jewelry showroom in a Singapore mall. Designed by Asylum for Hublot, the installation generates the illusion of a separate space, while the glittering glass pieces suggest what can be found within.
The interior of this pop-up shop in San Sebastian, Spain for Deskontalia appears to consist of nothing but stacked cardboard boxes. For Vaumm architects, the challenge in this shop – which is actually for picking up deliveries, and has no products for sale – was to fill the space in a visually interesting way. Playing on the purpose of the room, they created a system of shelving and desks that only look like they’re made of cardboard. The modular boxes are stacked so they can be moved around individually to create new configurations.