Calvin Klein’s miniature house for 5th Ave store by Joshua Prince-Ramus


This holiday season, we’re sure to see some great decorations, especially in NYC. Macys in Herald Square is all lit up and so is Rockefeller Center’s Christmas Tree. We know LV and Saks always have their assortment of decorations for this time of year.

Calvin Klein’s been lucky enough to have Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus of Ramus-Ella Architects design a mini-four-storey house that’s suspended in the air at their 5th Avenue store in NYC. The miniature home’s furnished with tiny versions of CK clothing, accessories and home collections including the furniture line that will launch in early 2009 and weighs in at 1,000 pounds. Not so mini, is it?

Thanks to thecoolhunter


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