Cool Hunting turns us to Soho’s latest edition, a temporary pop-up from Nau. Balancing beauty, performance and sustainability is no easy task, but the clothing outlet seems to effortless achieve this by developing better, more environmentally friendly fabrics and raising the bar for functional, elegant designs in the process. The pop-up embodies all Nau stands for, and it shows as it uses upcycled materials as the primary building blocks to outfit the space. “Sculptor-turned-architect Jean-Pierre Veillet (who also designed their Portland store) scoured Brooklyn streets for cardboard, beams, pipe fittings, branches and other supplies from what he calls the “waste stream” to construct most everything from tables to clothing racks and shelves.”
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