벽돌로 새롭게 지어진 뉴욕 라이카 매장

Brick Beguiles in Retail Design for Leica’s New Manhattan Store + Gallery

브루클린의 Format Architecture Office가 설계한 라이카의 뉴욕 맨해튼 매장은, 낡은 건물을 현대적이고 매력적인 공간으로 탈바꿈시켰습니다. 이 1950년대 고기 시장 건물은 4,000평방피트로 확장되었으며, 원래의 목재 천장을 보존하고, 자연 채광과 시야 확보를 위한 메자닌을 추가했습니다. 이 매장은 갤러리, 소매 공간, 이벤트 장소 등 다양한 용도로 활용될 수 있으며, 전통 벽돌 기술을 활용한 혁신적인 디자인이 돋보입니다.

Exterior of a leica camera store at twilight with blurred figures passing by, showcasing the brand's illuminated signage and display windows.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Exterior view of a leica camera store with a brick façade, displaying the elliott erwitt exhibition sign at the entrance.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Interior of a modern art gallery displaying black and white photographs on the walls, with visitors viewing the artwork in the distance.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Modern art gallery interior displaying black and white photographs on white walls, with wooden floors, track lighting, and benches.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Interior of a leica store showcasing cameras and accessories on display shelves, with prominent branding and modern wooden decor.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Interior of a leica camera store showing display cases with cameras and lenses, a digital screen, and a branded wall behind the counter.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Interior of a modern store showcasing electronics with products displayed on red and grey shelves, wooden flooring, and white walls.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Modern retail store interior featuring sleek shelving with a variety of products, wooden floors, dim overhead lighting, and reflective surfaces.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Modern office meeting room featuring a long table with black chairs, large windows with a patterned glass design, and a textured beige brick wall.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Modern kitchen and dining area with exposed brick walls, wooden floors, a long kitchen island, black stools, and framed artwork on the walls.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

Provocative, beguiling, and undeniably forward thinking, this architecture presents itself as a potential solution to quell the aggressive nature of building and the industry’s tendency to treat the dated as disposable. “It is a reminder that the built environment is enriched by a variety of scales, large and small, and that overlooked or forgotten spaces can also tell a powerful story.”

Modern café interior with bar stools, tables, and shelves stocked with books and products, featuring exposed brick and wooden floors.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Modern bookstore interior with shelving units displaying books and magazines, a coffee bar with stools, and exposed brick and wooden beams.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

Modern art gallery interior with six framed black and white photographs on a wall, two purple chairs, a floor lamp, and a small table on a grey rug.

Photo: Courtesy of Leica

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