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Architecture aficionados, assistant & item idem presents you with the UN/BUILT STORE, a unique theoretical architecture/retail concept curated by MOSIGN for DOMUS Magazine! This architectural case study unfolds as an ephemeral retail structure referencing Suprematist artist Kasimir Malevitch (but also maybe al-Ka‘bah?) & progressively disappearing following the rhythm of sales! Savvy??!
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Case Study Store No.2

- Assistant & item idem -

(Ariyama Hiroi, Duval Cyril, Matsubara Megumi)

UN/BUILT STORE ' Study for a high-end shoe label BUIY store'

( BUIY: build-&-unbuild-it-yourself )

BACKGROUND:

- Aesthetical inspirations are rooted in the SUPREMATISM perfection of the 'Black Square' by Kasimir Malevitch in 1915, & in its contemporary dedication with Gregor Schneider's 'Cube Hamburg 2007'.

- Conceptual inspiration comes from the 'Case Study Houses', the residential architecture experiments commissioned by American architecture magazine Arts & Architecture, to major architects of the day, between 1945 to 1966.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1:  The store is exclusively constructed with shoe boxes. *All boxes are simply but methodically assembled following a lay-out construction pattern.

Step 2:  The store disappears following the rhythm of the sales. * All stages showcase an infinite variation of the store design.

Step 3: The store is now finally deconstructed, & only remains through the square shadow of the absent volume *Few boxes will be used specifically as construction elements (not for sale) & glued together as window frames & as a floating roof (hanging from the ceiling) from where are attached the spotlights.

Item Details
MOSIGN, Luca Marchetti, Emanuele Quinz, assistant, Megumi matsubara, Hiroi Ariyama, Mai Ueda, Simon Castets, DOMUS Magazine.
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Square. Black. Theoretical. Disappearing.

Date:
March 2009
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Kasimir Malevitch, al-Ka‘bah, Case Study Houses, Gregor Schneider, Arts & Architecture.
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