Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects

Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects
Aug 18, 2011 New York–based Anderson Architects uses a palette of robust materials to reflect an all-American brand in the new Levi’s store in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District
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Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects_01 Simple, robust materials like polished concrete, raw steel, glass, and plywood reference the working roots of the Levi brand in its latest store in New York’s Meatpacking District.
Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects_02 A vintage cast-iron library stack serves as an adjustable display near the entrance, while bulletin boards overhead provide easy-to-change signage for sales or other promotional announcements. The extra-deep vitrine near the entrance allows displays to face inward toward the store, as well as out toward the street.
Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects_03 A view from the back of the space looking toward the entrance reveals the store’s layout, with benches and stools for the rear cash wrap and an on-site tailor.
Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects_04 A tailor shop enclosed in a vitrine-like area offers custom alterations on the spot and in the open (left), while a modest worktable (right) abutting the stairwell partition holds a compact electronic register that enables staff to ring up orders on the floor, too.
Levi’s Meatpacking, New York, Designed by Anderson Architects_05 Flanking the glass doors, two deep, boxy vitrines encase mannequin displays that face both inward and out, visually connecting the store to the street.