Exceptional Interiors For A Fashion Boutique

Owen is a fashion boutique located in New York's Meatpacking District and designed by Jeremy Barbour of Brooklyn architects Tacklebox. What make this boutique stand out among the rest are the unusual walls and ceilings made of twenty-five thousand brown paper lunch bags.

The retail space is created in a former industrial building at 809 Washington Street with the paper bags giving a honeycomb effect as you can see in the images. The renowned fashion boutique has famous personalities dropping in each day and the interiors are made attractive to draw lot of attention. The stapling of paper bags to the walls and ceiling took almost 9 days but the results are obviously striking. Who could have thought that the modest paper bags could prove to be material for interior decoration!

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