Brooklyn-based art/architecture practice Snarkitecture recently collaborated with designer Richard Chai for a retail pop-up store in Manhattan. The igloo-esque store is set in a shipping container underneath the High Line park.
White architectural foam was cut by hand to form sculpted walls and ceilings. At the close of the temporary installation, the material was returned to the manufacturer and recycled into rigid foam insulation.
The pop-up store is part of series of installations exploring the intersection of architecture and fashion through integrated store and exhibition design.
Source: My Modern Met