Retail DesignCuldeSac Designs Legit, the Temple of the Sneaker Culture

CuldeSac Designs Legit, the Temple of the Sneaker Culture

CuldeSac Designs Legit, the Temple of the Sneaker Culture

Designer: CuldeSac Custom Retail
Project: Legit, the Temple of the Sneaker Culture
Location: Valencia, Spain
Size: 105 square meters
Photography: Hello Bien Studio

Legit isn’t a sneaker shop. It’s the story of a sneakers collector’s obsession, that turns his house into a museum. The reflection of a lifestyle.

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Wearing shoes becomes a ritual, and each corner of the shop is like a museum, with household objects that work as support for sneakers exposed highlighting the special of its nature, giving them the place they deserve in the collector’s imaginary. The display system is made of high materials that contrast with the ruinous state of the space.

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The embedded light of the floor draws the distribution of a partition that has been broken to ease the path, drilled to highlight certain products and make the collection completely visible.

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Legit offers itself as a place of worship in the centre of Valencia. The place to go to discover and being surprised with the most exclusive models and editions. Legit is the refuge of he who only looks at its feet.

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