A rock sculpture with mushrooms and flowers in the heart of the Glossier Seattle
Located in Capitol Hill and designed by the in-house team Glossier, it measures 6,200 square feet (576 square meters) four times larger than the pop-up, and represents the brand's largest physical store to date.
This is based on a horizontal installation created by designer Lily Kwong for the pop-up, which also featured plant-covered mounds and pink-purple blossoms, and Glossier products are displayed on the corrugated surfaces.
Beside the storefront's large windows, the form of a terraced hill is evoked by a stack of flat thin cushions upholstered in various green textiles and leathers.
Walls around the store are finished in a light-toned textured plaster, while a checkerboard of beige and dusty-pink tiles covers the floor.