(Interior Design – LA)
We designed the first physical space for Depop, where we translated the digital concept from the brand to a functional space. Depop is an application that provides a digital platform where your users can buy and sell things that they like and inspire them.
The shop is designed to be able to convert itself continually in different shops, depending on the need of Depop or who is using Depop to sell things that week. It is a modular design that is adaptable to the specific needs of the user, but all in the Depop identity and character.
At the same time, the hope offers various services to those looking to use Depop, such as a photography studio for their products, a consultancy for the app and a space for events and various activations.
The identity of the space is characterized through color and textures that are inspired in the brutalism architecture movement as well as the pop style. Key details of the space are defined by the visual alignment of the brand. In contrast, the functional furniture can be modular and used in a variety of ways for a wide array of products, from clothes, accessories or vintage cameras.
The interior design translates the navigation within the app into a physical space that brings the user to a platform to market their products and at the same time to consumers to discover new products constantly.