Stampd
Los Angeles, CA
2016

Stampd’s first brick and mortar retail space was designed The entire space is 4,200 square-feet. The retail area is 1,400 square-feet and the showroom is 1,000 square-feet.

Honed, unfilled travertine was used for the flooring and cashwrap . Other key materials include blackened steel, whitewashed brick, and white oak--largely inspired by the space’s existing raw wood ceiling.This multi-purpose space is divided into three distinct areas, the front area is devoted to retail, while the back area is an extension of the Stampd office. The area between the office and store is used as a showroom for meetings and buyer appointments.

Visitors and clients enter through an all-white, double-height stairwell with natural white oak flooring, offering an area of transition between the street and the retail space. In keeping with the brand’s clean aesthetic, the retail area’s floor-plan is minimal with niche displays, a custom travertine cash wrap and Snarkitecture-designed furniture.


Photos by Noah Kalina