Shoe firm seeks pop-up store designers

Ethical shoe retailer Terra Plana is seeking designers to help create a series of pop-up shops.



Ethical shoe retailer Terra Plana is seeking designers to help create a series of pop-up shops.


Starting this year, Terra Plana hopes to open pop-up shops across the world, beginning in London.


The company says it is seeking ‘creative ideas and approaches, centred around sustainable, mobile, short-term shop design’, according to a statement.


It adds that it is seeking designers who ‘are able to produce imaginative retail solutions to a limited budget’.


Terra Plana opened its latest permanent store at Westfield last autumn, co-designed by furniture and product design group Hotcakes and Terra Plana’s head shoe designer Asher Clark.


Those interested in applying to design a pop-up store for Terra Plana can send a CV and examples of past projects in PDF format to pop-up@terraplana.com.






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