Nike has teamed up with Taiwan-based design and architectural company Miniwiz to produce a new concept retail store, dubbed X158 Hyper Nature. Based in Shanghai, China, the store's interior is constructed using building materials recycled from DVDs, water bottles and beverage cans.
The store comprises two floors. The ground floor contains a retail space, while an art exhibition titled "Nature Amplified: The Art + Science of Fit + Freedom" is installed upstairs.
Nike says that internal features such as the ceiling panels, tension cables, and aluminum joints are made from 100 percent post-consumer waste, and that no glue was used in the binding of the materials.
Alas, we couldn't persuade Nike to provide much in the way of finer details on the premises, such as its dimensions, but if you'd like to check it out in person, head down to Shanghai's Xuhui district.
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