Founded by Rolf Indermühle, Mattias Mohr and Magnus Zwyssig in 2006, ZMIK are a Swiss based design studio working across shop design, cultural events, restaurants, bars and clubsas well as exhibition design, conversions and spacial transformations.
Pictured is their recent project, Temporary Design Boutique for Art Basel. Plywood crates are stacked on top of each other and tied up with lashings into overhanging parcels. Strung together in sequence they form a terraced product display. The limited edition Artbags (the shop’s bestseller) hang on the walls and as they are sold, the walls are gradually emptied created a constantly changing backdrop.
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