Aesop Launched At Grand Central Station In New York

August 22, 2011

Australian skincare brand Aesop (and one of our faves) have launched in New York with a kiosk at Grand Central that’s made from over 1000 copies of the New York Times.

The newspapers were stacked, torn and bound in a wooden frame then topped with sheets of powder-coated aluminum. The kiosk is

Aesop’s first venture into the American market and was designed by Brooklyn architect Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox.

Aesop are gaining quite a reputation for unusual material choices in their stores. Having visited most of them – they always deliver.

Read the original blog post here on Dezeen.