Supreme's new flagship store in Los Angeles - located in the building that once housed the famous Tower Records - is a white box that houses a “bowl” for skaters and features the classic red logo on the facade.
The one-story 8,500-square-foot store was designed by London interiors studios Brinkworth, The Wilson Brothers, and New York architect Neil Logan. And Steve Badgett, of SIMPARCH, a New Mexico collaborative, developed a clover-leafed sculpted wooden and fully floating skate bowl, with three depths and a pale surface bordered by a darker rim.
Around the bowl, a metal wall was installed – with a jagged black hole by artist Nate Lowman – to reflect the blurred silhouettes of skaters. Sandstone benches were placed on the polished concrete floor to recall the Santa Monica Sand Gaps – a Los Angeles skatespot. A life-size F1 car by Mark Gonzales was parked in the center of the room and one of the walls houses a mural by Josh Smith.