Design Seen: Aesop

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Berlin
This Australian brand of hair- and body-care products is known for its minimalist shops, from the Los Angeles outpost on trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard to the Melbourne flagship. For its recently opened 860-square-foot Berlin store, Aesop worked with the firm Weiss-Heiten to create a Bauhaus-influenced space. The green concrete tiles take their cue from Gerhard Richter’s abstract canvases. +49.30.280.96560, www.aesop.com

 

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