Tag results for: 2012 London Olympics

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Nike Sportswear – Track & Field Collection

Among the myriad updates we’ve been bringing you throughout the day on Nike‘s newest advances in the footwear world, the Swoosh is still setting aside some time to pay respect to their roots in track and field. Citing the initial fervor of Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight … READ MORE


Nike Sportswear Pays Homage to USA Basketball’s Dream Team

The Destroyer Jacket is fast becoming one of the go to styles in Nike Sportswear‘s arsenal, and they’ve selected the silhouette yet again for a very special tribute ahead of this year’s 2012 Summer Olympics at London. Looking back to one of the greater moments in Olympic … READ MORE


Nike HTM Flyknit Collection – HTM Racer & HTM Trainer+

At every conjuncture within Nike‘s innovative streak there was the HTM Collection, a remarkable partnership between Japanese influencer Hiroshi Fujiwara, legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, and Nike CEO Mark Parker. And just like when the collaboration first started in 2002, the three friends worked as one entity … READ MORE


Nike Lunarlon Collection

One of the hallmarks of success for Nike’s sneaker centric innovations is when a piece of technology begins to permeate throughout their wide ranging collections. The Lunarlon technology has been doing that for some time now, with everything from runners to basketball and skate shoes enjoying the … READ MORE


Introducing The Nike Flyknit

A legion of global media descended upon New York City over the weekend. While their host, Nike, was secretive about the purpose, most knew something unique was about to take place. And so this morning, Nike introduced the first new innovation for 2012, the Nike Flyknit. In … READ MORE


2012 London Olympics – Aquatics Centre | By Zaha Hadid

When the games of the 2012 Summer Olympics get under way in London next year, feats of athletic achievement won’t be the only things that the crowds will marvel at. The London Aquatics Centre, a massive structure that holds three pools with a 17,500 seating capacity, will … READ MORE


2012 London Olympics – Velodrome | By Hopkins Architects

Broken ground in March 2009, the velodrome for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London became the first venues to be finished for the games. In the time of economic constraints, the lead architectural team, Hopkins Architects, not only handed the arena over on time but within budget … READ MORE


NikeTown London – World’s Largest Nike Store

In an unprecedented push to expand its retail presences globally, Nike re-opened its NikeTown at Oxford Circus location after an extensive renovation. The storefront, dubbed as NikeTown London, now extends across 4 floors and covers roughly 42,000 square-foot, which easily makes it the largest Nike retail location … READ MORE