Last month saw Nike open its new NikeLab concept stores across six individual cities: New York, Paris, Milan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and London. The latter, tucked away under the railway arches on Batemans Row, is a uniquely designed space created from a variety of sustainable materials, ranging from the modular shelves constructed from old computers, to the regrind floor made with recycled Nike trainers. Its inventory features exclusive limited editions and collaborations, highlighted by products -- like the Mercurial Superfly HTM and the NIKE F.C. Real Bristol collection -- that convey the point at which sport and design collide. Check out a peek inside NikeLab 1948 London in the gallery below.
via: Soccer Bible