Garments hang from a handmade oak structure inside fashion boutique Hostem's pop-up store, which was inspired by the works of American artist Oscar Tuazon (+ slideshow).
The temporary Hostem Spring Store is located close to the company's east London headquarters on Redchurch Street, and will remain open throughout 2016 while its permanent boutique is renovated.
The space was once the home and studio of artist Cornelia Parker, and has been transformed into an open-plan gallery-like interior.
A site-specific structure based on Oscar Tuazon's wooden artworks is used to exhibit a rotating display of men's and women's ready-to-wear clothing.
Concrete, wood and stone slab floors are paired with white painted walls and vaulted glass ceilings.
Furniture pieces include Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret's chairs, sofas and Chandigargh table, along with a picnic table inspired by Donald Judd's monolithic Marfa piece.
Artworks by American artists Graham Collins and Lucien Smith hang alongside pieces by Hungarian artist Kika Karadi throughout the store.
"Our discreet and omnipresent team remains on hand to offer the same personal and private Hostem experience, with an evolving emphasis on our collaborative spirit as a holistic destination for fashion, art, and design in the heart of east London," said the team.
In hopes of encouraging clients to sit and stay a while, the Hostem Spring Store features a bespoke sound installation with daily playlists. Complimentary drinks are served in hand-thrown ceramics by Skye Corewijn.
Previously, designers Faye and Erica Toogood transformed the Hostem boutique into a "bohemian" artist atelier by adding a pine sculptor's table, industrial workmen's coats and a lone figure suspended from the ceiling.
London design studio JamesPlumb has also previously created an interior for the boutique, using industrial materials and textured surfaces.