Camper has recently opened its Camper Can, in c/ Colón 13 in Valencia, Spain.
The new store concept aims to reimagine the brand's retail experience started more than 40 years after the opening of the first Camper store in Barcelona in 1981, and takes its name from the brand’s native Mallorcan language, - Can Camper - meaning “House of Camper”.The brand has opened more than 400 stores until today, and throughout its path has always sought to create different shopping environments that can be both lively and engaging.
For the first time, the brand offers objects for the home and apparel in a brick-and-mortar store together with footwear from its latest Camper and Camperlab styles from the s/s 22 collection under the creative direction of Achilles Ion Gabriel.
The Mallorcan architect Marta Armengol designed the new store, taking her inspiration from contemporary Mediterranean-inspired interiors, combining natural materials with raw textures and industrial accents to reflect the brand’s heritage and products.
The store was designed by Marta Armengol, an architect from Mallorca, who studied at the ETSAB Barcelona School of Architecture and practiced in various disciplines including design, sculpture, and installations.
Armengol has exhibited her works at The Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Matadero de Madrid, and the Dutch Design Festival in Eindhoven.
“Right now, I'm interested in a lot of things. And I'm not only inspired by what I see, but also by what I touch or listen to; what I read or the conversations I have. The way I see the world, I transfer it to what I do,” she continued.