It’s a Marimekko World: Marimekko's NYC Flagship by Studios Architecture

Aalto stools also line one of the sales floor’scustom tables topped in oak.

Adapting an IMAdesigned Marimekko concept for a 1909 building in New York, Studios Architecture replaced later windows with ones identical to the originals.

Alvar Aalto designed the stools in the two fitting rooms.

Glazed ceramic 4-inch floor tile distinguishes the kitchen vignette, which has a functioning sink.

Custom racks in steel and glass offer bolts of cotton prints.

In front of a lounge vignette, accented withottomansby Ilkka Suppanen, hangsacus- tom pendant fixture with a shade of cotton stretched over an aluminum frame.

Clothing hangs from customrodsinpowder-coatedsteel.

Graphics printed on the vinyl sidewalk tenting used during construction have become artwork.

The entry integrates shelving in low-iron glass.

Fluorescent fixtures light bunks in engineered oak.

Pillows, tablecloths, and the like can be sewed on-site.

The cash-wrapdesk combines concreteand stainless steel.

On the top bunk, a bedcover and pillows sport Maija Isola’s Unikko, a best-seller since 1964.