STORE DESIGNS

In 2015, Wink began a series of collaboration with renowned designers in fashion, interior and architectural industries. Wink X Stores are curated by our Creative Director Zifeng Wei, an architectural graduate from the University of Bath and the AA, who has worked with renowned architects such as Sou Fujimoto and TYIN tegnestue. Wink X Stores are conceived in a collaborative process with architects and interior designers, focusing on the creation of unique and exciting shopping experiences.
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WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary.  Designed by Spora Architects.

WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Spora Architects.

Wink Oktogon by Kissmiklos Photo: Bálint Jaksa

Wink Oktogon by Kissmiklos Photo: Bálint Jaksa

WINK Store at Westend, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by WY

WINK Store at Westend, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by WY

WINK Store at Mammut, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Indelab

WINK Store at Mammut, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Indelab

WINK Store at Mammut, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Indelab

WINK Store at Mammut, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Indelab

WINK Store at Oktogon, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Miklos Kiss.

WINK Store at Oktogon, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Miklos Kiss.

WINK Store at Oktogon, Budapest, Hungary.  Designed by Miklos Kiss.

WINK Store at Oktogon, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Miklos Kiss.

WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary.  Designed by Spora Architects.

WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Spora Architects.

WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary.  Designed by Spora Architects.

WINK Store in Fashion Street, Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Spora Architects.


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