Kenneth Park Architects | MCM
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About This Project

Located in the newly renovated wing at King of Prussia, the 1,800 SF MCM boutique brings a modern, sleek and luxe aesthetic to the premium mall. On the exterior, 3”x3” monogrammed brass plates join to form a checkerboard pattern for the storefront portal. Inside, gray stone floors extend through the space, where custom fixtures in brass and ash veneer display merchandise. The use of brass throughout as a key design element creates a subtle industrial edge and highlights the metal hardware used in MCM’s leather goods. The store is divided into two distinct areas, with the room further back designed to be a more intimate and private affair. The neutral, but warm color palette rendered in high-end finishes perfectly highlights MCM’s collection of leather backpacks, handbags, and accessories.


Philadelphia, PA


1,800 SF

Completion Date

August 2016

Interiors, Retail