DAVE PINTER | littleBits NYC Popup Store
20+ years of experience developing and visualizing ideas for brand environments.
retail design,brand environments,brand architecture,interior design,architectural rendering
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31 Jul littleBits NYC Popup Store

littleBits makes the twenty-first century version of the electronics kit. Their no-soldering, magnetic circuit boards and components allow a wide age and skill range to invent and make just about anything. I had the chance to tour their first ever physical store in Soho NYC before it opened to the public. The space aims to inspire anyone to have a go at building something. The interior doesn’t try to be high tech and instead looks more like a workshop filled with bins and containers of building components. The photos are a walk thru view of the space. It is worth a visit if you are in the NYC area. For more information on the store, read my article posted on PSFK:

LittleBits Popup Store Makes Anyone an Electronics Genius