Warby Parker, University Village, Seattle

October 14, 2016

Warby Parker goes back to the future — design-wise at its new store in Seattle.
The design recalls the classic library-inspired aesthetic of the brand’s first-ever store in downtown Manhattan, and is outfitted with light oak shelving, spacious marble tabletops and brass detailing.
It also features exposed metal ceiling beams, concrete flooring and skylights. 
Once again, Warby Parker has teamed up with artist Geoff McFetridge, who collaborated with the brand on two of its projects in Los Angeles. In Seattle, he did a bright blue mural on the store’s interior, and also a black-and-white one on the exterior.
To date, Warby Parker has opened some 35 stores.