August 29, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 9
Nike’s put together yet another environmentally minded project, this one utilizing tossed out trash to built a brand new store. Shown is the the Nike X158 Hyper Nature store, one that was put together by Taiwanese architecture firm Miniwiz. Included in the construction process were 5,500 aluminum cans, 2,000 PET water bottles and 50,000 old CDs and DVDs-no word on whether or not there are any ground up shoes serving some purpose in the building. Stay with us after the click to get a quick look at the spot and let us know if you’ll be stopping by any time soon to check out the Nike X158 Hyper Nature location.
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@Jokoko my condolences. haha, shithole.
@Bossk you trippin ...Drake is trash now? lol buggin...
@Facsimile @Jokoko U can't even imagine how the sneaker game has raised in China in the past decade (Refer to Asia releases & YOTR, YOTD stuffs...). Besides, when you know the good people, you can get very high quality B-grades for Nike/Jordan releases (Got the AJ4 Toro Bravo for 100 bucks 1 month before its release). So, I'm not that sad... ;-)