By providing short-term rental of commercial spaces, the City of Luxembourg offers creators, entrepreneurs or start-ups the opportunity to test a new product, service or concept in direct contact with their customers. Thus, the concept of “pop-up stores” serves as a springboard for tenants who can take advantage of a first experience in a physical store before launching a permanent business. In addition, pop-up stores contribute to the creation of a rich commercial offer and attract a broad public in the city center.
Within the framework of the European Design Festival, designers are presenting limited or exclusive products in pop-up stores:
Flower Club, located at 3, rue Origer, a flower store that also offers bouquet creation workshops with the aim of creating a meeting and learning zone.
Astartelux Jewelry, located at 26 rue des Capucins, is a boutique specialising in ethical and sustainable jewelry making. The brand aims to revive ancient craftsmanship and contribute to the conservation and preservation of the world’s cultural heritage by drawing on the techniques and methods of past civilizations.
ArtCodeUa, located at 40 rue Philippe II, is a boutique offering items by Ukrainian designers and with 40% of the proceeds from sales going to aid organizations active in Ukraine.
Maison Hagda, located at 40 rue Philippe II (from July 5), will feature interior design products made by Moroccan cooperatives.
Awka, located at 43, Grand Rue, is a boutique of contemporary art and unique clothing inspired by the heritage of Ecuador.
The Vintage Store, located at 38 Philippe II Street, offers a selection of vintage products from the 1960s to the 1990s.