European accessories brand MCM (Mode Creation Munich), which is known for its travel pieces and small leather goods and handbags, has opened a new five-story flagship store called MCM Haus in Seoul, South Korea.

The Bauhaus-inspired building includes a two-story boutique, restaurant and sky lounge roof terrace. Two façades form the exterior and reflect both the 33-year-old brand’s aesthetic and that of UK artist Richard Woods. One side of the building is covered in square, stainless steel panels inspired by the individually numbered brass plates that appear on each MCM product. The other façade is multicolored and features Woods’ artwork. It is “designed to project the brand’s brightness, energy and dynamism,” says an MCM spokesperson.

A soft launch of the store occurred in April. The official grand opening will be held later this year.

—Christopher Blomquist