Commerce is given the art gallery treatment at this new-style mall. White, formerly industrial, and spanning three floors, the space is divided into small walled in “show-nooks” for different products—gravity blankets, the “first subscription electronic toothbrush service”, Mother’s Dirt, a facial spray that contains live bacteria, the kind people need for a healthy biome but remove from their skin with overuse of antibacterial soaps. Products change regularly and all pay to be showcased but, as one 20-something saleswoman proudly told me “You can buy something here and not have to wait for it to be delivered to your home. You can actually walk out with it!” Like. In. A. Store.