Porcelain by SO-IL | Dezeen
New York architects SO-IL have designed these coloured acrylic display cases in geometric shapes to showcase pieces by German porcelain brand Meissen in an exhibition at Kunsthal KAdE in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. The 32 boxes sit on MDF plinths and enclose figurine's from Meissen's archive, including designs from the eighteenth century. An exhibition of SO-IL's
Display - visual merchandising II
Anthropologie London: Teacup skirt Urban Outfitters: mystery window Urban Outfitters: San Francisco Liberty: London Here are some more inspirational windows to make you think about possibilities for sketchbook development and promotional campaigns.
Hoog en Droog by Jephte Francissen | Dezeen
Dutch Design Week 09: at Designhuis in Eindhoven this week Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Jephte Francissen presents a system for storing items in crates overhead. Called Hoog en Droog (High and Dry), the project consists of wooden storage crates that can be hoisted up to the ceiling using a clock spring. The project is on
Bridal Visual Merchandising in London
In order to understand and fully appreciate the glamorous appearance and atmosphere of high end bridal boutiques I recently took a trip to ...
A New Way to Window Shop with Kate Spade Saturday
Kate Spade Saturday, the new line that's introduced hipster-mod cred to the venerable womenswear brand, has partnered with eBay to roll out interactive "window shops" in four locations throughout Ma...