Fred Perry Christmas windows by StudioXAG

December 9th, 2012 by retail design blog

StudioXAG were asked to build giant 3D advent calendars in the form Fred Perry’s house to count down the days until Christmas in their stores around the world. Each of the houses have numbered advent doors and one is opened every day to reveal a different Fred Perry product.

Many of the houses have been made bespoke to fit their stores, and at their tallest are a grand 2 metres high with an artwork of Fred Perry’s house printed directly onto all sides of their MDF structure.

Special features include cut-out windows with real net curtains hanging, festoon lighting running along the tops of the terrace, and some extra special houses even have moving doors which open and close to add an extra level of excitement to the spectacle.

Photos @ StudioXAG


















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