Delvaux Valentine window by frank agterberg/bca, Belgium

February 16th, 2013 by retail design blog

Founded in 1829, the House Delvaux is the oldest fine leather luxury goods company in the world. So at frank agterberg/bca we did not only find pride in implementing a concept for the high-end luxury brand, but also plenty of inspiration to create a window theme with the same love and devotion as its creators.

With the elegance typical for the brand, we made the windows of all 10 Delvaux shops in Belgium radiate the seasonal moods of Valentine aiming his arrows at unsuspecting hearts and sunrays timidly piercing through the winter clouds.

We had the leather luxury goods with a royal touch presented in a3-dimensional landscape: a field of heart-shaped tulips, an optical illusion generated with ruby red acrylic stands on highgloss black peduncles of different sizes and heights popping up behind a window full of graphical tulip decals. Creating a warm air of romance and springtime anticipation while maintaining the high level of class and style Delvaux is known for.

Concept & design consultancy by Stan Colders, Mind:Style
Photography by Franky Claeys

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