escape d installation by Amber Kingsnorth, Vancouver

March 11th, 2013 by retail design blog

With a mandate to create an eye-catching, creative and provocative display for the two large front windows of the store, we developed a concept for illuminated ‘windows’ showcasing the curated items offered against a sea of discarded consumer goods. The piece speaks to both the environmental and socio-economic effects of thoughtless consumption and the search for quality, craftsmanship and originality which gives these goods meaning and longevity.

Designed by Amber Kingsnorth / MāK Interiors

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2 thoughts on “escape d installation by Amber Kingsnorth, Vancouver

  1. Amber says:

    Thanks so much for sharing the post! It was such a fun installation to create and build but also a reminder to be more thoughtful in our collection of goods.

  2. Amber says:

    PS: the store is actually called espace d (french or space) – thanks!

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