Levi’s House of Fraser by FormRoom, Bristol, Norwich and Gateshead – UK

June 22nd, 2016 by retail design blog

Levi’s came to FormRoom to design and manufacture the brand’s House of Fraser concessions throughout the UK. Installed in Bristol, Norwich and Gateshead in Newcastle, these concession spaces were based on original designs that FormRoom produced for Levi’s Line 8 Charlotte Road pop-up last year.

For this project, we took our original pop-up concepts and translated them into slick new designs that would capture the core DNA of the Levi’s 8 line, this time as a permanent space.

FormRoom created bespoke furniture with brand identifying finishes, for Levi’s this included natural plywood, black steel and blue neon signage. Key pieces include custom light boxes with plinths for mannequins, plywood tables, rail units and freestanding rails with bespoke table units.















http://glamshops.ro/shop-review-levi-s-house-of-fraser-concessions-by-formroom.html

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