The concept uses a various types of lighting: decorative, rail, spotlights and general. Its characteristic feature are the neon signs, which refer to the Warsaw style of the communist era, just like the furniture of the polish design, including eg. The famous Chierowski armchair.
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Cold, sharp planes of the triangles are supported against the ground on their acute angles and give a cold/piercing impression. Moreover, these planes pointed in different directions (according to the network of squares) ensure attraction towards the inside of the stand and provide clear limits of the stand.
The decision was therefore taken to reference Manchester’s industrial heritage, focusing on cotton and textiles, employing a range of evocative elements including photographic abstracts of 19th century tools and large-scale bespoke artworks. Improving the logistics of the space – increasing the number of covers while making it easier for staff to move around – was of paramount importance.
As a concept for the ceiling we work for an atmospheric and changeable surface that could change in shape, height and ambience, so every moment could look different depending the place you were lookin at, and depending on the exterior natural light, or night light, and all together with a technical lighting towards the clothes