Pop along to Harrods to see our most recent work for the Qatar Museums Authority, where we have recently installed our Contemporary take on a traditional Qatari souq, inspired by Qatari culture.
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The base of the unit is crafted from layers of wood that create contours to represent the water flowing around the oars, transporting the sneakers. Hudson’s Bay brand colours are introduced
throughout; painted across the base of the oars and layered in the wood, graphically mapping the impact of the oars within the water.
You really have to congratulate the creative team behind TOPSHOP’S window displays. From concept to installation, they really do know how to come up with the most creative ways to capture your attention, and get you in through the doors. A new year means new windows right after the giant sale banners have been removed.
The store itself is surprisingly large, stretching back quite a way and containing a second floor. The industrial feel given off by the unpainted walls and steel platform is softened by the use of wood on the second floor flooring and the display furniture. At the front of the shop a large floor-to-ceiling window allows plenty of light in.