Moss Bros windows by Delvendahl Martin Architects, London

January 22nd, 2013 by retail design blog

The project explores the possibilities of the Moss Bros shop windows by distorting the perception of depth and perspective as viewed from the street. This is achieved by using hundreds of cotton strings to stitch the edges of the window space to form a series of seemingly floating voids, where the three main strands of Moss Bros products are displayed. The material expression of the cotton strings recall the raw materials of garments, the loom-based manufacturing process of cloth and the craftsmanship of the Bespoke service.

Designed by Delvendahl Martin Architects
Project Team: Jorge Quiroga,
Fabrication Team: Emma Woodward, Liam Davis, Hylton Mallett, James Edmunds
Structural Engineer: Michael Hadi Associates
Main Fabricator: ADI Solutions
Materials Testing: City University London
Photography: Agnese Sanvito, Katie Frost, Greg Fonne







http://www.dm-architects.co.uk

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