Architects decorate Regent Street shop windows

Architects are creating window installations for nine shops on London’s Regent Street as part of this year’s Royal Institute of British Architects Regent Street Windows Project.

Bose, by Zero Zero
Bose, by Zero Zero

The practices have been tasked with creating new displays based on the theme of play.

Folli Follie, by Studio Egret West
Folli Follie, by Studio Egret West

Feix and Merlin has created an installation for Ferrari which features ribbons of neon light which form the outlines of Ferrari cars.

Ferrari, by Feix and Merlin
Ferrari, by Feix and Merlin

Gort Scott has developed a geometric arrangement of painted sticks for the Anthropologie windows, which will act as the backdrop to mannequins.

Anthropologie, by Gort Scott
Anthropologie, by Gort Scott

The windows at Banana Republic feature an installation of small plastic safari animals in resin, developed by Ushida Findlay and Visitor Studio.

Banana Republic, by Ushida Findlay Architects and Visitor Studio
Banana Republic, by Ushida Findlay Architects and Visitor Studio

The other projects see Bradley van der Straeten working with Quiksilver, De Matos Ryan working with Reiss, Delvendahl Martin Architects working with Moss Bros, Egret West working with Folli Follie, Liddicoat & Goldhill working with TM Lewin and Zero Zero working with Bose.

Moss Bros, by Delvendahl Martin Architects
Moss Bros, by Delvendahl Martin Architects

Quiksilver, by Bradley van der Straeten
Quiksilver, by Bradley van der Straeten

Reiss, De Matos Ryan
Reiss, De Matos Ryan

TM Lewin, by Liddicoat and Goldhill
TM Lewin, by Liddicoat and Goldhill

The window installations are all going on display between 16 April and 6 May.

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  • elideth November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Great job!

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