The project has been designed over 3 months’ period from developing the overall concept to each individual flower design done in Adobe Illustrator, laser cut, print and production.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, it comprises of 22 roses of a dimension that spans between 850mm/120mm for the largest elements, 70 bendable leaves and two headdresses for the store’s mannequins.
A large scale decoration project for Hotel’s foyer, with over 650 single elements, leaves, winter berries and center flowers in sculpted polystyrene all painted by
hand and airbrush.
The contemporary and geometric design has been planned on the use of two distinctive palettes, a cold and a warm one, together with the implementation of Perspex rods. The festive mood was created by using hundreds of micro LED’s mounted on each section.
Shiseido Evento Marketing
Ice Tank, London, United Kingdom
Design and production of a floating element for one off Shiseido marketing campaign at the Ice Tank Studio in London.
Dozens of meters of Colorama paper have been individually hand cut in strips, and the shape has been obtained on site, achieving an organic effect, casual yet sophisticated in its entire simplicity of shapes and shadows effects projected on the surrounding walls.
Urban Retreat SPA, Harrods, Knightsbridge, London, United Kingdom
Design & production of a window display for Urban Retreat Spa at Harrods and flower design for the salon’s magazine.
Veuve Clicquot Marketing Event, Stoke Park Country Club, United Kingdom
Display for an outdoor marketing event, 120 handmade flowers and on site installation and styling.
Lungta de Fancy Boutique, Bond Street, London UK
This was the very first window treatment project made in paper for ''Lungta de Fancy", a luxury boutique located on Bond Street in Mayfair, very well known for designer's brands in the heart of the capital.
Our client has chosen a warm and strong colour palette, of a metallic shade, from ochra to golden and bronze tones, opting for paper and card of a consistent body weight and maintaining the paper's natural colours.