We were very excited to be asked again to create art installations for the Arts Brookfield Pianos at Brookfield Place. This time we created bright colourful backdrops, developing the idea of geometric houses for the pianos that we could cover in artificial flowers.
Well it is of course that time of year so we have been busy with many Christmas visual merchandising projects for our clients! Here is one of the latest that we have been working on for Westfield Whitford City.
When I was asked to create a Style Suite at Westfield Whitford City, I was very excited to use some of the inspiration from the cities and retail experiences I had seen on my recent retail tour and ideas that had developed from this...
140 is undergoing an exciting transformation and as part of this they decided to hold a series of intimate events for guests in order to share their new vision for the precinct. Our brief was to create a space that would give guests a taste of the new 140 redevelopment, which will be a vital urban village with an eclectic edge.
Well this wasn’t the toughest job I have ever had! Collaborating with the team at Margaret River Chocolate Company to create a range of gift hampers full of their chocolate products and gourmet Providore range. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
With Whatley Crescent, Maylands being my local high street I was very excited to be asked to do a Christmas window for one of it’s retailers, Look Feel Be (LFB), where I am also a regular customer. Well from the beginning to completion, working on the Christmas window concept for LFB was a very Maylands affair and lots of fun!
As part of Brookfield Place on St. Georges Terrace we were engaged to create a visual merchandising concept design for a temporary exhibition space in the corner tenancy of Newspaper House. The aim was to integrate artistic, historical and digital elements in order to engage and entice a range of different audiences.
Miss Brown Vintage has come on-board the 140 Pop-up Project. We had been very fortunate to be engaged to design and merchandise the store and were excited to work within the parameters of a pop-up shop...
When you are merchandising your business for Christmas the styling, whether in a shop, office or even your home, doesn't always have to be based on the most obvious Christmas trend. It can be created around the style of your business, your brand’s ‘personality’ or the style of your home interior. Once you have established this then you only need to add just enough of a twist to give the customer the feeling of Christmas.
Patricia Fernandes is a Perth based contemporary ceramic artist. Patricia has an extensive range of exquisite jewellery pieces as well as adding wall plaques to the mix. Patricia knew that they weren’t being showcased to their full potential and wanted to improve the presentation of her market stall at the Perth Upmarket. Design Merchants to the rescue! Read More...