RIBA Regent Street Windows Project
Regent Street is home to some of the most iconic architecture in London so it seems apt that a number of inspiring architectural installations will be gracing the street this spring. Playing host to the world’s best up-and-coming architects in partnership with RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects), Regent Street will welcome a melding of unique retail design with contemporary architecture to its stores.
The initiative is now in its fourth year of showcasing original design and conceptual work in a street wide outdoor exhibition. This year, installations will be in place from the 15th April until the 6th May and will pepper the entire width of the street, providing ample material for inspiration and at the very least, some great photographs.
Brands participating in the Regent Street Windows Project 2013 include:Topshop working with NEON, Esprit working with naganJohnson architects, Jack Spade working with Carl Turner Architects, Ferrari Store working with Gensler, Karen Millen with Mamou-Mani and Moss Bros with AY Architects.
Annie Walker, Director of the Regent Street Association, said: ‘The RIBA Regent Street Project, now in its fourth year, is getting more and more recognition. Each time I look forward to seeing the designs and marvel at the result of the collaboration between the architects and the retailers; it definitely adds to the visitor experience.’