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Nurturing creative projects from initial conception, StoreyStudio is a diverse team of designers and artists with skill sets ranging from architecture, interior and graphic design to sculpture and textile design. Working fluidly between these disciplines we explore the concept of space, challenging and immersing viewers into engaging and innovative environments.

Showcasing patterns from Prada's lurid AW18 collection we transformed MATCHES 5 Carlos Place into a hyper immersive digital pop up.

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Through the application of diffused up-lighting we celebrated both the interior and exterior of this previously shuttered Church, creating an immersive cultural hub for the youth of Chicago.

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Curvaceous forms inspired by elements of 1970’s design created playful and luxurious visual merchandising for Chaos' colourful array of accessories in Selfridge's.

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Exploring the subversive concept of the UNLACED Nike Woman, we created a seductive and fantastical journey that took the guest through past, present and future Nike products during AW18 Paris fashion week

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An evocative journey engaging the senses led guests around a maze of reeds during this captivating AW18 presentation.

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In honour of John Lobb's annual walk, we designed a range of sculptures that resonated with the organic landscape while inviting guests to explore the new collection amongst the Cheesewring granite tor and Gold Diggings quarry.

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Inspired by the Chloe woman, we created a series of luxurious yet playful pop ups which celebrated the release of the Nile 360 bag.

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Celebrating the lightness and softness of Loro Piana's 'Gift of Kings' wool, we designed a colourful and tactile installation for Milan Salone 2018 which allowed visitors to experience the unique material.

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Diverting away from traditional home catalogues, we created a clean, minimal and futuristic set that exhibited Versaces 2018 home collection.

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Drawing reference from hand woven fabric and the architecture of a loom, we created a series of global pop ups which celebrated the lightweight and luxurious quality of Loro Piana's product offering.

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Returning to the home of John Lobb we designed bespoke vitrines that mimicked beacons along the coastal path from Penberth to Porthwarra Coves.

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We created seductive astronomical landscapes with rich gradients and minimalist sculptures to present the Hermes AW17 collection across all UK stores.

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We captured the victories spirit of the Opening Finals while creating a personal narrative for each player within the Nike Portland Campus.

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Allowing the product and space to interact in new ways we re-addressed the conventional retail experience into an explorative journey.

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Lineal troughs of water guided the viewer through the space and created a natural narrative to discover this AW 17 collection.

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Celebrating the concept of park, we designed an urban oasis for the Everlane customer to escape the New York hustle and bustle.

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Drawing the viewer into nature’s perfect balance we created these unique and ethereal windows for all UK stores.

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We gave static sculptures the illusion of movement through simple colour gradients and rhythmic formation.

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Combining Kirkwood's graphic and colourful aesthetic with the concept of his Pearl collection, we designed eye catching windows to compliment the newly designed store.

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Using light as a narrative we created a journey through the space that echoed the collection and embodied the Nike Woman.

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Through the design of bespoke contraptions, we allowed the Hermes product to take on its own playful narrative whilst exploring brand heritage.

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We retraced the footsteps of John Lobb across Dartmoor national park and created unique vitrines for guests to intimately explore the collection while in epic surroundings.

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Using light to create an impact at the Nike 45 Grand space in NYC, we designed an exhibition to celebrate the NFL Thursday night Colour Rush.

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Creating a linear language within this industrial space allowed the work of Richard Kolker to be framed without the viewer standing directly in front of the piece.

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Transferring Kirkwood's brand identity into a three dimensional space, we create a geometric language of complimenting blue tones.

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Constructed entirely from paper this Vionnet show encapsulated a fantasy through a contemporary vision.

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Fragmented imagery and asymmetric structures allowed movement to be the focal point of this display and to challenge the viewer's concept of stasis.

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An exploration of play was at the core of this engaging and experiential retail design for Everlane.

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Creating an elegant disco ambiance through the use of directional light and smoke, we gave Kane’s AW15 collection a platform within the epic volumes of the Tate’s Turbine Hall.

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A strong geometric language was used throughout the space, enhanced by light and smoke to amplify the collection.

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