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89 Ridley Road
Studio 24, Second Floor
E8 2NH
15 Rue des Filles du Calvaire
Paris 75003

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Founded in 2009, StoreyStudio is a spatial design practice with studios in London and Paris. The work of the studio spans a varied spectrum of scales and creative disciplines to create both temporary and permanent spaces that blend sculpture and architecture, pushing the boundaries of sensorial and immersive experiences. The studio’s artistic approach to narrative-led environments has earned a reputation of being one of the industry’s leading creative studios in spatial practice, with projects developed globally for prestigious clients such as Prada, Hermés, and the V&A Museum.

StoreyStudio’s multidisciplinary team has been involved in a series of key projects that reflect on the contemporary conditions and ongoing transformations occurring in the retail and cultural fields, across online and offline experiences. Through research, strategy and design based projects, the studio has experimented with emerging spatial typologies that challenge the user experience. The studio is driven by the want to expand the possibilities of spatial design to rethink how we experience luxury, retail & culture today.

The studio is led by Robert Storey, who after completing his studies in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in London, founded StoreyStudio. For the past decade he has lived and worked in NYC, London and Paris and gained recognition with esteemed fashion authorities; in 2014 The Business of Fashion cited Robert as one of 10 young New York creatives shaping the future of fashion and latterly went on to name him on the BOF 500 list.
Having collaborated with a number of Vogue titles, Storey was recognised on British Vogue’s power list of 2015.
Robert tutors at the Royal College of Art, where he leads a group of students on the MA Interior Design ‘Display’ platform, as well as participating as a speaker in several academic realms, including the course ‘Retail Futures’ within the School of Architecture.
The Phaidon publication ‘Room, Inside Contemporary Interiors’ published Storey’s ongoing work with Nicholas Kirkwood, acknowledging it as one of the 100 most exciting interior design projects of the last 5 years.

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