Liddicoat & Goldhill
 RIBA London hit the shops on Regent Street, London in May 2012 with a new window installation project produced around the theme of ‘PLAY’ in collaboration with the Regent Street Association and media partner ELLE Decoration.  We were one of ten architects to be selected to produce a window installation along Regent Street chosen by retailer T.M.Lewin. Our scheme, entitled “High Fliers” mixed the theme of ‘play’ with T.M.Lewin’s brand concept of ‘performance’ where London’s skyline played host to a cluster of serene origami balloons. Using the shirt maker’s crisp folding and cutting techniques, fabrics in multifarious patterns & hues were reshaped into high-flying lanterns.  “The Regent Street Windows Project 2012 fuses together cutting-edge architecture from some of the capital’s leading practices and unique retail design. Together, the pieces form a street-wide exhibition open 24/7.”  The RIBA    Photographed by Tom Gildon

Regent Street Window

LONDON WEST END

RIBA London hit Regent Street in May 2012, with a window installation project around the theme of ‘PLAY’ – in collaboration with the Regent Street Association and media partner ELLE Decoration​.

Liddicoat & Goldhill were one of 10 architectural practices selected – chosen by tailoring shop T.M.Lewin. Our scheme, entitled ​High Fliers, ​mixed the ‘PLAY’ theme with T.M.Lewin’s brand concept of ‘performance’.​ Using the shirt-maker’s crisp folding and cutting techniques, we reshaped fabrics, of multifarious patterns and hues, into lanterns. In our playful installation London’s skyline played host to a cluster of serene origami balloons, reminiscent of neatly pressed collars and cuffs.

The Regent Street Windows Project 2012 fuses together cutting-edge architecture from some of the capital’s leading practices and unique retail design. Together, the pieces form a street-wide exhibition open 24/7.” – The RIBA

Photography: Tom Gildon