Monday, 20 July 2009

Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London

Thankfully, London 'Sale' windows are gradually being replaced with more creative narratives which always bring me so much pleasure. Walking through Knightsbridge, here in London, I came across the new installation at Harvey Nichols. What is so interesting here are the links that can be identified between yesterdays blog and these windows. My students used 2mm plywood and began to visualise their two dimensional drawings into a three dimensional outcome. While the creatives at Harvey Nichols would not necessarily have produced these thinking or working in the same way, the end result illustrates how potent these ways of working can be and how they can have other applications, but ultimately, as is my intention, how we can move these concepts forward.





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