For a recent pop-up shop showcasing the works of members of the British Designers Collective, retail designer Clare Ceprynski created a stunning interior display that included the over-sized roots of a tree. The over-the-top nature of the pop-up retail concept is an example of the continually evolving level of artistry involved in designing such a venue.
Located in the Bicaster Village shopping complex in Oxfordshire, the British Designers Collective pop-up shop features the latest collection from designers including Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto, Roksanda and Sophia Webster. Inspired by the essence of the British countryside, the artful interior is simplistic in its use of off-whites and metallic gold fixtures, while the chaotic tree roots bring the space together in the center.
The British Designers Collective is a partnership with the British Fashion Council.
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