We were approached to support a campaign that required a large quantity of paper layered props that had been designed by a renowned European designer Adrian and Gidi. Luga Baruga took the initial sketches and developed a solution that works across the aforementioned locations in Europe – including windows, podiums and external display areas. The material we used was sustainable paper to develop, produce and pack the entire scheme. Our project management team oversaw the following:
At one of these venues – located on the edge of the Cotswolds at the heart of rural Oxfordshire – we enhance the individually defined boutique stores and open-air, landscaped, pedestrianised mall recalling the scale and ambience of the villages of south-east England.
Due to our long-standing relationship, we were approached to work on the ‘Do Good’ charity initiative. This initiative supports four charities the following charities Smart Works, World Connect, Brides Do Good, Into University
… where well-known brands come together under one roof and retail their products with a portion of the proceeds going straight to the charities.
Using bold colours and sustainable materials we produced an exciting space that was a storming success during its six-week open period. For more information, click here
From brief, we undertook the following:
We were approached to partner in developing and installing a pop-up store designed by the famous British designer Richard Quinn in partnership with the British Fashion Council. This scheme was produced in a very short lead time (two weeks) and the Pop up store was open for six weeks.
Description of work:
Moose Knuckles is an established Canadian brand that boasts to make the leanest, toughest and most luxurious sportswear in the world! With impeccable tailoring, ethically sourced materials and premium hardware – coupled with proven performance and a unique perspective, Moose Knuckles is an exceptional outerwear brand available anywhere in the world!.
Moose Knuckles approached us for a window scheme for a boutique based in Oxfordshire. The scheme had been produced in North America for their US and Canada outlets. Luga Baruga took inspiration from these displays and recreated the window display to suit a bespoke window bed incorporating all window props used throughout the scheme. The scheme was redrawn, manufactured and installed in four weeks.
Along with the window scheme we produced bespoke mannequin heads, a large format graphic and light box graphics to accompany the window scheme.