Brand Snapshot | Studiofibre
Having recently celebrated 10 years of creating experiential architectural workspaces for leading brands including Farfetch, The Net-A-Porter Group, The White Company and Agent Provocateur, Studiofibre is looking ahead to the next decade with the launch of a new retail offering.
A Studiofibre workplace is far removed from a traditional office, functioning as a flexible space designed to promote wellbeing and productivity, as well as accommodating spaces for events, digital content creation and often featuring showrooms for VIP shopping appointments.
Launching a dedicated retail division was therefore a natural step. ‘Any space today, be it retail or workplace, has to be multi-functional and envelop the users of the space in a subtly branded environment to provide a stimulating and memorable experience’ says Fiona Livingston, Co-Founder of Studiofibre.
Since launching the retail division in 2017, Studiofibre has completed projects including:
– Two pop-up stores for iconic fashion designer Mary Katrantzou within Le Bon Marche (Paris) and Selfridges (London)
– The creation of an installation for cult new luxury brand Chaos in Dover Street Market and the completion of a permanent home for the brand in Selfridges (London)
– The creation of a new 20,000 square foot interiors flagship within the Mailbox (Birmingham) for Milligan Retail, housing leading homewares designers including Heals and MADE.COM
– The design of an experiential retail space for The Garnered within The Landmark (Hong Kong)
Every Studiofibre project includes bespoke furniture designed and created to bring the brand alive in 3D and to provide tailor-made and beautifully crafted finishing touches.