The Selfridges, London window display was brought to life by an innovative creation of collective designs for their latest campaign.
The store’s new façade celebrated some of the most exciting developers and homeware designers in the interior design industry with a project called ‘House’.
Mutina’s Rombini Triangle made an appearance for the framework and thanks to the shape of the tile, the rhombus is interpreted in its 3D shape in order to create games of lights and darkness.
The strategically placed tile wall is decorative, eye-catching and a direct focal point for customers. Using effective 3D surfaces in any design project will give the space a contemporary and dynamic appearance.
If you would like further knowledge about the tile used on display, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit the Mutina website here, for information on colours and sizes.
Image courtesy of Christopher Kane.