Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition Winners

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Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition Winners

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25 May 2018

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition Winners

Location: Regent St, West London, England

RIBA Regent Street Windows Competition 2018 – Awards revealedd

The Regent Street RIBA Windows has returned for its eight year and saw some of Regent Street’s leading retailers, partnered with emerging and established RIBA Chartered Architects to create a series of unique shop windows on Regent Street.

The design concepts for this year’s window displays were unveiled on Monday 23 April 2018 and the windows have been judged by an esteemed panel from the art and design world which included Jane Duncan, Past RIBA President and Ellie Stathaki, Architecture Editor, Wallpaper*. The campaign also featured the People’s Choice Award, which was held as a public vote hosted on Regent Street Online.

The winners were announced this evening at an Awards Ceremony held at the RIBA in London and are:

• Best Collaboration Award Winner – SMEG with Coffey Architects

• Best Collaboration Highly Commended – L’Occitane with Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects

• Public Choice Award Winner – Jo Malone London with Thomas-McBrien Architects with Paper & Wood

“We are delighted to have won The People’s Choice award. Thomas McBrien and Paper & Wood truly have been exceptional partners and immediately understood and immersed themselves in our brand identity and whimsical style. Inspired by our ingredients the secret garden they created was a magical escape from the outside world, and each of the hundreds of thousands of pieces of hand folded paper was a true masterpiece. Our Jo Malone London customers have been overwhelmed by its beauty and the incredible attention to detail. If only we could keep it forever!” Cheryl Joannides, Vice President General Manager, Jo Malone London

“it is a fantastic honour to be recognised by the RIBA Regent Street judging panel for delivering the Best Collaboration Award. We really enjoyed working with Coffey Architects on this journey to deliver a striking architecturally-led window with real meaning in keeping with the design values, ethos and heritage of both Smeg and Coffey Architects. It has been well received by passers-by and customers coming into the store bringing it to life during the day and the ‘cast’ shadows at night.” John Davies, Head of Marketing, Smeg UK Ltd

The windows are still live on the street until the end of the month and the full pairings for 2018 are as follows:

7 For All Mankind – canalGRANDE

canalGRANDE was established in 2007 as an identity for a practice where the ethos and emphasis are placed on discovery.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

Camper – Freehaus

Established in 2012, Freehaus comprises a multi-disciplinary team of architects and designers who work ethically and sustainably to ensure that its projects resonate with its users and have a positive effect on environments.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

Jo Malone London – Thomas-McBrien Architects in collaboration with Paper & Wood

Thomas-McBrien Architects is an emerging practice whose projects range from temporary installations and residential projects to new larger scale developments.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

L’Occitane – Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects

Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects is an architecture and design practice based in Soho, London.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

Lululemon – KSR Architects

KSR is a highly creative design-led practice based in Camden Town, London.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

SMEG – Coffey Architects

Coffey Architects have a reputation for highly crafted projects that surprise and delight, while creatively adding value.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

Uniqlo – Red Deer

Red Deer is a London based practice with a European soul and an international outlook.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design
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