The project was developed as part of the RIBA Regent Street Window Competition in 2014 for the classic perfumery, Penhaligons. The delicate copper lattice structure was designed as a reference to the antiquated methods of distilling perfume and the copper apparatus used in the process. The project was proposed as an evocated and experiential piece that aimed at drawing people into the shop to engage with the making of the perfume.
The project was awarded Best Dressed window and due to its success was later installed in 17 of their stores globally.
Collaboration with Aljawad Pike