Premium pavilion design layout for World Gold Council’s exclusive Italian showing at Milan.
Large standing gondolas dominate an open-on-all-sides wooden enclosure accented with glass. Women models, body-painted in gold and wearing gold coloured dresses, complement the theme. Their measured movements around the enclosure adds a kinetic dimension to the overall glitter.
The pavilion has a perfect balance of display sections and discussion areas.
Woly is an 80-year old German shoe care brand that prides itself in its ability to keep innovating to be the best. It’s exclusively available at shoe retailers, and the brand is the first choice for experts and consumers all over the world.
When the brand was launched in India a few years ago, it was important to educate consumers about its superior quality, efficacy and COMPLETE CARE EXPERIENCE promise to keep leather shoes looking like new.
Here’s an innovative free-standing display that we designed to amplify Woly’s new technologies that make their products and its various applications world-class.
Dust-proof Technology : On one half, dust is sprayed on leather shoes to prove the feature.
Water-Blocker Technology : On the other, water is sprayed on leather shoes to prove the feature.
Retail thrives on customer data. But how do you get customers to participate in an activity that’s more a chore to them?
In the mid 90s, Blues Bizzare was an exclusive denim outlet of one of India’s pioneering modern retail format players, Shoppers Stop. The store wanted to collect customer data but found that most shoppers were either too busy to fill out a standard-looking form or couldn’t care less about it.
To make this boring (customer’s POV) yet important (Blues Bizzare’s POV) activity interesting and involving, I designed a LIFE-SIZED MANNEQUIN KIOSK that had a theatrical flair about it, even as he holds a large post with the words ‘What you say, is what you get!‘
The mannequin wears a pair of the latest denims and is in a bent-forward pose. His back is parallel to the ground which serves as a table-top to fill the form. A slot on the top, serves as a drop outlet. From the post, the customer simply pulls out a form that’s designed with graphic symbols that needs to be just ticked, making form filling easy. They then drop the form in the slot. The back pockets of the mannequin’s jeans hold promotional leaflets and other collaterals.
Needless to say, this all-in-one kiosk was designed to attract eyeballs and in the moment of curiosity and admiration that typically followed, to get the job done in fun.