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RIBA Regent Street Windows go on show

Liberty with Architecture Social Club
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RIBA London has unwrapped its architect-designed window installations along Regent Street

Now in its seventh year, the RIBA Regent Street Windows project this year showcases work by 10 practices, including Bureau de Change, Knox Bhavan, Piercy & Co and Matheson Whiteley.

The architects have teamed up with shops, restaurants and cafés along London’s Regent Street to create the installations, which will be in place until 25 September.

This year the window displays extend beyond London’s Regent Street to Liberty on Great Marlborough Street and the RIBA headquarters on Portland Place.

According to RIBA London the windows ‘reflect the versatility and ingenuity of the architects in creating new and fresh designs that build on the history and vision of each brand’.

The installations

7 For All Mankind with KSR Architects

7 For All Mankind with KSR Architects

7 For All Mankind with KSR Architects

Armani Exchange with Matheson Whiteley

Armani Exchange with Matheson Whiteley

Armani Exchange with Matheson Whiteley

Charles Tyrwhitt with Bureau de Change

Charles Tyrwhitt with Bureau de Change

Charles Tyrwhitt with Bureau de Change

Kate Spade New York with Design Haus Liberty

Kate Spade New York with Design Haus Liberty

Kate Spade New York with Design Haus Liberty

Kiehl’s with Piercy & Company x Electrolight

Kiehl’s with Piercy & Company x Electrolight

Kiehl’s with Piercy & Company x Electrolight

KIKO MILANO with Aleksa Studio

KIKO MILANO with Aleksa Studio

KIKO MILANO with Aleksa Studio

Liberty with Architecture Social Club

Liberty with Architecture Social Club

Liberty with Architecture Social Club

Molton Brown with Knox Bhavan & Susie MacMurray

Molton Brown with Knox Bhavan & Susie MacMurray

Molton Brown with Knox Bhavan & Susie MacMurray

RIBA, 76 Portland Place with CAN + Nina Shen Poblete

RIBA, 76 Portland Place with CAN + Nina Shen Poblete

RIBA, 76 Portland Place with CAN + Nina Shen Poblete

Uniqlo with Projects Office

Uniqlo with Projects Office

Uniqlo with Projects Office

RIBA London region director Dian Small said: ‘The RIBA Regent Street Windows project has established itself as a showcase for some of London’s finest emerging architects.

‘Each year the installations demonstrate the fluidity of contemporary architecture, with each pairing embracing innovative art and design practices.

‘It’s a pleasure to see the participants collaborating with some of the world’s leading fashion and beauty brands and envisioning such striking displays on an alternative space and scale.’

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