1 | Tiny pinpricks of light suspended on wires create interesting patterns in the lobby of
the Museum of the City of New York. Patterns made of light offer unlimited possibilities
for retail stores. 2 | This stunning structure presented Versace’s new, stylish releases for
New York Fashion Week. Visual Citi created the frame with translucent plexi, sandwiched
with mirror acrylic and lit with LEDs. 3 | The Swarming Butterflies trend migrates from
windows (see page 12) to an interior display at the award-winning Lane Crawford in
Shanghai. The props lend a note of whimsy to the sophisticated space, which won a Grand
Prize in the A.R.E. 2014 Design Awards. 4 | A.R.E. correspondents were impressed with
this Visplay booth at EuroShop. It’s made of the repetition of a simple material—plastic
storage containers. The repetition of an object is a concept that can be replicated in-store
for various effects.
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