We recently had the opportunity to work on a fun project for with a wildly popular and successful instant print camera and film brand, creating displays for its first-ever brick-and-mortar store in the US. Sorry though, our lips are sealed. We can’t disclose the brand, but we bet you can take an educated guess.
This multinational photography and imaging company’s marketing agency enlisted us to create exciting window and interior displays for its 5th Avenue storefront in Manhattan. Between both teams’ brainstorming sessions, we were able to conceptualize the windows display and a massive photo-frames chandelier that would hang from the ceiling and act as a focal point
Once all the details were approved, we designed, engineered, manufactured, and installed the displays within seven to eight weeks for the fast-approaching July grand opening. The immersive photo and brand experience in the heart of New York’s historical Flatiron District, long known as the photography district in the city, is a one-of-a-kind creative space that we helped design specifically to reacquaint patrons with the wonder of photography. The experiential retail space also features a DIY lounge, where in-house experts and special guest crafters will lead classes and exhibitions to educate and inspire attendees.
The Preferred Display team was delighted to have been part of this experience.