Following on from Campaign's work with Christopher Bailey to create a range of Burberry furniture and to establish an environmental language, Campaign went on to develop interior concepts for Burberry's stores worldwide. The first of these stores, Burberry Brit and Burberry London, were opened on New York's Madison Avenue.
Taking inspiration from the traditional Georgian townhouse Burberry London evokes the rich and refined atmosphere of a heritage inspired interior. Reflecting the quality of Burberry’s London Collection, a palette of dark timber, polished black chrome and smoked glass furniture is used to accentuate the mood.
As with Brit, London features a system of monumental wall display units – here inspired by the wood panelled walls of a traditional library – complimented by mid-floor display units that enhance the product.
"I have worked with Philip Handford at Campaign on several architectural design projects. Philip's antenna is sensitive to the changes of the way people interact with design – whether that be in a physical or digital space and it is this awareness paired with his energy, diverse skills and creative talent that set him apart. The way Campaign approach every project is both innovative and inspiring - they are a forward thinking and exciting gang!"
Christopher Bailey - Chief Creative Officer – Burberry