Interiors Students work with M&S on concepts for Paris store
Date: 3 January 2013
The Modern Emporium studio in the Cass School of Design has been developing concepts for M&S (Marks and Spencers) new store in Paris, France. The second and third years students, led by tutors Markus Nonn and Onur Ozkaya have been working on alternative proposals for the Home and Furniture department of M&S's newly opened store in Paris. The store is located within the new So Ouest Shopping mall in the north west of the French Capital and comprises a mid size Home and Furniture department of approximately 350 m2.
The students produced new concepts and proposals that re-imagining the entire department from scratch. At the end of this term, students have presented their initial concept developments to M&S design team and as a result, six students will have the opportunity to present their work to a wider audience at M&S by end of January 2013.
|Course||BA (Hons) Interior Design|
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