CLIENT

SUMMARY

For the 2014 Holiday Season I had the opportunity to work with numerous stores with making the "Bird of a Feather" windows.  From the construction of skyscrapers down to the assembling of feathers of each flying critter, I truly enjoyed creating homes of these feathered families.

PROJECT TYPE

INSTALLATION DESIGN

YEAR

2015

LOCATION

ROCKAFELLER CENTER, NYC + VARIOUS

The Rockefeller Center Anthropologie created numerous holiday bird windows including these two birdhouse cityscapes. Working with a team of Anthropologie Display Coordinators from across the US, we had an intensive week of creating the magical details for these two cities. For these windows, I assisted in constructing and finishing the details on the Metropolitan Museum and One57 buildings along with installing the birds onto the finished buildings.


At the North Brunswick Anthropologie, I constructed a family tree of birds, all perched on a wreath-like tree.


Additionally, I assisted in other New Jersey stores in their windows: Edgewater (where I helped build birdhouses and paint larger-than-life leaves), Shrewsbury (I built and painted a wall for their family tree window), and Short Hills Mall (I created structures for the large snow piles and assisted in holiday details for their store interiors).

Anthropologie Edgewater

Anthropologie Edgewater

Anthropologie Short Hills

Anthropologie Short Hills

Anthropologie Shrewsbury  

Anthropologie Shrewsbury

 

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