Ta-dah!! The finished piece for my very last final project this quarter! I was so thrilled the way it turned out with only one weeks time to build!
We were assigned to choose a store/brand and build a kiosk that demonstrates their image in a new light. I chose Anthropologie because I love their branding concept + current aesthetic. I did a ton of research on both the corporate + design aspects behind their brand + came up with a concept that strays away from their current contemporary yet rustic feel and links more to their goal of becoming a global, vintage brand. I used a hexagonal shape because it gives a recognizable touch as it is a shape used throughout many of their store decor/window displays from time to time.
I chose a vintage color scheme that boasts one of their gorgeous patterned graphics as the focal point, along with the hanging pendant + what would be the display case that shows through to both the back and the front of the kiosk. Also on the back wall are the digital catalogs that a consumer would interact with to search for or discover a product they would like to buy. Once they received the item # they could send their order over to the "BUY" screens, where they would swipe their card + purchase their product(s). In return, they would get a receipt/ticket that notifies them that their purchase will be shipped free of charge to the address they provided.
I'm a big fan of the concept because I like to shop with a purpose. I either know EXACTLY what I plan to get or at least have a good idea + don't like to be bothered or hassled while doing so. It's definitely something i'd stop + interact with at a mall-- at least much more so than the kiosks that exist in our malls now!
**This is an original concept + design. Permission for usage required.**