Mon Purse Unveils Dynamic Pop-Up With Embossing Station

As part of their international expansion, Australian luxury accessories brand Mon Purse approached Formroom to create a dynamic pop-up concept for Selfridges, Birmingham.

Following the success of FormRooms’ concession space designs, the pop-up evolves from the current store design and uses a similar material palette whilst playing with new shapes, levels and textures.

​The team paid close attention to styling props for the range of bags and accessories displayed on the elegant marble counter tops.

The space showcases the embossing machine and provides a better area for customer consultation within the contemporary and inviting space.


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(Image credit: Waugh Thistleton Architects) We were overjoyed to interview Dave Lomax, Associate Director at Waugh Thistleton Architects (WTA), a London based practice renowned for their pioneering use of timber in large-scale buildings. Large-scale timber buildings provide sustainable benefits by storing large amounts of carbon, reducing energy consumption, and promoting renewable resources. With a focus... Read more »