Retro Sixties Vibes For Levi’s V&A Pop-Up

As part of our ongoing relationship with Levi’s, FormRoom were asked to design and build a shop-in-shop within the V&A to celebrate their latest “You Say You Want A Revolution?” headline exhibition. We also installed our concept within the V&A pop-up shop, located on the legendary Carnaby Street, London.

Taking inspiration from the “Records and Rebels” of the exhibition, FormRoom looked to inject some retro sixties vibes whilst staying true to the Levi’s brand, through the use of natural plywood and seamless joinery.

“97% of people at woodstock wore levi’s – and the rest were naked”

An old saying goes “97% of people at Woodstock wore Levi’s – and the rest were naked”. FormRoom were happy to bring a bit of revolution into the V&A museum and the 21st century.


15 Minutes With: Waugh Thistleton Architects (Sustainability 3/5)

(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 »