Cult Vision Founder & Director, Panos Nicolaou says: ’We love the new window display Gina has created. We particularly like the way the patterns in her work create a feeling of movement and depth through the subtle use of perceptual phenomena. The installation is particularly relevant to us and our location because the designs are inspired by the Barbican, it's architecture and spaces.’
Pipét Design Founder Gina Pipét adds: ‘This installation is a wonderful opportunity to expose and share our prints and patterns right at the point of inspiration. Viewers will be invited to decipher the starting points and elements of the patterns whilst exploring the fun optical effects within each design.’
The PIPÉT Barbican accessories range includes women's silk scarves, mens pocket squares and our new full length Umbrellas alongside our range of fabric prints. View the full Barbican Collection here.
The installation is on display at the Cult Vision store in Barbican until the end of March and is initiated by Louisa Pacifico of Future Icons, who will be curating and sponsoring the VIP Lounge at The London Art Fair this January.
Louisa has recently launched the ‘67 York Street’ gallery in collaboration with Cult Vision owners Panos & Marianne, hosting a range of brands and collectives from fine art to jewellery, textiles to furniture & lighting - to a discerning new audience in Marylebone.
Exploring the geometric shapes that decorate the city, Gina Pipét’s latest collection takes its inspiration from London’s Brutalist icon - The Barbican. Read our Blog Post about the inspiration and starting points of the Barbican designs.