DON'T THROW STONES AT GLASS HOUSES

Winnipeg will soon be showcasing a new sleek, contemporary, 21 story condo structure unlike anything else the city has ever seen. Designed by Stantec Architecture and developed by Urban Capital, one of Canada’s most innovative real estate development companies the launch of Glasshouse Sky Lofts is sure to make it's mark with our quickly evolving skyline.

Design Shop, completely unaffiliated with this monster project was asked to support in the marketing efforts for the Glass House Sky Lofts, specifically with their "breaking ground" soiree. Our friends and the Web Designers for our spunky little site, Honest Agency asked us for some designerly, styling, party planning love when it came to the creation of the interior environment and experience.

The tent environment we were to part-ay in was quite a contrast to the new condominium building to be, but alas there lies the challenge! Taking cues from the future common lobby space rendering, Design Shop tried to echo the concept for the party backdrop.

Rendering of the to be lobby space for the Glass House Sky Lofts. Created by others. http://glasshousewinnipeg.com/

Rendering of the to be lobby space for the Glass House Sky Lofts. Created by others. http://glasshousewinnipeg.com/

We had custom "bedazzlers" made for the event that  hovered over the bar area. A similar lighting story was suggested in the renderings of the Glass House Sky Loft lobby space.

We had custom "bedazzlers" made for the event that  hovered over the bar area. A similar lighting story was suggested in the renderings of the Glass House Sky Loft lobby space.

Have to ham it up at a soiree. Design Shop business partner Deb + Amanda strike a pose in front of their custom (very easy to remove and non damaging) tent wall vinyl. Again, this detail was intended to echo the wall covering feature wall indicated in the Glass House lobby rendering.

Have to ham it up at a soiree. Design Shop business partner Deb + Amanda strike a pose in front of their custom (very easy to remove and non damaging) tent wall vinyl. Again, this detail was intended to echo the wall covering feature wall indicated in the Glass House lobby rendering.

The tent is now down - within minutes of the party end, but the Glass House Sky Loft "pop up store" can be visited in the underground at Winnipeg Square.

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The Design Shop Girls

Source: http://glasshousewinnipeg.com/