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Robert Storey

Set and Spatial Design DirectorUnited Kingdom
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Robert Storey

Set and Spatial Design DirectorUnited Kingdom
About me
StoreyStudio was founded in 2009 by Robert Storey, a British creative director working between London and New York. Studying Fine Art Sculpture at Central Saint Martins his work has become known for its bold and graphic aesthetic which has been called upon by an ever expanding international client list including Louis Vuitton, Kenzo and Christopher Kane. The studios architecturally inspired practice explores a spectrum of spatial disciplines realised in projects from the smallest of still life shoots to large scale catwalks, permanent retail spaces and most recently furniture design. Robert has received commendation for his work being listed by the Business of Fashion as one of 10 young New York creatives shaping the future of fashion as well as a spot on the British Vogue power list in May 2015 and the BOF 500 list in both 2014 and 2015. Phaidon has recently published Storey’s work with Nicholas Kirkwood as one on the 100 most exciting interior design projects in the last 5 years in their book titled ‘Room, Inside Contemporary interiors’
Projects credited in
  • Nike — Just Do It HQ At The Church 18We transformed the previously shuttered Church of the Epiphany in Chicago's West loop into a pop up basketball facility for the local community. Honouring the existing elements yet amplifying them through materiality we created an aspirational training and game space, incorporating a full basket ball court, off-court training, locker room and infinity video booth for post game debriefing. Echoing the existing architecture and colour palette of this 19th century church we allowed the functionali
  • Hermes — In Time FW 16Taking a contemporary and artistic approach, we worked with simple monochrome gradients to create the illusion of kinetics within the window. Employing the ideals of whimsical femininity and combining this concept with movement we used static poles placed in a formation to become representational of motion. Mannequins were used to complement these structures and further elaborate the idea of being lifted upwards.
  • Everlane — Shoe Park 2.0Taking inspiration from London’s Barbican, we worked with honest materials to encapsulate the ethos of Everlane; transparency. Our goal was to challenge the traditional idea of retail and rework the consumer experience by creating a retail tool kit which included checking your shoes in at the door and having every shoe size on display. Juxtaposing the city with nature, we explored architectural landscapes to immerse Everlane's customer into a green oasis of modular structures. Photographed by G
  • British Vogue — Beauty Still LifePhotography by Leandro Farina
  • Hermes — Gravity GluePhotography by Melvyn Vincent
  • Vogue China — Artful ShapesPhotography by Ben Toms
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Work history
    Creative DirectorStorey Studio
    London, United KingdomFreelance
  • Set Design
  • Spatial Design
  • Creative Art Direction
    BA (Hons) Fine ArtUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    Central Saint Martins