Chapel Street Installation by Studio Twocan

I truly believe that collaboration is one of the best ways to make any business successful. It allows you to constantly change and grow and lets you share and exchange audiences with another artist. I particularly love stores embracing collaboration with local designers — it always adds so much visual interest to a space. In celebration of their latest collection, Australian fashion studio Cylk collaborated with local designers Twocan (sisters Maddy and Becc Sharrock) on an installation for their flagship store on Chapel Street in Melbourne. Twocan created a sculptural installation that combined natural and recycled materials, including pieces of copper pipe and colored thread. I’ve got a weakness for just about anything combined with copper pipe, so this is going on my dream decoration list. Click here to see more images on Cylk’s Facebook page. Thanks, Maddy and Becc! xo, grace

More images of Studio Twocan’s installation after the jump . . .

  1. I love the colour palette Twocan have used. I can almost see this piece scaled down and made into a metal x thread neckpiece.


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