Windows by Love Pavlov

The department store Breuninger requested interactive windows for their young fashion department.

 For the German department store Breuninger, Stuttgart-based interdisciplinary design studio Love Pavlov created a 25-m long interactive window.

The series was for the opening of a young fashion department, and brings layers of quirky interactive features that engage passers-by. Using 24 servomotors, three microcontrollers, two sensors and more, arrows spin, fans whir and sewing machines patter.

The highlight is an interactive 'x-ray' screen featuring a skeleton that mirrors the movements of onlookers.

Images courtesy Love Pavlov.

Leaderboard: Architonic
Leaderboard: Architonic

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