Jenifer Haider Chowdhury: The first thing that comes to our mind when thinking about the winter season or frosty weather is a warm attire like a furry jacket, a woolen sweater, a blanket, or a thick cloak that makes us feel warm and comfortable. So if a store sell these winter attires , the store should represent a warmish vibe in it’s architectural features to welcome the customers warmly . There is no need to set up a billboard or model’s photo to make this a winter fashion store.
So my idea was that the store could have some interesting features on it’s exterior facade like big furry balls or wrapped blanket or woven wool etc. I took some inspiration from nature like a woolly aphid bug’s skin pattern, a moth’s skin pattern, a dandelion’s puffball pattern, black swan’s feather pattern and used those in my prompts to generate the ideas. I tried to create a winter architecture that is easy to build, yet fascinating to watch.
I choose the black and white combination because these colors are giving a bold impression and the warm tone light makes the whole environment super cozy.