birkenstock shoe display concepts
       
     
 shoe riser with sandal
       
     
stacked tower sequence
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_tower_2.jpg
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_tower_3.jpg
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_tower_4.jpg
       
     
 completed tower stack
       
     
 Shoe riser 2.   The second set of concepts uses a wood "cradle" containing wool inserts to mimic how the cork footbed cradles the users foot in a natural motion.
       
     
Birkenstock_material_tabletop_shoe.jpg
       
     
 tower option 2
       
     
slatwall hanger concepts
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_wall.jpg
       
     
 Option 2 places the shoes on a wood backer with material strips forming a variegated pattern behind them. The option 2 shoe shelves display product both with and without a graphic.
       
     
Birkenstock_material_wall_tilt.jpg
       
     
concept sketches
       
     
sketch4.jpg
       
     
sketch1.jpg
       
     
sketch2.jpg
       
     
birkenstock shoe display concepts
       
     
birkenstock shoe display concepts

Shoe riser 1. 

The first birkenstock concept reflects the stacking of materials that going into a shoe or sandal. The stack concept provides visual interest while allowing to showcase some of the many natural materials that are part of birkenstock shoe designs.

 shoe riser with sandal
       
     

shoe riser with sandal

stacked tower sequence
       
     
stacked tower sequence

A sequence of images showing how the stacked materials would be assembled. With 3 posts, a base and an assortment of plates, each display would be slightly different just as each birkenstock shoe conforms to it's users foot and is slightly different for their use. Shoe shelves are created by layers of wood with shelf areas that extend outward from the stacked tower.

Birkenstock_stacked_tower_2.jpg
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_tower_3.jpg
       
     
Birkenstock_stacked_tower_4.jpg
       
     
 completed tower stack
       
     

completed tower stack

 Shoe riser 2.   The second set of concepts uses a wood "cradle" containing wool inserts to mimic how the cork footbed cradles the users foot in a natural motion.
       
     

Shoe riser 2. 

The second set of concepts uses a wood "cradle" containing wool inserts to mimic how the cork footbed cradles the users foot in a natural motion.

Birkenstock_material_tabletop_shoe.jpg
       
     
 tower option 2
       
     

tower option 2

slatwall hanger concepts
       
     
slatwall hanger concepts

Option 1 uses the stacked backdrop for a hanger on slatwall along with shelving. This version has a display graphic, the next is without the graphic.

Birkenstock_stacked_wall.jpg
       
     
 Option 2 places the shoes on a wood backer with material strips forming a variegated pattern behind them. The option 2 shoe shelves display product both with and without a graphic.
       
     

Option 2 places the shoes on a wood backer with material strips forming a variegated pattern behind them. The option 2 shoe shelves display product both with and without a graphic.

Birkenstock_material_wall_tilt.jpg
       
     
concept sketches
       
     
concept sketches

early design sketches

sketch4.jpg
       
     
sketch1.jpg
       
     
sketch2.jpg