Blobitecture at Selfridges, Birmingham, March 2021
Blob architecture, better known now as blobitecture , has been a popular design style since the 1990s. It refers to the overall curvaceous, blob-like shape. The Birmingham Selfridges store is classic blobitecture. Apparently, the shapely design was intended to evoke the female silhouette clothed in a famous “chainmail” dress designed by Paco Rabanne in the 1960s.
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 11 April 2021
Posted as part of One Word Sunday