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Our most-read-about retail spaces in 2017 reveal the polar ways in which brands reconcile ever-increasing digital technology with tangible in-store experiences.
The Hague, Netherlands – Jordy van den Nieuwendijk’s bold artwork in its schoolchild palette adds vibrancy to Ace & Tate’s latest retail interior.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands – What is Dutch design? De Stijl, the 1990s Droog movement, or a quintessential attitude? And what does this mean in the modern context?
EINDHOVEN – Designed by OS & OOS and inspired by Eindhoven’s local industrial architecture, Ace & Tate’s new location reveals the art of shopping for glasses.
AMSTERDAM – For eyewear brand Ace & Tate’s latest store, Standard Studio draws inspiration from Dutch graphic design icon Willem Sandberg.
MUNICH – Complete with optical illusions and retail theatre, Ace & Tate’s Munich store highlights the brand’s European reach.
UTRECHT – Ace & Tate call upon Amsterdam-based Occult Studio to create a contemporary exhibition space for the brand’s second flagship store.
AMSTERDAM – For emerging eyewear brand Ace & Tate's flagship, Occult Studio translates the product into a retail experience.
Ace & Tate joins forces with renowned design collective Studio Droog for a unique summer in residence in Amsterdam.
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