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Department store operators are increasingly turning their spaces into incubators for some of the most revolutionary ideas in physical shopping.
New markets, new experiences and new visions: don't miss the latest and greatest spaces that global retail has to offer.
London – The British retailer worked with Gensler to build an experiential, immersive electronics department that expands its previous one by nearly 80 per cent.
Selfridges is taking advantage of consumer enthusiasm for the intangible by working with digital artists for everything from visual merchandising to social media campaigns.
Amsterdam – A grid-like men's department by i29 interior architects in De Bijenkorf's Amsterdam flagship highlights the strategy that keeps Selfridges Group-owned department stores …
Seoul – Inside of the Lotte Department Store in Seoul, local firm Labotory designed a shutter-friendly retail space that sells cameras, photographs and photo books.
Paris – Three months after its opening, how is the Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées faring when it comes to the overall in-store experience?
Shanghai – Alberto Caiola’s pop-up space for Crash Baggage, located in Shanghai’s Galeries Lafayette, brings something new to the luggage category: in-store fun.
New York City – New York-based EC Studio's displays for Saks Fifth Avenue reflect the iconic brand's emphasis on modernity, individuality, personalisation and ease.
London – English department store Selfridges wanted to speculate about where things are heading in luxury retail, so it brought along seven partners in design.
AMSTERDAM – Arket’s ID codes transform product labels into product stories online, but managing director Lars Axelsson explains why you won’t find that in-store.
PARIS – Uufie’s reconstruction of the historic department store introduces a new atrium inspired by springtime flowers as well as by the building’s Art-Nouveau aesthetic.
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