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Once considered the keystone strategy for physical stores to retain relevance, what does experiential retail look like in an era of safety-first shopping?
Our founder Robert Thiemann interviewed the entrepreneur about his shift toward 'slow hospitality' at Frame Awards 2020.
Daan Lucas’ Frame Awards 2020 talk explains how spatial design can provide a context for brands to use technology to build more authentic relationships with their audience.
A talk by the creative during our day programme will explain why it’s valuable for spatial design to invest in building bridges between virtual and physical worlds.
London – To tease a new Lego concept, the toy brand and Camille Walala paired up to build a colourful five-room house pop-up in London.
Cologne – German designer Mike Meiré talks on brand values and relevancy and the trade fair industry in the age of Instagram.
Singapore – With nine beauty-verses, the Kingsmen-designed Sephora Playhouse showed that Insta-friendly pop-ups continue to pay off for brand engagement.
Atlanta – Julio Himede Design created Nickelodeon Slime City, an interactive universe for kids – and adults – dedicated to celebrating the sticky green stuff.
Amsterdam – Sakchin Bessette, co-founder of the globally renowned entertainment studio Moment Factory, gives insight into creating shared experiences in the digital age.
Keith, Scotland – Using bespoke art-tech, FDDS finds a striking way to update the home of Chivas Regal, Scotland’s longest-running whisky distillery.
Frankfurt – From Post-its to whiteboard-paneled rooms, the PWC Experience Center is an exploration into how a space can encourage collaboration and creation.
Xi'an, China – Sybarite created SKP Xi’an, a mall that uses meticulous design to provide a cohesive experience among numerous experiential spaces and a thousand stores.
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