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While e-commerce will always be king, online businesses are discovering that there are aspects of brand building that are impossible to achieve without a physical footprint.
Hong Kong – Russian studio Sundukovy Sisters designs a Greek-themed restaurant in Hong Kong where cultural interplays abound.
Hong Kong – A Work of Substance plays with illumination in Khromis, a Hong Kong sunglass boutique.
Hong Kong – March Studio’s 17th store for the Australian skincare company minds the needs of target consumers and shows confidence in the local market.
Hong Kong – Lifetastic Patisserie, a new dessert destination by Max Lam Designs, is as spatially sweet as its name makes it out to be.
Hong Kong – Her, a womenswear boutique designed by Clap Studio in Hong Kong, spatially references the reddish landscape of Mars.
Hong Kong – NC Design and Architecture outfitted Eat Darling Eat with pieces of furniture that are as sweetly appealing as the local desserts served on the plates.
Hong Kong – AIM Architecture designed a store for cosmetics retailer Harmay, where products are hidden inside drawers to turn shopping into treasure hunt.
Hong Kong – CL3 Architects designed H Queen's, a Hong Kong shopping mall housed in an austere glass tower that's completely allocated for art galleries and restaurants.
Hong Kong – Located in the Developing West Kowloon Cultural District, the new Xiqu Centre is a theatre with a mission: it’s half heritage house, half public space.
Amsterdam – Amsterdam-based digital fashion house The Fabricant will showcase fashion’s hand in retail’s tech shift, as recently explored for Hong Kong retailer I.T.
Hong Kong – The retail brand spatially interprets American cultural tropes with its first brick-and-mortar presence.
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