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New York City – The new Celine flagship on Madison Avenue is nearly indiscernible from Hedi Slimane’s previous spatial iterations for other fashion houses.
Milan – Storage Associati revived a historic landmark theatre in the Italian city for the Swiss luxury fashion house’s offices and showroom.
Detroit – The company’s first hospitality venture represents its local roots and invests in the rebirth of the city still recuperating from economic and demographic hardship.
In her upcoming Frame Lab talk, Understanding the Connected Customer, Rachel Arthur will assess the balance between privacy and personalisation in retail.
Melbourne – Vision Studio by Studio Edwards is an example of the fashion industry’s spatial impact on the luxury eyewear market.
Hong Kong – The retail brand spatially interprets American cultural tropes with its first brick-and-mortar presence.
As more American states legalize recreational cannabis, dispensaries are getting the luxury retail treatment. And there’s something wrong with that.
Milan – The carpets designed by artist Cayetano Ferrer put Demna Gvasalia's vision for Balenciaga's interiors into question.
Barcelona – The footwear brand asked the Japanese architect to design its new Barcelona store. The result is a thoughtful homage to the city’s unique design mindset.
Shanghai – Daylab Studio came up with a simple solution that has a large impact on how a Chinese e-tailer uses their limited floor space.
Kansas City – As part of its click-and-mortar strategy, DTC mattress company Tuft & Needle is opening residential-like showrooms in unexpected locations.
Amsterdam – As increasingly sophisticated consumers demand newer experiences from spaces, their Venn diagram features a great amount of unexpected circles.
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