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As stores begin to reopen in some areas and remain shuttered (or have been reshuttered) in others, we hear three different perspectives on retail’s recovery.
Shanghai – Daylab is back with a beta version of e-commerce platform Heyshop’s brick-and-mortar concept, this time targeting both males and Key Opinion Leaders.
Partially repurposing showrooms as fulfilment centres could give bricks-and-mortar a new lease on life.
Retail brands need go beyond vague promises and take concrete steps to support Black entrepreneurs.
Consumer-brand relationships, omnichannel strategies and technology will keep physical stores relevant, discussed leaders from De Bijenkorf, Liganova and Specific Generic in a #FrameLive talk.
Lockdown potentially cemented the car interior as a space where we can achieve a lot more than travel.
Moscow – Form Bureau designed a new tasting room, company store and lounge zone to complement the tour experience at Russia’s Moscow Brewing Company.
The car dealership typology as we know it is an endangered species. Young Swedish automaker Polestar is one company reimagining the venues for a new generation.
Hangzhou – Located at the Raffles City Hangzhou mixed-use development, the second venue of multi-brand retailer Vita Planet fits in while also standing out.
With personal shopping increasingly taking place via camera due to distancing, retail designers may need to think not ‘store’, but ‘set’.
Tokyo – Kamitopen executed a store redesign for the 74-year-old retailer, showcasing 3,000 different types of its most iconic product – wooden moulds.
Prada is one of an increasing number of businesses exploring how they can link access to capital to their sustainability programmes, to the benefit of both.
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