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Paris – Studio GGSV devised the fairy-tale-themed Demain, le vaisseau chimère for Galeries Lafayette’s first-floor cultural space.
Madrid – Using a pink and orange palette that mimics the colourful blocks of its client, Loreak, design studio Pensando en Blanco went bold with two new stores.
Kitami, Japan – Architect Jun Igarashi is behind a new type of Asian shophouse: an apartment on top linked to a sake store below by way of an elegant curve.
Shanghai – XU Studio makes new Chinese skincare brand Junping stand out from its Asian competitors by targeting women who are already fond of science.
London – For the London-based optical retailer For Art’s Sake, Aleksa Studio designed a flagship that looks straight out of a movie set.
Paris – For their first store in Saint-Germain, cosmetic company EN had Archiee design a space referencing French and Japanese beverage culture.
Beijing – Designed by WAA, WeMarket is the second stage of a business strategy developed by AnyShopStyle, promoting up-and-coming designers in China.
Xi’an, China – In Xi’an, the YJY Maike Centre flagship helps mark a new era for bookstores and the city.
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.
In her upcoming Frame Lab talk, Understanding the Connected Customer, Rachel Arthur will assess the balance between privacy and personalisation in retail.
Paris – The new Homecore flagship in Paris, designed by Studio Malka Architecture, was inspired by Newtonian physics and the humble Krylon spray can.
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