Articles tagged Retail

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A sunglass boutique shows how designers can use light as material

Hong Kong – A Work of Substance plays with illumination in Khromis, a Hong Kong sunglass boutique. 

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In China, furniture companies are getting wise to millennial-friendly retail

Shanghai – The Shouter, a spin-off store from an established Chinese retailer, panders to the tastes of young consumers thanks to design by Kostas Chatzigiannis.

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How Hermès’ Petit H highlights its creative process via temporary takeovers

Singapore – Singaporean designer Olivia Lee is behind the scenography for the artisanal workshop’s month-long presence in the Asian city-state.

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A studio’s strategy for turning a large industrial space into a buyer-friendly store

Ghent, Belgium – WeWantMore transformed an expansive site into a buyer-tailored space for a Belgian footwear company.

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Why bookstores today depend on interiors with strong visual identity

Xi’an, China – Gonverge Interior Design built E Pang Bookstore, a retail space where futurism meets humanism in Xi’an.

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An immersive retail experience...in a DHL Express post?

Amsterdam – In Amsterdam, Tchai created a dynamic, scalable retail experience for the shipping giant that places visitors at the heart of the brand.

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How Adidas is keeping its flagships relevant as retail goes phygital

London – The sportswear retailer’s digitally outfitted, hyperlocal flagship on Oxford Street in London is the result of a collaboration with Brinkworth.

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Didier Faustino animates a 'punk' fashion house's brand DNA for its first store

Paris – Didier Faustino developed the bank-vault-and-bunker-inspired interiors for unconventional label Enfants Riches Déprimés.

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A showroom that brings the architecture of Turkish baths to Milan

Milan – Calvi Brambilla uses the architecture of the ceiling to explore novel means of representation of domestic spaces at the Antonio Lupi store in Milan.

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Why a studio opted for two contrasting interiors in this Shanghai shop

Shanghai – Dongqi Architects’ work for Concepts Xintiandi both takes advantage of a century-old space and completely reimagines it through optical illusion.

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What developing Amsterdam’s first Aēsop store taught a designer

Amsterdam – Valentin Loellmann talks on the need for spontaneity, harmony and energy after completing the skincare giant’s only Dutch store to date.

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What retailers can learn from Chinese cosmetic company Harmay’s third store

Beijing – The beauty giant’s Beijing location, developed by Aim Architecture, casts customers as protagonists in the theatre of retail.