Articles tagged Retail

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Why connection and engagement in retail ceases to exist without storytelling

At Frame Awards 2020, StudioXAG’s Gemma Ruse shared six ways that designers and retailers can maximize the value of the pop-up experience. Watch the talk now.

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‘I want to use technology to bring people away from their screens into the physical world’

Daan Lucas’ Frame Awards 2020 talk explains how spatial design can provide a context for brands to use technology to build more authentic relationships with their audience.

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Virtual trade shows: three lessons from those who reacted first

As restrictions on travel force the trade show circuit to go digital, we unpack three success stories.

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Gucci breaks into a surprising scene: Los Angeles’ experimental food community

Beverly Hills – Come for the garments, stay for the gastronomy. The Italian fashion brand opens Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills – its first US restaurant – at its …

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We ask London designers Isabel + Helen how they help brands foster engagement

London – The cofounders of eponymous studio Isabel + Helen discuss the changing role of shop windows, working with brands like Moncler and Hermès, and whether young designers need to …

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Technology retail transformed: design-led strategies that drive device sales

We’ve collected three retail strategies that focus on key growth areas in tech retail: the home, the luxury consumer and the pro gamer.

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How this South Korean retailer is reworking its store as a gallery

Busan, South Korea – A clothing store by WGNB displays its garments like artwork within steel frames, reigniting the joy of browsing.

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Moncler's first Dubai shop brings an iceberg to the desert

Dubai – For the design of its first Middle Eastern boutique, Tokyo studio Curiosity staged an Alpine interior that references the brand's wintery roots.

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Turning constraints into opportunity, an architect designs a moving vertical retail display

Nagoya – Schemata Architects designs a moving vertical retail display for Descente Blanc's inaugural shop-in-shop.

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This retail interior - designed as an optical illusion - is as practical as it is spectacular

Miami – Taking inspiration from its clients' binoculars logo, Ohlab studio designs a trompe-l'oeil infinity interior. 

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How an architect envisioned a modern interpretation of a 1920s department store

Beijing – Clou Architects designs a department-store-inspired boutique - with references to 1920s art deco - for a jewellery retailer.

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As MCM grows, two flagships establish a new visual language for the luxury brand

Munich and Vienna – Gonzalez Haase AAS’ vision for MCM flagships in Munich and Vienna will serve as the foundation for the brand’s global shop design.