Articles tagged Retail

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In a bold move, Wang & Söderström challenges luxury for Selfridges

London – For Selfridges’ Radical Luxury window display series, Wang & Söderström considers the concept of time through the studio’s signature study and manipulation of form.

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Studiopepe interprets the colour and form of contemporary femininity

Milan – Italian design consultancy Studiopepe transforms the interior of the Alysi boutique into a voyage led by shape and palette.

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Art is ready for the world of apps with Sigrid Calon

AMSTERDAM – In the city’s newest shopping-cum-modern-art destination, mankind’s relationship with technology takes on new art forms.

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The ongoing gentrification of Miami walks a runway of colour

Miami – In a study of colour and shape, the Antidote store design by Atelier de Yavorsky brings the city’s development inside.

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A good time, not goods: Sonos Store makes space for Bowie and more

Berlin – Appreciation of music is the focus of the newly opened Sonos Concept Store, which hosts live events and unique product demonstrations.

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Jason Markk’s journey from online-only cult product to holistic experience

London – With the growing sneakerhead market comes the evolution: new after-sales infrastructure for these objects of wearable culture.

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Sergio Mannino Studio prescribes minimalist design for our digital times

New York City – Neighbourhood pharmacy Medly in Brooklyn sheds the clutter and coldness conventional to its genre to optimize delivering multichannel service to patients.

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Modern space, museum content

Leeuwarden, Netherlands – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.

 

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Leckie Studio updates the Cha Dao tradition for modern Canadian sensibilities

Vancouver – The Cha Le Merchant teahouse informs the art and ritual of tea by making the architecture for it.

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Universal Design Studio transforms Canberra's retail landscape by invoking its heritage

Canberra, Australia – Informed by 20th-century architect Walter Burley Griffin, the Canberra Centre emphasizes connection between people and with nature.

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Evangelizing the Chinese market with the culture of wining-and-dining at home

CHENGDU, China – Einszu33 includes a special hospitality concept in the design of a flagship showroom for Gaggenau, the luxury brand for home appliances.

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Can spaces be children-oriented without cannibalizing the grownups’ experience?

VALENCIA, Spain – When it comes to ‘family-friendly’ retail and hospitality, is it possible to deliver a customer experience that doesn’t sacrifice parental and employee …