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Changshu, China – In reimagining the bookshop for tomorrow, Mur Mur Lab starkly juxtaposes old and new.
Tokyo – Interior symbols of the Scandinavian brand’s heritage and the history of the 1960 Ginza site serve to create a living-room-like space for customers to feel at home in.
Early data shows that consumers are more intent on supporting independents going forward, but are increasingly skeptical of shopping malls.
Shijiazhuang, China – The interiors for Shijiazhuang shop AND.G employ an ‘abstract’ layout and diverse material palette to create a dialogue between brands and buyers.
Milan – Georg Lendorff created exhibition Unfluencer – De-Sinning the Designer for Freitag, showing that light can stand on its own and be deployed in an innovative manner.
Macao – Max Lam Designs’ show-flat interior Inward Journey raises the stakes for the future of the residential typology.
Seoul – Located in a luxury residential apartment complex in the South Korean capital, Papyrus marries functional fixtures and aesthetic objects.
Yiwu – Daylab’s design for iTafe Up – sellers of tea, coffee and bread in China – is based on components sourced from Taobao.com, the world’s biggest e-commerce website.
Traffic-management systems will make queuing a formalized part of the shopping process, reviving the store façade as a vital touchpoint once more.
London – The beauty industry is feeling the force of the COVID-19 crisis, but a shuttered experiential pop-up by Thomas Petherick for the platform and London retailer holds promise …
Shanghai – The theme of the Coordination Asia-designed House of Innovation changes every few weeks, the makeovers new iterations of the core concept in an immersive lab-like …
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