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London – The relocated Bond Street store designed by McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton and Smiljan Radic departs from past aesthetics.
New York City – To upend the traditional typology of tattoo studios, Bang Bang NYC’s new flagship interiors aesthetically parallel ink against skin.
Shanghai – Daylab Studio came up with a simple solution that has a large impact on how a Chinese e-tailer uses their limited floor space.
Miami – Designed by Aranda\Lasch, the Bal Harbour location of the leather goods brand showcases a different type of sensuality in the Florida spot.
Kansas City – As part of its click-and-mortar strategy, DTC mattress company Tuft & Needle is opening residential-like showrooms in unexpected locations.
Hangzhou, China – Hangzhou gets another futurist-meets-humanist space: this time, a retail store designed by Xianxiang Design for Wellsky womenswear.
Keith, Scotland – Using bespoke art-tech, FDDS finds a striking way to update the home of Chivas Regal, Scotland’s longest-running whisky distillery.
Amsterdam – As increasingly sophisticated consumers demand newer experiences from spaces, their Venn diagram features a great amount of unexpected circles.
Amsterdam – From in-app-in-store shopping to big-data physical translations, here are the year’s top five case studies featuring a connected retail experience.
Aoyagi, Japan – Country Market, a project by architect Ryusuke Nanki, applied the mish-mash yobitsugi technique to a former residence in Yamagata.
Brussels – Cosmetics brand Aesop asked Belgian architect Bernard Dubois to design their new Brussels store. His response came in the shape of thousands of briquettes.
Amsterdam – In an increasingly phygital world, Wieden+Kennedy's Department of New Realities' latest project for Moncler helps lay a path for retail's future.
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