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Consumer desire for convenience means that store facades will remain central to product discovery and purchasing post-pandemic.
With personal shopping increasingly taking place via camera due to distancing, retail designers may need to think not ‘store’, but ‘set’.
Today is World Oceans Day. We take a look at how designers and brands are transforming plastic waste dredged from the sea into products and spatial statements.
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 …
Department store operators are increasingly turning their spaces into incubators for some of the most revolutionary ideas in physical shopping.
Selfridges is taking advantage of consumer enthusiasm for the intangible by working with digital artists for everything from visual merchandising to social media campaigns.
Amsterdam – A grid-like men's department by i29 interior architects in De Bijenkorf's Amsterdam flagship highlights the strategy that keeps Selfridges Group-owned department stores …
London – The new Selfridges head office in London, as designed by Alex Cochrane Architects, is an ‘open, flexible and homely’ space that leads to high productivity.
London – English department store Selfridges wanted to speculate about where things are heading in luxury retail, so it brought along seven partners in design.
Amsterdam – Here is our first cut for the Client, Designer and Emerging Designer awards, featuring the teams behind some outstanding recent projects.
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.
TRENDS – Stefanie Dorfer from innovation research and trends company Stylus reports on five retail spaces tapping into culture and community.
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