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Chengdu – For The Republique Store in Chengdu, Archetype covered up the store windows, arousing curiosity through mistery. Does that design decision translate into more sales?
Hangzhou – Shanghai-based studio Greyoffice created a grocery store-cum-maker’s studio for JNBYHOME, a home goods retailer in Hangzhou.
Hong Kong – CL3 Architects designed H Queen's, a Hong Kong shopping mall housed in an austere glass tower that's completely allocated for art galleries and restaurants.
Changi, Singapore – Durasport, a new brick-and-mortar sports store by Ministry of Design in Jewel Changi Airport, turns to kinetic simulation experiences to make for a unique shopping …
Manila – In Manila, the Danish design studio used biophilic design and colour psychology to create a dining oasis near a shopping mall.
Shanghai – Kokaistudios designed a concept store for a men's fashion and lifestyle brand in Shanghai, encapsulating an entire city within 1000 square metres.
Hangzhou – X+Living’s Neobio Family Park in Hangzhou is a fantasy-filled destination for parent-child activities.
Rio de Janeiro – Terra e Tuma, a Sao Paulo-based architectural studio, responded to Oficina Itsu’s retail limitations with a smart, concrete use of time and materials.
Xi'an, China – Sybarite created SKP Xi’an, a mall that uses meticulous design to provide a cohesive experience among numerous experiential spaces and a thousand stores.
Canberra, Australia – Informed by 20th-century architect Walter Burley Griffin, the Canberra Centre emphasizes connection between people and with nature.
Los Angeles – Forget endless corridors and standardized interiors, shopping malls open up to the local environment to remain relevant amidst the fast-changing nature of retail.
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