Retail

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about retail

Project • By BergmeyerShops

Wilson Sporting Goods NYC Pop-Up Experience

Founded in 1914, Wilson’s iconic brand has consistently shaped the world of sports through developments and advancements in sporting goods and gear. Their products can be found across the globe and in the hands of some of the greatest athletes at the top of their sporting leagues. And perhaps most iconic is their role and ubiquity in tennis. So, as a tie-in to the 2021 U.S. Open, Wilson looked to create a partner experience in the City that strove to capture the energy and excitement of that marquee event. Richard Cadan Photography To bring Wilson’s vision to fruition, Bergmeyer was enlisted to lead the collaboration with the Wilson creative team to create a distinctive experience; part museum, part lab, part lounge, and p... More

Project • By BergmeyerShops

Tree House Brewing Company

This independent brewer-owned company is renowned for making inspired libations for all. Intending to create a sought-after destination to match their craft-brewing mastery, they enlisted our design team to create an engaging customer experience for their ultra-devoted fanbase, building excitement and anticipation on route to their new taproom. Caption Focusing on an immersive brand journey for the retail and front of house at the new 100,000 SQ FT brewery in Deerfield, we brought new life into a former mid-century publishing company building. An amalgamation of the existing space through adaptive reuse and a branded environment true to its identity, the company has taken root in its new home in Western MA. Caption Visitors are... More

Project • By SELIM SENINShops

Corridors Of BBS Mall

The project is located in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, one of the East African countries. BBS Mall, with an area of 130 000 m2, is a candidate to become the largest shopping mall in East Africa. All corridor designs of the project were requested by the investors to be made by us. In the corridor design, since the building was already under construction and some ceiling applications were made, the project was started to be designed with a very limited design opportunity. Within this limited design opportunity, the design was made in a way not to delay the inaguration of the project and to establish a relationship with some parts applied in the field. Caption A design that will surround the people walking in the space with continuous... More

Project • By SELIM SENINShops

Technology Store in DRC

The place sells different types of technology products. The section selling electrical products in this place has been privatized by emphasizing it with the ceiling design. The columns in the space are designed as vertical shelves and the ceiling is continued with arches in order to establish a relationship with the ceiling.In order to contrast with the linear design on the ceiling, the furniture on the floor was designed as a solid mass. Project Team: Selim Senin, Isinsu Sopaoglu Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption Caption More

Project • By 10 DesignShopping Centres

Jinwan Mall

International architecture practice, 10 Design (part of Egis group), welcomes shoppers to the 117,000sqm designed mall that sits on the edge of Jinsha Lake in Zhuhai, China.  Jinwan Mall is 10 Design’s second project to complete on Huafa’sJinwan Aviation City, along with the recently built Industrial Service Centre and soon to be completed International Business Centre. Zhang Chao Jointly led by Design Partners Ted Givens and Scott Findley together withProject Partner Miriam Auyeung (COO),theretail scheme envisions the integration of a traditional courtyard garden with hypermodern space. The development weaves together the main mall, retail street and the waterside pavilions consisting of F&B and retail spaces, wi... More

Project • By mode:lina™Shops

Run Colors EC Powisle

Run Colors requires no introduction for aficionados of colorful, sporty shoes. Throughout years of functioning on the Polish market, this popular shop gathered plenty of faithful customers, existing both as a web-based and designer local store venues (Run Colors Poznan / Run Colors Warsaw). Run Colors changes, however. The brand, up to this point associated with a vast choice of assortments, aims to get through to a more aware clientele. Your typical shoe store ceases to be and in turn becomes a gallery, a temple for all the sneaker-heads out there. You’re there to purchase a piece of art and then bring it into life, through the way you choose to wear it and what for. Patryk Lewiński The strategy is not the only thing changing... More

Project • By 10 DesignOffices

NANJING DAJIAOCHANG AIRPORT MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

Jointly led by Design Partners, Chin Yong Ng and Lukasz Wawrzenczyk, the design team has released new plans for one of the largest transport-oriented retail landmarks in Nanjing. Caption 10 Design won an international design competition to transform China Fortune’s 243,768sqm site into a contemporary mixed-use project in 2020. Recently, the Nanjing Planning Bureau granted planning consent for the project, which is part of the wider redevelopment of the historic Nanjing Dajiaochang military airbase in China. Caption The scheme envisions the integration of retail while preserving the 2.6km airport runway which has been kept in its original form as a historic feature. The runway will be reimagined as a multifunctional cultura... More

Project • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersOffices

120 Broadway Restoration and Modernization

Completed in 1915, 120 Broadway (known as the “Equitable Building”) is a 40-story building in Lower Manhattan that spans an entire city block and was the largest office building in the world at the time of its opening. As part of Silverstein Properties, Inc.’s capital improvement program, the revitalization re-activates the building’s soaring full-block lobby, enabling pedestrian access and connectivity between Broadway and Nassau Street. Retail is enhanced with expanded glass storefronts and lobby entrances, bringing the architecturally-significant space back into the public realm as originally intended. Paul Rivera At the building’s historic entries, BBB replaced the non-original dark Indian Green marbl... More

Project • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersOffices

NYPL, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Ongoing renovations at this New York City and National Historic Landmark in midtown Manhattan will enable the library to provide a greater range of public facing-programs, exhibitions, and amenities, augment research facilities, and improve logistics and services for its many constituents as the building continues into its second century. Spaces formerly serving back-of-house uses are restored for public use—including the Center for Research in the Humanities, dedicated to research and scholarly work. Other proposed enhancements include the Marshall Rose Plaza, a new public entrance and terrace, new exhibition, retail, and café functions, as well as adding vertical circulation and upgrading building systems, all in deference to... More

Project • By Cavill ArchitectsShops

Kookaï Showroom

Balancing the Street’s history with its future, the project involves one of a series of commercial character building’s undergoing dramatic change in use and investment along Brisbane's James Street. Negotiating partial demolition and adaptive re-use of a ‘timber and tin’ character shopfront with the requirements of an international flagship retailer, the architectural design is sensitive to the scale and composition of a predominantly single storey character streetscape while contributing to the contemporary crafted masonry and subtropical landscape character of the precinct. The ground floor's arrangement visually connects the street and rear courtyard landscapes giving a sense of a continuous urban realm through... More

Project • By EGM architectsShops

RENOVATION OF GENTLEMEN MODE RETAIL AREA

Gentlemen Mode is a fashion store in the historical centre of Oud-Beijerland. In 2002 EGM refurbished the entire store by connecting a number of properties together to create one bright, open space. Now the front section of the store was in need of a fresh new look. This retail area is very visible from the shopping street outside. The chance to give the store’s image a powerful boost both visually and tangibly was therefore seized. The client’s wish was to make the interior feel like a boutique with lots of possibilities for the changing collections. EGM interiors translated this wish into a layered layout that offers plenty of potential for an extensive and high-end presentation.   High-quality presentation Gentlemen M... More

Project • By BrigadaShops

Tele2 – The New Retail Concept

Our long-time client, who has been present on the Croatian market since 2005, has set a new challenge for us – an upgrade of the retail concept that stems from the brand’s new visual identity. The client’s understanding of users’ needs and a fearless approach to creating innovative offerings also requires flexibility, openness and innovation on the design side. For us, the new Tele2 retail concept has meant a critical look at our own design and its upgrade. The new concept is based on the current guidelines of the visual identity of the company, which uses three basic colours: red, blue and green, and the achromatic colours black, white and grey. The space planning is based on the fluidity of space where products a... More

Project • By 10 DesignOffices

HUABANG INTERNATIONAL CENTRE

The latest stage of construction at 10 Design’s Huabang International Centre has been marked with a special ceremony to celebrate the lifting of the sky deck that connects the two buildings within the scheme in Guangzhou, China.   Design Partner of 10 Design, Nick Cordingley, comments: “10 Design was invited by Huabang to witness this significant milestone of the construction.  The lifting operation took place successfully with the steel structures of the sky deck rising 134.5m in height above Pazhou, a major new CBD in the City of Guangzhou.”   The sky deck towers are prominently situated with its north fronting along the simmering Zhujiang River, providing views to the CBD of the Haizhu district and the... More

Project • By COLLECTIVEShops

O.N.S Flagship

O.N.S. Flagship is located at 201 Mulberry Street in Nolita, New York. Formerly a garage, the site is 30 meters in depth and our design takes advantage of the sloping constraints. An asphalt ramp mitigate the level difference and draws shoppers deep into the space, while the standalone wooden box at the front accommodates retail in a typical ‘Nolita scale’.  At the back, ‘The Stage’ includes a 30-meter-long interactive curtain, transformable display units, a bespoke cashwrap counter, towering changing rooms and doubles up as an event space. Fashion, culture, art and design are constantly crossing over, ‘The Stage’ can instantly adapt to the ever-changing programmes in this retail-hybridization model... More

Project • By Meyer & Associates Architects, Urban DesignersStreets

Kuyasa Public Transport Interchange

This project deals with two responses. One Architectural, the other through Urban Design. These are intertwined to form a cohesive union. THE URBAN DESIGN CONTEXTThe project originated from an urban design study conducted by MEYER+VORSTER (now Meyer & Associates Architects & Urban Designers) to highlight the importance of the new Kuyasa Station as part of a future urban node in Khayelitsha. The City of Cape Town commissioned the same set of consultants to design a new transport interchange at this station to facilitate intermodal transfers. This facility was not only considered the focus, but also had to act as catalyst for future intensive urban development around the station. In an area where dire poverty is prevalent and the qu... More