The best of the rest in visual merchandising from 2020.
Retailers proved that visual merchandising remained crucial in the uncertain year that was 2020.
Sculpture created for San Francisco store dazzles shoppers.
Dynamic display draws in kids and parents alike with indigenous African animals.
Cannabis dispensary recalls a mom-and-pop convenience store.
Engaging signage takes spotlight in smaller format of Macy’s shopping experience.
Unusual props unify an eclectic store journey.
Experiential displays elevate the task of shopping for windows and doors.
CONCEPT: A SERIES OF windows honoring Black History Month combines bold patterning with optical illusions, creating a sense of depth in an otherwise compact space. 1....
Drawing from 1960s and ’70s motifs, this co-working concept features a retro yet luxe aesthetic.
Outdoor lifestyle retailer Snow Peak opens a hospitality-driven hybrid store and restaurant experience at its new U.S. headquarters in Portland, Ore.
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The new design respects the site’s heritage as a local cultural landmark.
From Bloomingdale's to Saks Fifth Avenue, 2020's windows offered a dose of whimsy and hope.
Comprises 3-D printed SLS flowers, plywood and steel.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020’s bright, bold holiday windows provided an abundance of hope for returning customers and the industry alike.
More of 2020's holiday windows from VMSD's annual recap.
CapitaLand’s Funan DigitaLife Mall marries retail, residential and entertainment to create a truly immersive, mixed-use hybrid space in Singapore.
Two movie theaters, one located in Israel and the other in India, showcase emerging trends in immersive design for cinemas.
The honorable mention winners from VMSD's annual competition.