In an unusual move for the value category, Bob’s Stores relies on visual tools and flexible fixtures to put brands front and center.
A JGA creative director talks about what designers need to do to push through
As retailers reconnect with shoppers post-recession, they’re using more visual components to help draw shoppers in.
Designing a flagship store for a well-established chain such as Sunglass Hut means retaining certain signature elements, including a black-and-white color scheme and moveable floor display...
Displaying ever-changing eyewear collections with a sense of luxury
Unusual display arms create an art-like installation for the latest eyeglass frames.
Second Act: Creating unit No. 2 of the LA Food Show restaurant chain required a bravura performance by its designers and builders.
Muy Caliente: Mexico’s Chedraui hypermarket wanted to outshine its international competitors. In its first new store in Guadalajara, the heat is definitely on.
RFID technology is going to give retailers a staggering amount of real-time knowledge about their stores. How will store design adapt to this revolution?
Best Buy set out to create a store design that’s more appealing to women – and ended up with one that’s better for everybody.
Ikea provides lifestyle moments to cut through the clutter and inspire its shoppers.
New Martin + Osa concept encourages hanging out
The Gilded Age: Mixing the classic and avant-garde at this New York restaurant.
Rich textures help Exhale Spas stand out
The Chambers Hotel goes for a gallery feel in Minneapolis