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As bricks-and-mortar retailers try to figure out how to compete with the ease, selection, price and convenience of online shopping, a few savvy retailers have looked to human behavior for the answer.
When making the shift from clicks to bricks, let design be your translator. From schematic design to construction to visual merchandising and packaging, Alison McNeil, principal, Interiors, with Canadian design firm Dialog, presents a snapshot of the design sequence Dialog created to bring e-commerce brand SHOES.COM’s digital identity to life.
Retail design elements take fun and whimsical forms
As retail real estate remains pricey and brands old and new seek to target relevant consumers and locations, the pop-up strategy has gone beyond temporary leases to mobile and transformable environments. Here are some to inspire from IA Interior Architects’ global project director of retail Anthony Simon: