• Calgary Co-op retained Toronto-based design firm Shikatani Lacroix to develop a “store of the future” for the Auburn Bay community of Calgary.

  • The plan was to create a store design that was more contemporary, fun and distinctive

  • Bright colors give departments distinct personalities, while being visual appealing to customers.

  • The design stage explored different floor plans, department layouts, signage and décor.

  • Informative signage helps customers learn more about products and services offered.

  • Shikatani Lacroix’s ThinkBlink process identified areas of opportunity to create more immersive customer experiences while effectively communicating the new brand personality.

  • In addition to grocery offerings, the Calgary Co-op also features a health area.

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