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Riem Arcaden Mall Refurbishment by kplus konzept, Munich – Germany » Retail Design Blog

Riem Arcaden Mall Refurbishment by kplus konzept, Munich – Germany » Retail Design Blog

Senior Designer @ Continuum LA  /  Instructor @ ArtCenter College of Design  /  Maker @ 511am.com

Senior Designer @ Continuum LA / Instructor @ ArtCenter College of Design / Maker @ 511am.com

We cover the top 10 factors influencing a purchasing decision, the most important store features, the impact of social media on shopping and more.

We cover the top 10 factors influencing a purchasing decision, the most important store features, the impact of social media on shopping and more.

Retail: It’s Personal (Infographic). The data breaks down different categories of shopper as well as tips to increase engagement and awareness. Take a look at their findings to see what tips and tricks you can use in your business.

Retail: It’s Personal (Infographic). The data breaks down different categories of shopper as well as tips to increase engagement and awareness. Take a look at their findings to see what tips and tricks you can use in your business.

Architecte et designer, Virginia del Barco, a suspendu 12.000 bâtons en bois à l’intérieur de cette boulangerie à Madrid.

Architecte et designer, Virginia del Barco, a suspendu 12.000 bâtons en bois à l’intérieur de cette boulangerie à Madrid.

KISSMIKLOS Design A Storefront To Look Like An Aquarium

KISSMIKLOS Design A Storefront To Look Like An Aquarium

Designed by local architect Arthur Casas it is a perfect example of how to make a boring, long space look magnificent. We like the bottle display system that shows each bottle label-up, and eliminates the need to handle the bottles. The long “selection hall” leads to a bar area, designed for learning about wine by reading and tasting.

Designed by local architect Arthur Casas it is a perfect example of how to make a boring, long space look magnificent. We like the bottle display system that shows each bottle label-up, and eliminates the need to handle the bottles. The long “selection hall” leads to a bar area, designed for learning about wine by reading and tasting.

Brothers Dressler together with the Lulelemon Design Team and Quadrangle Architects have designed and created the facade and various elements of the Lululemon Yorkdale retail store in Toronto, Canada. #fachada.

Brothers Dressler together with the Lulelemon Design Team and Quadrangle Architects have designed and created the facade and various elements of the Lululemon Yorkdale retail store in Toronto, Canada. #fachada.