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Zut Alors! McDonald's Unveils High-Design Concept Store In France

Zut Alors! McDonald's Unveils High-Design Concept Store In France | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

In the battle between José Bové, the French antiglobalism activist, and his bête noire, McDonald’s, there’s no question that the fast-food giant emerged victorious. Today, France has effectively declared its love for Le Big Mac, becoming the No. 2 McDonald’s consumer in the world. To be fair, McDo--as the French call it--has changed things up to woo discerning customers: It sources most of its ingredients from French farmers and recently introduced 130 McCafés featuring espresso and pastries (we’re talking macaroons here, not deep-fried apple pies). And now, it’s even classing up its interiors, with the help of Paris-based designer Patrick Norguet.

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IN2 addict picture of the day

IN2 addict picture of the day | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

IN2 addict

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Ben Sherman flagship store by Brinkworth, London

Ben Sherman flagship store by Brinkworth, London | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Brinkworth have created a new international retail concept for Ben Sherman, including standalone stores, mall stores and concessions. The first of this extensive rollout is situated on London’s Carnaby Street, with a unique, premium boutique store to follow shortly after on Portobello Road. Briefed to build on the brands heritage of modernism and to emphasize Ben Sherman’s authority in shirting, Brinkworth have worked closely with the Ben Sherman creative team to produce a store concept which references icons of British design, such as our traditional pubs and the London Underground, to create a fresh environment and showcase the Ben Sherman collection.
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McDonald's Fast Food Interiors

McDonald's Fast Food Interiors | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

McDonald's has embarked on a series of redesigns all over the world. France will soon see a new and revamped fleet of McDonald’s restaurants designed by Parisian designer Patrick Norguet.

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Oasis flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

Oasis flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Oasis has opened a new flagship store in London’s West End, designed to be a prominent showcase for the Oasis brand. The store uses the two floors to create a feeling of ‘night and day’, with moving stage lamps that enable the mood to change from day to day and season to season. The store acts as more of a showroom than an accessible stockroom; it provides a ‘modern boutique’ experience that builds on the brand personality, to really engage and inspire the Oasis customer.
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Esprit lighthouse store by Reich and Wamser, Cologne

Esprit lighthouse store by Reich and Wamser, Cologne | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Reich and Wamser developed the first lighthouse store for Esprit along the lines ‘back to the origins’. The new store, located on lively Ehrenstrasse in Cologne leads the customer back to the time when the label was founded in California.
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Ator restaurant by Expose Architecture, Tehran – Iran

Ator restaurant by Expose Architecture, Tehran – Iran | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Ator is a 50 Square meter restaurant which was established in 2010 in Tehran, Iran. From the start of the design process it struggled with many needs and requests of the employers. For example, the owner requested that, cleaning under tables should be simple and easy. Or because of the bad location of the restaurant and being far from the main street, we couldn’t maintain a good view of the street from inside the restaurant, so we decided to design the tables and chairs in the way that they didn’t have any legs, so the cleaning would be easy.
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architecture commerciale prêt à porter chacok le studio par Brio - Brio retail

architecture commerciale prêt à porter chacok le studio par Brio - Brio retail | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
La prestigieuse marque de prêt-à-porter Chacok a fait appel à l'agence d'architecture commerciale de merchandising Brio pour accompagner son repositionnement et revoir le design de ses boutiques.
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Pressing design ! Sidney

Pressing design ! Sidney | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
As a continuation of our theme that commercial interior design really can be applied to any commercial project, we are featuring the unlikeliest of categories in today’s blog feature.
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AT&T new concept store to improve customer experiences

AT&T new concept store to improve customer experiences | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Giant touchscreens, in-store support staff and lots of open spaces are among the ideas AT&T is trying out at a new 10,000-square-foot retail testbed.
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london: gucci flagship store renewal

london: gucci flagship store renewal | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

ondon’s old bond street is one of the planet’s most prestigious shopping areas. an extensive renovation, initiated by gucci’s creative director frida giannini, has added a modern glitz to the brand’s flagship there that’s in sync with its new design concept. referencing iconic gucci materials and elements of many of its equally iconic stores from the past , and maximizing the use of natural light, the vibe is one of ultimate contemporary luxe. the flagship is pretty much a u-turn from traditional codified retail spaces, and is now structured around an open space. signature materials such as rosewood and marble are eclectically paired with ribbed glass, polished gold, smoked mirror and bronzed glass, reminiscent of the art déco era. the alternated sections of glass and mirror combined with the white marble flooring cleverly create an elongated perspective and spaciousness.

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Puma City: A Traveling Modular Store from Shipping Containers

Puma City: A Traveling Modular Store from Shipping Containers | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
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Repetto CEO Jean-Marc Gaucher choreographs a virtuoso performance

Repetto CEO Jean-Marc Gaucher choreographs a virtuoso performance | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
After a remarkable renaissance choreographed by visionary CEO Jean-Marc Gaucher (pictured), French fashion house Repetto – acclaimed worldwide for its expertise in dance shoes – is turning its attention to the travel retail channel. The brand exhibited at this year’s TFWA World Exhibition in Cannes, where Gaucher told The Moodie Report exactly how he transformed the company; why freedom is more important than money; and why we all have a responsibility to give back to society.
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Lacoste, New York

Lacoste, New York | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

The 6500-square-foot redesigned Lacoste store on Fifth Avenue centers itself around a floating staircase embedded with LED lighting. With the redesign, the space was enlarged with 2000 square feet of extra selling space

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Ron Johnson: What I Learned at Apple

Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Ron Johnson, former Senior VP for Retail at Apple, writes about what he learned in his time at Apple. He knows what makes the Apple Store experience unique: “People come for the experience.”
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Retail design et flux entrants : best practices

Retail design et flux entrants : best practices | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

In devising a strategy around a store’s entrance, there is no one solution that meets the needs of retailers across all channels. So, it is interesting to analyze the strategies that have become staples in the industry.

A retail store’s entrance should be strategically designed to set the tone for the trip. The façade should help entice passers-by into the store, and the entryway should help evoke a consistent emotion.

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Customer Experience : Leroy Merlin se paye les labos citoyens

Customer Experience : Leroy Merlin se paye les labos citoyens | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Leroy-Merlin se passionne pour le phénomène des fab labs, ces lieux citoyens dédiés au partage d’outils de fabrication et de production et envisage de les intégrer dans ses magasins.
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Tendances design : téléchargez le cahier d’inspirations Automne-Hiver 2011 by Brio

Tendances design : téléchargez le cahier d’inspirations Automne-Hiver 2011 by Brio | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Un cahier d’inspirations pour explorer 4 univers forts revisités du design contemporain lors d’un voyage guidé par le regard affuté de la direction artistique de l’agence.
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Store check by Brio - Concept merchandising interactif

Store check by Brio - Concept merchandising interactif | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Un merchandising composé de multiples motifs graphiques, audacieux et iconiques dont le client crée les variations au fil de son expérience d'achat...un concept d'architecture commerciale interactif et innovant à visiter sans attendre.
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Hostem shop by JAMESPLUMB, London

Hostem shop by JAMESPLUMB, London | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
A gorgeous new menswear shop has opened on Redchurch Street. Designed by duo JAMESPLUMB, the new Hostem shop features reclaimed floorboards, exposed bulbs and linen-lined walls to create an enticingly textural, raw, and evocative experience.
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Kith shoe store by Cleanroom, Brooklyn

Kith shoe store by Cleanroom, Brooklyn | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Bringing a sustainable urban edge to the space are recycled and reused materials sourced locally. Pallet wood was recycled into wall and fixture panels. Steel display fixtures from a Brooklyn union factory that closed eight years ago add an industrial vibe that’s reinforced by warehouse-style pendant lighting (retrofitted with LEDs, naturally). The result is organized merchandising in a dark, contemporary space contrasting the fast-paced bustle of Flatbush Avenue.
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Customer experience : interactive window display in New York

Customer experience : interactive window display in New York | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it

An interactive window display in New York (at 35th and Broadway) and San Francisco (at 117 Post St.) lets you donate a toy by scanning its tag (a QR code) with the eBay mobile app.

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Centres Commerciaux : Brio invente le kiosque Orange

Centres Commerciaux : Brio invente le kiosque Orange | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Dans le cadre de la densification de son réseau de boutiques, Orange lance avec l'agence d'architecture commerciale et de retail design Brio un nouveau concept de kiosque en galerie marchande.
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Aigle ouvre une boutique éphémère à Covent Garden

Aigle ouvre une boutique éphémère à Covent Garden | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Pour les fêtes de fin d’année, la marque installe une boutique éphémère au cœur de Londres, à la Piazza. Pour deux mois, Aigle présente ses collections automne-hiver mais surtout ses modèles de bottes avec l’installation d’un bar à bottes.
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Japon : Indulgi store by Nendo, Kyoto

Japon : Indulgi store by Nendo, Kyoto | Retail Design Review | Scoop.it
Japanese design studio Nendo has designed the interiors for a small clothing shop, Indulgi in Kyoto, Japan. Following is a description from the designer, “The deep, narrow space has good sightlines, but this can be dangerous, too: a shop can look messy and the interior space simply uninteresting if visitors can see all its products in one glance.
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