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India Art n Design Global Hop : Quique – Sinuous Retail Experience!

India Art n Design Global Hop : Quique – Sinuous Retail Experience! | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Sinuousness and a monochromatic palette seem to be taking almost every architect/ designer’s fancy as he plays with creating distinctive environments with fluid forms. Austria-based SYN Architecture proved no different in the renovation exercise of the Quique clothing store in San Jose, Costa Rica.
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30 Simply Amazing Retail Spaces | Projects | Interior Design

30 Simply Amazing Retail Spaces | Projects | Interior Design | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Our roundup of simply amazing retail spaces from Interior Design's most recently featured projects. Click on the images below to read the articles and see the slideshows for each project.
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it's amazing what can be achieved when budget and stock density are no object...

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Reveal of Canberra's new shopping centre plan - The Canberra Times

Reveal of Canberra's new shopping centre plan - The Canberra Times | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Plans have been released for a multi-million dollar retail expansion at Gungahlin.
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This area of Canberra has experienced massive residential growth over the past 10 years.

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The Surprising Shopping Disruption You’re Probably Not Thinking About

The Surprising Shopping Disruption You’re Probably Not Thinking About | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it

"You’ve probably heard about Google’s self-driving car project, and maybe that co-founder Sergey Brin’s new car has no steering wheel or brakes...While we’re still several years away from the commercial availability of these vehicles, a couple of things about the potential of this technology stick out: Early models will likely be targeted to fleet operators and affluent consumers. And people adopting this technology will have more time to do things while 'driving,' like working, socializing, and shopping.Affluent consumers? Shopping? Now, this is where it gets interesting."


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This article connects self-driving cars to the future of shopping. I think the ideas raised here barely scratch the surface of how these autonomous vehicles will revolutionise our lives.

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Balance in Store Design - Tripar Blog

Balance in Store Design - Tripar Blog | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
When practicing working balance in your store design, start small. Look at a single display and play with the items that you are grouping together.
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In a retail world where digital is all the talk, it's good to see some practical advice...

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KENGO KUMA / SHOP INTERIOR / JAPAN. The feeling which is given to my from this retail space is a "cave" like room. In many ways this could make the audience feel trapped however I feel it creates an intimate and sucluded feeling.
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very cool ceiling design...

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The Future Of The Future Of Books - BuzzFeed

The Future Of The Future Of Books - BuzzFeed | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
The Future Of The Future Of Books
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The year I graduated high school, the media was overrun with speculation about a new technology set to shake the foundation of the world. What was it? We weren't told, exactly.
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I think this article shows the popular view is not always the correct one.

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Infographic: The Future of In-Store Shopping

Infographic: The Future of In-Store Shopping | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it

"By 2017, roughly half of all in-store transactions will be completed via mobile devices. Here are 5 tips that retailers can employ to improve in-store experience and keep today’s mobile customers happy."


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Walgreens pilots Google's Project Tango for ubiquitous augmented reality experiences - Mobile Commerce Daily - Software and technology

Walgreens pilots Google's Project Tango for ubiquitous augmented reality experiences - Mobile Commerce Daily - Software and technology | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Intriguing shopper work at WAG using Aisle 411 and Google's Project Tango- screams for Google Glass, don't you think? http://t.co/39gU3U3oeM

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Kroger Solves Top Customer Issue: Long Lines - InformationWeek

Kroger Solves Top Customer Issue: Long Lines - InformationWeek | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Kroger Solves Top Customer Issue: Long Lines InformationWeek From the moment customers walk through the door of a Kroger store, the QueVision technology works toward one goal: ensuring that they never have more than one person ahead of them in the...

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88% Of Shoppers Are Webrooming - Retail TouchPoints

88% Of Shoppers Are Webrooming - Retail TouchPoints | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
The act of webrooming, or the process of researching products online then buying them in store, has become the new norm for today’s connected consumer...

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hahaha...webrooming!

 

I suppose the online retailers might now complain that customers are visiting their sites, using up their resources, then spending in bricks & mortar.

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The North Face flagship store by Green Room, Milan – Italy » Retail Design Blog

The North Face flagship store by Green Room, Milan – Italy »  Retail Design Blog | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
By focusing on community, engagement, and digital integration, this new store concept seen in Milan encourages shoppers to delve deeper into the TNF brand, the explorer community, and the new Spring Summer 2014 collection.
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Scrumptious Reads store by Atelier Chen Hung, Brisbane – Australia » Retail Design Blog

Scrumptious Reads store by Atelier Chen Hung, Brisbane – Australia »  Retail Design Blog | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
The retail design is inspired by ubiquitous paper coffee cup. This commercial design is really sleek but tamed, striking but not rigid and most of all it evokes a welcoming sense. It is almost like a magnet to visitors maybe because they are curious about what’s inside the store or perhaps maybe because the interior design is very unique and authentic.
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Not sure if this store is still around, but would have been fun to make and a cheap fitout.

I get a caffeine buzz just looking at it! 

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5 ways retailers are tracking you

5 ways retailers are tracking you | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
If you think pesky salespeople are invading your personal space, check out these 5 technologies that are tracking your movements throughout a store.
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I believe in-store customer tracking will become the norm for even medium-small retailers in the future. All we need is robotic mobile shelving that can chase the customers path! 

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Shazam coming to 200 shopping malls

Shazam coming to 200 shopping malls | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it

The Shazam mobile app will bring shoppers and advertisers even closer together at ground zero for the retail experience, the shopping mall, via digital signage.

 

The music-recognition app and Adspace Networks Inc. announced a partnership to bring Shazamable advertisements to more than 200 shopping malls in the US. The partnership will enable Adspace Networks to enhance video campaigns with a fully customizable second-screen content experience through the Shazam app, changing the way users interact with the retail environment,


Shoppers will now be able to Shazam advertisements for more information and engagement, allowing for exclusive offers and added content. Shazam's ultrasonic watermark technology will be available on both the network's floor-mounted and aerial screens, within a range of up to 40 feet.


The inaudible-to-human-ears Shazam ultrasonic signal is active whether a commercial is airing or not, so the mobile experience is always available to a mall shopper.


For retailers, a coupon can be delivered immediately. Shazam can even execute purchases.


Via Jerome Goldberg (JMG-Research / ForwardKeys)
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I think this technology can definitely replace Q-codes. You don;t need to point your phone camera...just activate "Shazam" to listen.

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Jerome Goldberg (JMG-Research / ForwardKeys)'s curator insight, November 27, 2014 6:45 AM

Shazam the way you speak with the shoppers! Should be interesting for operators & brands to try that in airports (but free WiFi needed to be really effective).

Alicia Popescu's curator insight, December 9, 2014 4:51 PM

This is a great way to bridge the gap between advertisement and buying behavior. In terms of music in advertisements, consumers would be able to Shazam the ad, find out more about the product, but also learn about the artist featured in the ad. They may download the song and keep listening to it, simultaneously building brand equity for the product. 

Kendrick Anderson's curator insight, November 6, 2015 9:00 PM

Another way that Music and Branding are coming together is through new breakthroughs like the Shazam mobile app using it's music capabilities to interact with everyday shopping. who would of ever thought?

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30 Bizarre Vending Machines From Around The World

30 Bizarre Vending Machines From Around The World | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
REUTERS/Mosab OmarA man uses an vending machine a money machine that dispenses pure gold at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi.If you think vending machines
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6 Ways Autonomous Cars Could Change Everything via @fastcompany

6 Ways Autonomous Cars Could Change Everything via @fastcompany | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it

Autonomous cars could also have all sorts of unanticipated effects, like reversing urbanization and putting an end to parking.


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I think autonomous (self-driving) cars will be the next major revolution in real estate. An autonomous campervan or bus could easile be converted into a mobile office or retail shop, eliminating the need for leasing a fixed tenancy.

 

Imagine a small office could be totally run from a moving bus, even picking up employees from home or train stations and transporting them to meetings as others work inside.

 

Maybe future landlords will lease both fixed and mobile property? 

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 19, 2014 9:06 AM
Reverse urbanization, end of parking are some of the ways autonomous cars may change our lives. What would the impact on business be? Continuous delivery, where delivery vans make delivery routes 24-7?Predictive support, where support personnel are dispatched throughout an area where their service may be needed in the future, working in the car in between jobs?Warehouse on wheels, with high velocity items made available for order online and delivery in minutes?Travelling office, where sales team work out of small vans as they travel from one client to the next?
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Brazilian Bookstore Scores Best Retail Interior Prize | Action Retail Outfitters

Brazilian Bookstore Scores Best Retail Interior Prize | Action Retail Outfitters | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
A bookstore in Sao Paulo can lay claim to having the best retail interior in the world — at least for the moment. The judges who presided over this y
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India Art n Design Global Hop : Quique – Sinuous Retail Experience!

India Art n Design Global Hop : Quique – Sinuous Retail Experience! | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
Sinuousness and a monochromatic palette seem to be taking almost every architect/ designer’s fancy as he plays with creating distinctive environments with fluid forms. Austria-based SYN Architecture proved no different in the renovation exercise of the Quique clothing store in San Jose, Costa Rica.
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Blade ceiling designs are becoming a very popular way of creating a sculptural effect across the interior at a high level.

We have perfected a simple and cost-effective method of achieving this now right here in Australia. 

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Meet Strati, the first 3D printed car in the world

Meet Strati, the first 3D printed car in the world | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
While some people have successfully 3D printed buildings, others have taken the same approach to the car manufacturing business, as a company has just come out with a car called the Strati that's t...

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I think this is just the beginning of low-volume, fast-turnaround manufacturing.

 

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Gemma Shannon's curator insight, September 23, 2014 2:21 PM

What's next? 3D printed buildings?! Amazing to see how far this technology has come in such a short space of time.

Farid Mheir's curator insight, September 28, 2014 7:27 PM

This is much inline with my readings on the zero marginal cost society. Being able to print your own car may not be practical of cost effective today but once it is and car 3D models are available free or low charge on the web, where will the car industry go? I understand why Tesla is building huge battery manufacturing plant as they may have seen that providing key components may be the future of the car industry?

Alexandre Armougom's curator insight, September 29, 2014 9:16 AM

This is a good utility of 3D printer.

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3D-Printed Headphones Double as Ear Jewelry - PSFK

3D-Printed Headphones Double as Ear Jewelry - PSFK | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
3D-Printed Headphones Double as Ear Jewelry
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For many people finding a set of earphones that fit their ears perfectly can be a futile exercise.
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take note retailers...personal customised products are the way of the future.

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How Google, Apple and Amazon try to own in-store shoppers - Mobile Marketer - Software and technology

How Google, Apple and Amazon try to own in-store shoppers - Mobile Marketer - Software and technology | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it
With the significance of mobile’s role as an indispensable tool throughout a consumer’s daily activities beginning to emerge, the next battlefield for mobile dominance is the in-store shopper.

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Zappos' New Secret Weapon: Personal Shopping

With the Ask Zappos service, the retailer could redefine online shopping all over again. (RT @Inc: Is this what the next era of online shopping looks like?

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Sears Testing Three ‘Connected’ Shops

Sears Testing Three ‘Connected’ Shops | Retail Store Design | Scoop.it

Sears is now operating “Connected Solutions” pilot shops within three flagship stores in Illinois.

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Craig Allen Keefner's curator insight, June 3, 2014 1:26 PM

he experiential shops provide a selection  of smart, connected home, and personal automation devices across the CE, fitness, automotive, home and mobile categories.