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Seoul – Betwin Space Design conceived cosmetics store Dr. Jart+ as an oversize cleansing filter... not for faces, but for the city of Seoul.
Shanghai – For concept store In the Park, Kooo Architects took spatial cues from the recreation areas in the name of creating a more welcoming shopping experience.
Hong Kong – AIM Architecture designed a store for cosmetics retailer Harmay, where products are hidden inside drawers to turn shopping into treasure hunt.
Paris – Three months after its opening, how is the Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées faring when it comes to the overall in-store experience?
Shanghai – Alberto Caiola’s pop-up space for Crash Baggage, located in Shanghai’s Galeries Lafayette, brings something new to the luggage category: in-store fun.
Milan – The vice chairman of La Rinascente speaks of the many hats luxury retailers should wear today – including that of urban planners.
Rome – For the flagship store of Delvaux in Rome, the second one opened in Italy, Vudafieri Saverino brings back the Ancient Rome aesthetic.
Oslo – Snøhetta designed a showroom, flagship store and digital retail channel to create a seamless experience for clients of Oslo-based fashion house Holzweiler.
Cologne – For the Spanish supermarket Solera in Germany, Masquespacio wanted to reject any hint or stereotype remaining true and recognizable.
Chengdu – The Yan Ji You flagship, designed by Kyle Chan, in Chengdu is really challenging the idea of a bookstores binding together nine different stores.
Tokyo – The displays designed by Shingo Masuda and Katsuhisa Otsubo in this Valextra pop-up in Shinjuku break the rules of the traditional shop-in-shop concept.
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