FENDI flagship store opened in Bond Street, London, with impressive huge chandelier and historical 19 century building.
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Flexibility and being able to change the display identity completely was the main focus. Thus, the space offers a three-dimensional experience of the magazine – a creative and innovative world that surprises and invites exploration. Working within this context, the studio proposed a radical concept: two shops in one with the coexistence of contradictory atmospheres.
Sanderson Studios worked closely with E.Tautz owner and creative director, Patrick Grant, to deliver a made to measure experience that echoes the evolution and expansion of this iconic brand. A minimal gallery space exhibits the mainline collection and compliments the refined made-to-measure environment downstairs.
Shopping Centre Sustains Growth in The Hague. Voted the best Dutch city centre of 2013–2015, The Hague beat Amsterdam by actively working toward livability, a mix of functions, and a varied retail environment with well-integrated modern interventions in a historical setting. The New Passage by Bernard Tschumi – which opened to much fanfare in September – is seen by the municipality as continuing a positive trend in the development of the city’s core.