Posts Tagged ‘Dalziel and Pow’

Lululemon by Dalziel and Pow, London – UK

August 16th, 2017

Lululemon presents collections of product around mannequin stories supporting the customer journey, which is planned by activity.

Wyevale Garden Center by Dalziel & Pow, Shrewsbury – UK

June 9th, 2015

Inspiration and hospitality are at the heart of Dalziel and Pow’s new store design for Wyevale Garden Centre, creating a complete lifestyle destination.

River Island Flagship Store by Dalziel and Pow, Birmingham – UK

April 27th, 2015

The concept at the heart of the new River Island flagship in Birmingham’s Bullring Shopping Centre is ‘The Event’ – the essence of being at a fashion show or art exhibition.

Zippy store by Dalziel and Pow, Porto – Portugal ‎

December 12th, 2014

A raft of interactive digital features makes Dalziel and Pow’s new store design for kidswear retailer Zippy as enjoyable for children as it is for parents.

Notcutts vans at Wheatcroft by Dalziel and Pow, Nottingham – UK

November 27th, 2014

A trio of reconditioned Citroën H vans takes centre stage in the new street food-inspired hospitality offer designed by Dalziel and Pow. Each van has been individually named, branded and themed around a different type of cuisine, with one specifically catering to children.

Rockar showroom by Dalziel and Pow, Bluewater – UK

November 16th, 2014

Alongside three Hyundai display cars, the 185sqm store is populated with 42 digital screens. These wrap round the entire space and display bespoke content created in-house by D&P.

Jigsaw Argyll Street store by Dalziel and Pow, London – UK

October 7th, 2014

The use of found and bespoke furniture helps differentiate departments, lending each a unique character that complements their individual offers. A new linear ceiling raft houses our refined lighting solution while forming a distinctive architectural feature.

The White Company by Dalziel and Pow, Norwich – UK

October 5th, 2014

Dalziel and Pow’s new store concept for The White Company delivers a lifestyle-led retail experience modelled on a journey through the home. The new 4000 square foot store in Norwich builds on The White Company’s heritage to create an aspirational, carefully curated retail experience worthy of the homeware brand.

Timberland flagship store by Dalziel+Pow, London – UK

September 7th, 2014

Timberland are cementing their position as an outdoor lifestyle label with a new concept designed by Dalziel and Pow in the brand’s Regent Street flagship store.

Next Home and Garden by Dalziel and Pow, Hampshire – UK

September 3rd, 2014

The Women’s Shoes and Accessories department features a bespoke ceiling installation of suspended acrylic rods, making an impressive focal point. A dramatic digital screen flanking the escalators between Men’s and Home aids navigation.

Jigsaw Duke Street Emporium by Dalziel and Pow, London – UK

May 15th, 2014

The design embraces the existing brick-lined architecture, offset against a textural monochrome box where the character of the brand is expressed through found furniture and commissioned artwork.

Roxlin store by Dalziel and Pow, Xi’an – China

February 10th, 2014

At the heart of the store lies an imposing modular framework structure formed out of uprights and cross beams. The structure breaks up the store into individual areas of interest, which builds
a sense of discovery as customers navigate their way around.

Debenhams flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

January 17th, 2014

An uplifting and fresh family restaurant located on the children’s floor is flooded with light and offers an updated classic menu that is a perfect fit for the brand, while a fast-service café on the second floor brings the pace and vibrancy of a high street operator to the fashion department.

Argos stores by Dalziel and Pow, London

December 11th, 2013

We have designed a pared-back environment; the clarity of the space complete with raw and clean materials provides the perfect foil for the rich and dynamic digital content.

Shasa store by Dalziel and Pow, Los Angeles – California

December 5th, 2013

The design is bright and fresh, with a dynamic monochrome palette that frames the stock perfectly. A lighter feel has been given to the space to appeal to the female customer and a strong sense of femininity and fashionability is revealed through the bold communication, which promotes the brand and its attitude with a new confidence.

Twenty-four concept stores by Dalziel and Pow

November 15th, 2013

The concept centres on two bold feature boxes, which have landed in the store. The large, freestanding architectural boxes communicate the brand colour on the outside and have a contrasting internal lining, which either responds to trends to create a fashion space, or becomes softer to the rear to form a more discreet lingerie area.

Samsung Roadshow by Dalziel and Pow, Germany

September 19th, 2013

The hub area acts as the heart of the exhibition and holds the newest and most advanced products, demonstrating how they connect and control each other. The modular structure here stands at 4.5m high and creates a blue saturated area both in colour and light.

Next store by Dalziel and Pow, Leeds – UK

May 1st, 2013

The latest incarnation of Next’s evolving concept can be seen in the high profile, recently refurbished and expanded Trinity Centre in Leeds. The 3,200 sqm store features new concepts for men’s
and childrenswear, as well as an updated women’s and home concept – all developed by Dalziel and Pow in conjunction with the in-house team at Next.

Paris Kids department by Dalziel and Pow, Santiago – Chile

January 22nd, 2013

The look and feel of the department is achieved through theatrical sets resembling miniature houses, unfinished room sets, and deconstructed play areas. The department is divided between fashion, toys, footwear, nursery and accessories, with each area having its own bold and unique personality.

John Lewis store by Dalziel and Pow, Exeter – UK

December 17th, 2012

The departments are carefully planned to take into account their adjacencies and encourage browsing and cross-selling. Each floor has a square raft of solid ceiling, surrounded by an open ceiling around the perimeter that pushes out into the corners. Walking around that square central zone without the aid of a walkway creates an intuitive circulation that has become a brand signature.