Posts Tagged ‘john lewis’

Victoria Gate department store by ACME, Leeds – UK

November 28th, 2016

The materiality of the building draws on the history of terracotta façades in Leeds, often produced by the local Burmantoffs Terracotta works, providing a modern interpretation of a traditional material.

John Lewis Windows 2015 Fall, London – UK

October 29th, 2015



John Lewis Windows 2015 Fall, London – UK

John Lewis by PhillCreates at Design Junction, London – UK

October 8th, 2014

This year for the first time, as an integral part of our ambition to encourage and nurture new design talent, John Lewis exhibited at Design Junction, a central event and vital element of the London Design Festival.

Breaking Wave installation for John Lewis by Paul Nulty Lighting Design, York – UK

June 2nd, 2014

The installation hangs over the ground floor staircase and uses small modular elements in a dynamic composition to encourage a flow of movement up and down the stairway and drawing customers to the back of the store.

John Lewis windows 2013 Winter, London

January 24th, 2014

John Lewis windows 2013 Winter, London

Orla Kiely House in John Lewis stores by Start JudgeGill, UK

June 12th, 2013

We worked very closely with Orla to create a memorable pop-up experience that meets her high expectations and grabs shopper’s attention. The result is a distinctive, lifestyle space that allows Orla’s signature designs – bright, bold and instantly recognizable – to make an exciting statement in a busy department store environment.

John Lewis Fashion Pavilion by Grimshaw, London

April 24th, 2013

Simple cardboard tubes, which vary in both length and diameter, are suspended within two vertical sheets of acrylic. The modular panel design creates a flexible enclosed environment with varying degrees of transparency.

Kin by John Lewis store by RFK Architects

April 13th, 2013

Taking our lead from the collection, RFK Architects designed a series of simple, elegant pale timber frame fixtures that compliment the brand values of modernity and quality. The individual components can be combined in a number of ways to create a variety of moods to suit their particular location –whether a pop-up shop or an area within the host department.

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.

John Lewis AW12 & Christmas Press Show by Phill Welch

September 11th, 2012

A men’s fashion area was created with articulated mannequins, exposed brick, copper rails, salvaged wood and metal shelving props.

John Lewis Oxford Street Beauty Hall by gpstudio, London – Updated!

May 16th, 2012

gpstudio, the specialist retail design consultancy, has been appointed to help John Lewis give its Oxford Street Beauty Hall a multi-million pound make-over that will open its doors for the first time in May 2012.

John Lewis Kids flagship store by Dalziel and Pow, London

January 4th, 2012

Our new children’s concept, in John Lewis’ Oxford Street flagship, takes the shopper through the heart of each product group, from fashion to nursery and travel, to footwear, toys and crafts. The total experience is improved, including layout, lighting, merchandising, digital integration and customer service.

John Lewis spell it out windows

August 4th, 2011

This set of windows at department store John Lewis is a really strong example of how text can can be used with merchandise to create a clear and visually exciting message. By using a range of products to help write each word for the relevant department, for example ‘dine’ for their china and glass department, they add humour and interest to an otherwise very minimalistic display.