Posts Tagged ‘shopping experience’
The pharmacy is segmented into different areas based on the products being sold, the desired shopping experience and the brand positioning. The purpose of the categorization of areas was to facilitate the identification of products, thus making it easier for the customer to shop independently if desired.
Huge Berlin style double-wing doors make a great appearance in the store, simultaneously giving the space a feeling of a classic apartment and separating the shopping area from the fitting rooms. Further, open ceilings and exposed brick walls slurried with a very thin white plaster break through the overall elegance of the store thus appearing very Berlin-like.
Isabel Raña y Abrahan Adrover of the studio Moblart Interiorismo developed a style of store inspired in the lines of the sea, elegant but functional, to offer their customers a comfortable shopping experience. the storefront is simple and elegant that gives us a view into the store, both by day and by night.
HEAD Architecture has designed a welcoming space for Groupon Concept Store with glass wall and long benches to rest on while they are waiting for their products. Groupon logo has been used as the featured ceiling light in the shop. The brand is enhanced further by using the different shades of Groupon corporate color in the whole shop.
The new concept store has revamped Aéropostale’s brand image creating an emotional connection with the target teenage customer. The dual notions of community and in-store technology have redefined the shopping experience through old-style community board postings and new school iPads allowing shoppers to select personal playlists while they shop in the store.
In the VILA Vimmelskaftet shop there has been strived for a look that makes people think of Paris´s natural elegance. The facade underlines the French “Boutique” look with its brassdetails and black,z handpainted look. Inside, the shop is based on elegant design, with focus on simplicity, quality, and texture. A classic concept with a refined twist which creates an identity.
The Danish retail design company Riis Retail has created a redecoration plan for an existing independent multi-brand fashion store located in the city of Esbjerg, Denmark. The 525-sq-m unisex fashion store Jill & Joy has been the leading fashion store of the Danish southwest for years and with it´s new and improved interior it takes the shopping experience to the next level.