We design retail environments for destinations.
What we do is the seen of shopping and the unseen of retailing.
What your customer sees is your brand, your store, the graphics, the point of sale and, above all, your wares.
What they may notice is the lighting, the furniture and the ambiance.
What your team sees (and appreciates) is the engineering of customer flow, stock management and merchandising system design.
What is unseen by all but you and your architects/contractors, but is invaluable to the customer experience and the profitability of retail, is our future thinking, our prototyping, our value engineering our specification packages and project management.
There is a flow to our process. We research and audit before we create concepts. Those designs are, in partnership with you, refined and developed into detailed drawing and specifications before their realisation and optimisation.
Drum Design Award – MoMA Design Store
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2017
Retail Week Interiors Awards Finalist – ‘John Lewis 150th Anniversary Experience’
Retail Week Interiors Awards – Winner for Lakeland Durham
NAS Design Partnership Award – Winner for British Museum Bookshop
FX Design Awards Shortlist for National Theatre Shop
Retail Week Interiors Awards Finalist – British Museum Bookshop
Retail Week Interiors Awards Finalist in 2 categories – Harry Potter Store, Warner Bros. Studio Tour
Retail Jeweller – Boutique Jewellery Store of the Year Award – Harriet Kelsall
Retail Week Interiors Awards – Winner for 37 Old London Road, Kingston
Retail Week Interiors Awards – Finalist – British Museum
Design Week Awards Finalist – Albertina
Retail Week Awards Retail Store of the Year – Winner for Tate Modern
Design Week Awards Finalist – Tate Modern
FX Design Awards Shortlist – Tate Modern