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Six Trends in Global Retail Design

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Click through for six of the hottest trends in retail design around the world: 

 

1. Firm: Christoff : Finio Architecture
Project: Steven Alan
Location: New York
Standout: The 2,100-square-foot shop draws on its proximity to the High Line for inspiration in raw materials such as marine-grade plywood, concrete and black-steel pipes. 
Trend: raw materials

 

2. Firm: RLDA

Project: Ambika Pillai Designer Salons
Location: New Delhi, India
Standout: An installation in wool thread by scenographer Sumant Jayakrishnan flanks the perimeter of a 7,000-square-foot flagship beauty salon. 
Trend: art installations


3. Firm: MNA with Patagonia's Design Team
Project: 
Patagonia
Location: 
New York
Standout:
 Inside an 1887 warehouse, reclaimed timber and brick alongside a functioning meat rail provide a distinct backdrop for hi-tech climbing apparel and gear. 
Trend: inspired by site 


4. Firm: MBH Architects with Levi's Design Team
Project: 
Levi's
Location:
 New York
Standout:
 Dressing rooms inspired by U.S Army fatique and custom light fixtures made from rope tap into Levi Strauss and Co's industrial heritage across 5,600 square feet.  
Trend: showcasing brand history


5. Firm: Dear Design
Project: 
Mini Munich
Location:
 Barcelona, Spain
Standout: Slits in white walls and on the ceiling reveal graphics of distant space and undersea life, sparking the imagination of shoppers entering the 400-square-foot children's shoe boutique. 
Trend: white box gallery


6. Firm: Voiger
Project:
 Inity
Location:
 Osaka, Japan
Standout:
 A client's request for a window display of oversize, backlit chess pieces, rendered in plastic film, inspired vintage and romantic furnishings within the 2,000-square-foot salon.
Trend: vintage whimsy