Aspinal of London Retail Design – from London to Shanghai Aspinal wanted a new language of luxury for its Regent Street flagship. The result is “English country mansion meets contemporary London townhouse”, becoming the 6th most Instagrammed store in the world (Insider Trends, 2019).
Gina – Luxury Retail Boutique Design Gina’s world is glamorous and luxurious: something very special was required for this brand’s Sloane Street flagship
Neom Organics -Boutique Wellbeing and Retail Evolution Luxury brand Neom Organics is all about wellness, and how it’s scents facilitate this. A distinctive retail design and clarity in store communication was needed to amplify the brand’s authority and engage consumers in the “scent of discovery” journey.
Sweaty Betty – Brand Identity: transforming own-brand identity and authority In an increasingly competitive market, Sweaty Betty needed to stand out and step up from fitness multi-brand retailer to serious lifestyle performance own-brand. It needed a stronger, distinctive identity.
Trevor Sorbie – Brand Identity and International Environment Transformation With 40 years of hair history, Trevor Sorbie salons are internationally renowned for creative and innovative hairdressing. While celebrating the brand’s DNA, attracting international customers required a more dynamic and contemporary fashion brand identity, environment and messaging.
Caviar House & Prunier – Luxury Dining Revitalisation In the airport environment, the retail and hospitality landscape has changed significantly with new entrants arriving and existing competitors upgrading. Caviar House & Prunier has a 140-year history and is well regarded as a premium brand and product but it needed more to stand out in Heathrow’s Terminals 3 and 4.
Fullers T2 – Brand and Environment Airside Creation It was a major departure for Fuller’s to extend its pub format into the airside airport environment. Creating a new brand world while maintaining the Fuller’s heritage needed to appeal to a diverse ‘in transit’ audience … quite a task.
Environment covers brand places and spaces: it’s physical from flagships to pop-ups and digital both local and global. It includes experiences, visualisations and activations.
Environment is all about bringing the brand world to life and engaging with the consumer. Is yours still relevant? Does it stand out? Does it need to do something new and different?
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