Retail in our cities is thriving. London’s retail scene is vibrant. In recent weeks, Coal Drops Yard made its debut, marking that the store is not just a place that is flourishing, but is progressing and innovating. Experimental in spirit, new pop-ups are permeating within the city. Over in London’s Mayfair, Sheridan&Co had the pleasure to work with Diptyque to create a sensory driven pop-up to celebrate the brand’s 50th birthday.
Albeit, retail’s success is not defined by postcode. Over in Frankfurt, we are proud to announce that we worked with Douglas to redesign and refresh flagship. Spanning across five floors, our strategic led approach to retail came to life to create an emotionally driven store experience. Read more about the project here.
As we look to the future of retail, how we will design our cities will be paramount. Collaboration will underpin the foundation of how we live, work and socialise. Sustainability and culture will be key design tools as move ever closer to this collaborative world.
Collaboration in mind, we have been exploring a shift in domestic patterns. With community living on the rise, interpersonal relationships become increasingly complex in the world of global nomads. By consequence, brands are becoming instrumental tools to aid connection amongst people. Head to our blog to find out why retail is joining the family.
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