Spanish architects A-cero have sent us photos of one of their latest projects: a catchy store design with bold colorblocking for the footwear brand Camper's first store in Granada, Spain. — bustler.net
Tell your friends, tell your mom - the fabulous Archinect t-shirts are now back in stock again! Due to the overwhelming demand, many of the very popular designs, like the infamous Architecture Sucks or the CAD Hatch t-shirts, sold out very quickly, but - and this is the good news part - they're...
We've just discovered Apple will be updating their iconic Cube structure at their midtown Manhattan retail location, replacing the current cube of 90 panes with just 15 massive, and I mean massive, pieces of glass... The slabs will be roughly 10 feet wide by a whopping 32 feet high, and held together using some sort of secret, proprietary connector that will reportedly be embedded within the glass itself, rather than being comprised of mere external clips. — core77.com
The danger today comes from a shopper who walks into a store as if it were a product showroom. She pulls out a smart device and begins scanning barcodes using the Red Laser or Shopsavvy mobile app. She researches specs, prices and recommendations, and then makes a purchase from a low-cost retailer. Consumers are redefining how they shop and retailers are racing to catch up. — Joe Skorupa, Retail Info Systems News
At the Retail Technology Conference, which happened April 13-15, retailers were coping with a new phenomenom regarding shopping habits— how smartphone-enriched shoppers are treating bricks-and-mortar retailers like galleries and museums. Macy's CEO, Terry Lundgren, says that traditional...
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