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Retail Design Institute’s 2015 Trendcast 

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A highly visual presentation featuring leading retail projects from around the globe. We look beyond the latest trends to explore innovative and award-winning approaches, technologies and materials that make up todays retail environments. This session looks at the intersection of visionary and ambitious thinking that leads to innovation. Content includes several award-winning stores to hit the global market in the past year - projects recognized for their approaches to overall concept, branding, visual merchandising, graphics, way-finding, sales technology, fixtures, lighting, materials, sustainability and historic preservation.

Retail design professionals, retailers and solutions providers will benefit from inspiring ways to blend both physical and digital aspects of innovation to create unique selling environments.

(content curated from the Retail Design Institute’s 45th International Store Design Competition & other online sources credited at the end where known)

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Retail Design Institute’s 2015 Trendcast 

  1. 1. TRENDCAST RETAIL ASIA EXPO & CONFERENCE, HONG KONG, JUNE 10TH 2015 A VISUAL TOUR OF RETAIL BEST PRACTICE, INNOVATION AND DEVELOPING TRENDS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE 2015
  2. 2. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 2 We are the retail industry's creative professionals, founded in 1961 as a collaborative community where ideas, knowledge and passion are shared to enable our members to fulfill the fast-paced planning and design needs of retail.
  3. 3. 4 214 1 12 5 8 3 6 10 7 11 9 13 Shanghai Hong Kong Singapore Sydney | Melbourne Madrid | Barcelona Sau Paulo North America Locations: 1. Atlanta Southeast 2.Boston 3.Chicago 4.Madrid/ Barcelona 5.Minneapolis/ St.Paul 6.New York 7.Northern California 8.Ohio 9.Sao Paulo 10.Seattle 11.Southern California 12.St Louis 13.Sydney/ Melbourne 14.Toronto. Coming soon: Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore
  4. 4. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 4 Education Career Building Networking
  5. 5. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 5 Our members include design professionals, trade representatives, students of design, the media & other industry leaders. A.CREATOR, RDI
  6. 6. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 6 We are pleased to recognize the following members for their outstanding contributions to the organization and the retail design profession.
  7. 7. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 7 Events Chairperson, Boston Chapter Director of Design & Construction, Luxury Brand Holdings Tracy Zaslow, FRDI A past president of the Boston Chapter and its current events chairperson. Zaslow is director of design & construction for Cranston, R.I.-based Luxury Brand Holdings. Professional member Tracy Zaslow exemplifies what a Retail Design Institute member should aspire to be, says Mare Weiss, RDI, president of the Boston Chapter. Tracy has been an “amazing supporter” of the Boston Chapter, Mare says, serving with energy and enthusiasm that is incomparable. “She never misses a meeting or an event!” Currently event chairperson of the Boston Chapter, Tracy has been elected Boston Chapter president for two terms, served as Boston’s chairman and was named Boston Chapter member of the Year in 2013. Tracy consistently promotes the Institute, notes Luanne Perry, FRDI. “She has made significant strides in increasing membership, membership participation and has created relevant programs for the Boston Chapter." Though she served as her Chapter's education chair from 2000-2006, Tracy goes beyond Boston by promoting the profession at the student level Luanne adds. Tracy has taught part time in the Industrial Design Department at the Rhode Island School of Design, her alma mater, for many years. With delight, the Institute bestows Fellow, its highest honor, on Tracy Zaslow, FRDI. Fellow
  8. 8. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 8 Vice President, Atlanta | Southeast Chapter Founder & President of Fuller Studios Ken Fuller, FRDI The Institute can thank Ken Fuller, RDI, for expanding the Institute’s Chapter network and personally touching the lives of countless design professionals and students.  In nominating Ken for Fellow status, Paul Pizzini, FRDI, notes Ken worked closely with Sharon Lessard to establish the successful Minneapolis Chapter and continues to work with Charlotte to reignite its members. Chicago, Toronto and St. Louis have benefitted from Ken's mentorship, Paul explains. Atlanta Chapter President John Ermlich, RDI, adds that Ken’s support of the Institute includes not only his work as an Atlanta officer – he’s been elected president and vice president for two terms each and chairman – but on the International level serving two terms as vice president.  Currently vice president of the Atlanta Chapter, Ken has also been education and professional growth chair. With pleasure the Institute bestows Fellow, its highest honor, on Ken Fuller, FRDI. Fellow
  9. 9. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 9 Founder & Vice President, Madrid | Barcelona Chapter Founder, Marketing-Jazz Carlos Aires, RDI Carlos Aires, RDI, is recognized as ‘Member of the Year’ . Aires is Vice president of the Madrid | Barcelona Chapter. Aires is with Marketing-JAZZ, an award- winning design firm based in Madrid. Carlos Aires, a professional member since 2011, is the force behind the Institute’s newest outpost in Madrid | Barcelona. In fact, he is the founding father of the association’s fastest growing group earning full Chapter status last year  Carlos also carried the Institute’s flag to the last GlobalShop trade fair in Dusseldorf by coordinating an impressive looking stand, ensuring the Institute truly had an international presence. Carlos’s company Marketing –JAZZ, based in Madrid, can be counted on the win honors in the Institute’s annual international design awards program. For these outstanding contributions to his Chapter and the entire organization, Carlos Aires is the Retail Design Institute's 2014 Member of the Year. Member of the Year
  10. 10. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 10 Treasurer, St. Louis Chapter Territory Manager, ISC Surfaces Theresa Froidl Theresa Froidl, Treasurer of the St. Louis Chapter is honored as Trade Member of the Year. Froidl is territory manager with ISC Surfaces, St. Louis. Theresa Froidl joined the Institute’s St. Louis Chapter in 2006 and quickly made a difference as a committee member, board member and officer -- notably St. Louis Chapter treasurer for many years.   Theresa’s fellow board members enthusiastically nominated her for the honor, sending considerably more than the asked for documentation. In their glowing letters of recommendation, they cited her can-do and professional attitude that enabled the St. Louis chapter to keep growing while remaining on stable financial footing.  Theresa’s organizational skills and extensive network enabled St. Louis to keep moving forward particularly in 2014 when the Chapter did not have a full board due to an officer on maternity leave and another relocated to a new job. Theresa stepped forward to organize several events and tapped past leaders to lend a hand. As an interior designer who found her way to the trade side of the retail design industry, Theresa can speak a universal design language that carefully balances the needs of both the practitioner and the resource supplier.  For these contributions and long-standing commitment to the St. Louis Chapter and by extension to the entire Institute, Theresa Froidl is the 2014 Trade Member of the Year. Trade Member of the Year
  11. 11. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 11
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  13. 13. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 13 Sponsors
  14. 14. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 14 Kevin Roche
  15. 15. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 15
  16. 16. Mare Weiss, RDI (Judging Chair) Bergmeyer Diana Bernal, RDI Richemont (NYC Chapter) Kylie Bodiya Swarovski Bevan Bloemendaal, RDI Timberland, Legionnaire Elizabeth Lowrey Elkus Manfredi Architects Bonnie Matterand, RDI, J. Jill Norman LaTour, RDI Dunkin Brands. Julie Reker, RDI, Gensler, VP Boston Chapter Andrew McQuilkin, FRDI BHDP, Chairman Joseph P. Nevin, Jr., FRDI Bergmeyer Judges
  17. 17. 44TH AWARDS REVIEW & HIGHLIGHTS | WINNERS & MERITS
  18. 18. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 19 NEW OR COMPLETELY RENOVATED FULL-LINE DEPARTMENT STORE | 1ST PLACE CHARLES SPARKS + COMPANY, MACY'S HERALD SQUARE 4TH FLOOR MEN’S ACTIVEWEAR AND SHOES, NEW YORK
  19. 19. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 20 NEW OR COMPLETELY RENOVATED FULL-LINE DEPARTMENT STORE | AWARD OF MERIT GENSLER, EL PALACIO DE HIERRO; QUERETARO, MEXICO
  20. 20. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 22 NEW OR COMPLETELY RENOVATED SPECIALTY DEPARTMENT STORE | 1ST PLACE BURDIFILEK, THE GALLERIA LUXURY HALL WEST, SEOUL, KOREA
  21. 21. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 24 NEW SHOP WITHIN AN EXISTING FULL-LINE OR SPECIALTY DEPARTMENT STORE | 1ST PLACE HBC STORE PLANNING & DESIGN, HUDSON’S BAY HOME & DECOR, TORONTO
  22. 22. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 25 NEW SHOP WITHIN AN EXISTING FULL-LINE OR SPECIALTY DEPARTMENT STORE | AWARD OF MERIT CHARLES SPARKS + COMPANY, MACY'S HERALD SQUARE 4TH FLOOR MEN’S ACTIVEWEAR AND SHOES, NEW YORK
  23. 23. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 27 HARD LINES SPECIALTY STORES | 1ST PLACE CALLISON, WATCHES OF SWITZERLAND, REGENT STREET, LONDON
  24. 24. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 28 HARD LINES SPECIALTY STORES | 1ST PLACE FITCH, PIRCH, DALLAS
  25. 25. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 29 HARD LINES SPECIALTY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT GENSLER, HARTMANN, NEW YORK
  26. 26. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 30 HARD LINES SPECIALTY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT JHP, HARMAN FLAGSHIP, NEW YORK
  27. 27. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 31 HARD LINES SPECIALTY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT GENSLER, BACK 40 MERCANTILE, OLD GREENWICH, CONN.
  28. 28. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 33 SOFT LINES SPECIALTY STORE | 1ST PLACE MNA, RALPH LAUREN, HONG KONG
  29. 29. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 34 SOFT LINES SPECIALTY STORE | AWARD OF MERIT MNA, RALPH LAUREN, BANGKOK
  30. 30. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 35 SOFT LINES SPECIALTY STORE | AWARD OF MERIT CALLISON, DHAMANI 1969, DUBAI MALL
  31. 31. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 37 LARGE FORMAT SPECIALTY STORES | 1ST PLACE MILLER ZELL, ORCHARD SUPPLY HARDWARE, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
  32. 32. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 38 LARGE FORMAT SPECIALTY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT RUSCIO STUDIO, MARK'S, WINNIPEG
  33. 33. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 40 OUTLET STORE/VALUE RETAIL | 1ST PLACE RETAILONE, BOOT BARN, NASHVILLE
  34. 34. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 42 SUPERMARKETS | 1ST PLACE KING RETAIL SOLUTIONS, FRESH ST. FARMS, SURREY, BC
  35. 35. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 44 SPECIALTY FOOD, GOURMET GROCER & DELICATESSEN | 1ST PLACE BHDP ARCHITECTURE, BROTHERS MARKETPLACE, MEDFIELD, MASS
  36. 36. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 45 OUTLET STORE/VALUE RETAIL | AWARD OF MERIT JUICE SERVED HERE, JUICE SERVED HERE, VENICE BEACH
  37. 37. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 46 OUTLET STORE/VALUE RETAIL | AWARD OF MERIT MARKETING JAZZ, MARQUES DE RISCAL FLAGSHIP, ALAVA, SPAIN
  38. 38. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 48 FINE DINING RESTAURANT AND/OR BAR | 1ST PLACE DIALOGUE 38, KWAN DIM SUM, TORONTO
  39. 39. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 50 QUICK SERVICE RESTAURANTS | 1ST PLACE GH+A, RIDEAU CENTRE DINING HALL, OTTAWA
  40. 40. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 52 CASUAL RESTAURANT AND/OR BAR | 1ST PLACE DIALOGUE 38, YAKITORI KINTORI/KINTON RAMEN, TORONTO
  41. 41. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 53 CASUAL RESTAURANT AND/OR BAR | AWARD OF MERIT DASH DESIGN, DISTRITO, MOORESTOWN, N.J.
  42. 42. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 54 CASUAL RESTAURANT AND/OR BAR | AWARD OF MERIT LANDINI ASSOCIATES, JONES THE GROCER, MELBOURNE
  43. 43. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 56 BAR, COFFEE, TEA SHOP | 1ST PLACE LANDINI ASSOCIATES, T2, SHOREDITCH, LONDON
  44. 44. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 58 TELECOMMUNICATIONS, MOBILE TECHNOLOGY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT CHUTE GERDEMAN, VERIZON DESTINATION STORE, MALL OF AMERICA
  45. 45. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 59 TELECOMMUNICATIONS, MOBILE TECHNOLOGY STORES | AWARD OF MERIT GEYER, TELSTRA DISCOVERY STORE, SYDNEY
  46. 46. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 61 LIFESTYLE, HEALTH & WELLBEING | 1ST PLACE TPG ARCHITECTURE, THE RED DOOR, NEW YORK
  47. 47. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 62 LIFESTYLE, HEALTH & WELLBEING | AWARD OF MERIT BIG RED ROOSTER, AMERICAN EXPRESS CENTURION LOUNGE, LAGUARDIA AIRPORT
  48. 48. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 64 PHARMACY | AWARD OF MERIT ALESSANDRO LUCIANI DESIGNER, DR. FLEMING PHARMA & HEALTHCARE, MILAN
  49. 49. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 65 PHARMACY | AWARD OF MERIT MARKETING JAZZ, BOTICANA PHARMACY, JAEN, SPAIN
  50. 50. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 67 TEMPORARY & COMMON AREA RETAIL | AWARD OF MERIT DSD GROUPE DESIGN + RUSCIO STUDIO, FACES COSMETICS, SAINTE-FOY, QUE.
  51. 51. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 68 TEMPORARY & COMMON AREA RETAIL | AWARD OF MERIT DESIGN COMPENDIUM, BIRCHBOX POP-UP SHOP, JFK AIRPORT
  52. 52. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 70 BRAND SPACES | 1ST PLACE GENSLER, HOLLY HUNT SHOWROOM, DALLAS
  53. 53. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 71 BRAND SPACES | AWARD OF MERIT RUSCIO STUDIO, EURO TILE & STONE, OTTAWA
  54. 54. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 73 FINANCIAL SERVICES | 1ST PLACE PUBLIC DESIGN GROUP, BANK OF QUEENSLAND, NORTH RYDE, NSW
  55. 55. GLOBAL STORE DESIGN TRENDS | INNOVATION AWARDS
  56. 56. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 75 INNOVATION AWARDS | BRANDING CHANEL INC, CHANEL AT SAKS FIFTH AVENUE, NEW ORLEANS
  57. 57. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 76 INNOVATION AWARDS | CONCEPTUAL DESIGN CHECKLAND KINDLEYSIDES, JOSEPH CHEANEY FLAGSHIP, LONDON
  58. 58. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 77 INNOVATION AWARDS | EXTERIOR FAÇADE PLANEACIÓN DE ALMACENES LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL, TOLUCA, MEXICO
  59. 59. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 78 INNOVATION AWARDS | HISTORIC PRESERVATION ELKUS MANFREDI ARCHITECTS, THE VERB HOTEL, BOSTON
  60. 60. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 79 INNOVATION AWARDS | SUSTAINABILITY GENSLER, TIMBUK2, CHICAGO
  61. 61. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 80 INNOVATION AWARDS | SHOW WINDOW HBC STORE PLANNING & DESIGN, LORD & TAYLOR, ALBANY, N.Y.
  62. 62. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 81 INNOVATION AWARDS | VISUAL MERCHANDISING HBC STORE PLANNING & DESIGN, HUDSON’S BAY HOME & DECOR, TORONTO
  63. 63. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 82 INNOVATION AWARDS | STORE PLANNING NORDSTROM, NORDSTROM, THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
  64. 64. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 83 INNOVATION AWARDS | WAYFINDING, SIGNAGE & ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS BHDP ARCHITECTURE, BROTHERS MARKETPLACE, MEDFIELD, MASS.
  65. 65. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 84 INNOVATION AWARDS | FIXTURING CHECKLAND KINDLEYSIDES, NIXON, PARIS
  66. 66. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 85 INNOVATION AWARDS | DIGITAL INTEGRATION GENSLER, HARMAN FLAGSHIP, NEW YORK
  67. 67. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 86 INNOVATION AWARDS | TECHNOLOGY FITCH, VIVID HOMES BY B&Q CHINA, SHANGHAI
  68. 68. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 87 INNOVATION AWARDS | LIGHTING DESIGN HBC STORE PLANNING & DESIGN, KLEINFELD HUDSON’S BAY, TORONTO
  69. 69. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 88 INNOVATION AWARDS | MATERIALITY/FINISHES BURDIFILEK, MARK LASH FLAGSHIP, TORONTO
  70. 70. CASE STUDY | T2 ‘STORE OF THE YEAR’
  71. 71. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 91 T2 Headquarters | Main Entrance
  72. 72. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 92 T2 Headquarters | Studio
  73. 73. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 93 Reception T2 Headquarters | Reception
  74. 74. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 94 Landini Associates CLIENT PROJECT DATE PAGE T2 Headquarters | Reception
  75. 75. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 95 Sydney WestfieldT2B Arrives | Sydney Westfield
  76. 76. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 96 T2B Arrives | Sydney Westfield
  77. 77. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 97 QVB Kiosk, SydneyT2B Arrives | QVB Kiosk Sydney
  78. 78. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 98 T2 Flagships | T2 Shoreditch - Redchurch St, London
  79. 79. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 99 Landini Associates CLIENT PROJECT DATE PAGE T2 Flagships | T2 Shoreditch - Redchurch St, London
  80. 80. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 100 T2 Flagships | T2 SoHo - Prince St, New York
  81. 81. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 101 T2 Flagships | T2 SoHo - Prince St, New York
  82. 82. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 102 Landini Associates CLIENT PROJECT DATE PAGE T2 Flagships | T2 SoHo - Prince St, New York
  83. 83. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 103 Landini Associates CLIENT PROJECT DATE PAGE T2 Flagships | T2 Shoreditch - Redchurch St, London
  84. 84. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 104 T2B Arrives | Film T2B ARRIVES | MOVIE CLIP HTTP://WWW.LANDINIASSOCIATES.COM/FILMS/
  85. 85. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 105 Enter the 2015 45th International Store Design Competition. Eligible projects are those completed between Nov 1, 2014 and Oct 31, 2015. www.retaildesigninstitute.org Nov 2015
  86. 86. TAKE-AWAY MACRO TRENDS
  87. 87. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 107 Enriched.1 2 3 4 5 Social. Localized. Authentic. Sensory. A growing appetite for retail with a more culturally enriching, harder-to-come-by, experiential accent. The physical store remains a key for experiential, communal brand experiences – spurring sales across other channels. Providing local staff & customers with a sense of ownership and belonging. Customers want a story - they are searching for meaning and greater depth to brands and the products they choose. A sensory space - where you feel the brand as much as you see it. One that’s experiential, provocative…from selling to seduction.
  88. 88. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 108 Enriched A growing appetite for retail with a more culturally enriching, harder-to-come-by, experiential accent. 1/
  89. 89. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 110 The physical store remains a key platform for experiential, communal brand experiences – spurring sales across other channels. Social 2/
  90. 90. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 112 Providing local staff & customers with a sense of ownership and belonging. Localized 3/
  91. 91. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 114 Customers want a story - they are searching for meaning - greater depth to brands and the products they choose. Authentic 4/
  92. 92. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 115
  93. 93. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 116 A sensory space - where you feel the brand as much as you see it. One that’s experiential, provocative…from selling to seduction. Immersive 5/
  94. 94. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 117
  95. 95. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 118 A transformation of the retail journey, slow stores will offer an antidote to many consumers’ hyper-connected, over-stimulated lives.
  96. 96. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 119 Explore ways to 
 implement change. To stay fresh in front of the customer and to maintain momentum in a rapidly changing world.
  97. 97. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 120 “One thing we share in common is our passion for design and the skill to craft memorable experiences. Join the Retail Industry’s leading body of creative professionals today!”
  98. 98. www.retaildesigninstitute.orgTrendcast 2015 | Retail Asia Expo & Conference, Hong Kong © Retail Design Institute 2015 121 Partnering with RDI The Institute is seeking to establish partnerships with sponsors who share our passion for promoting the advancement and collaborative practice of creating selling environments.
  99. 99. Speaker: James Farnell, RDI ; International President, Retail Design Institute; Creative Director, Brand Experience Studio, Little. Sources & Acknowledgements: Retail Design Institute’s 44th International Store Design Competition. Presented by the Retail Design Institute retaildesigninstitute.org

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