Keyword: shop decoration

Thumbnail-Photo: What shop design can look like: the Lego flagship store in Berlin...

Images • 31.08.2017

What shop design can look like: the Lego flagship store in Berlin

So many bricks: The Lego Store in Berlin was newly opened and is now the only flagship store in Germany.

There are twelve of them all over the world. The store design required a little more patience than is the case with other stores. The sales floor in Tauentzienstraße measures 658 square meters in size and looks stylish and playful, yet not ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Giving books their own special space

Report • 28.09.2016

Giving books their own special space

Bookstores with individual designs highlight books

Shelves upon shelves and book spines next to book spines – that’s what German bookstores generally look like. Oftentimes, there is not enough room to showcase individual products. Even cleverly placed book tables or book stands and ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Shop design works different in China

Report • 07.09.2015

Shop design works different in China

Understanding the target groups in different countries

The Chinese retail market is developing rapidly right now and may even become one of the most important retail markets there are. This is a valid reason to get to know this retail culture better. Shop designers and retailers should make sure to ...

Thumbnail-Photo: More than Shopping

Report • 26.05.2015

More than Shopping

EuroShop RetailDesign Award rewards the best store concepts

EHI and Messe Düsseldorf have for the eighth time awarded the EuroShop RetailDesign Awards to the stores with the best design concepts. For the first time, the prize-giving ceremony has been held during the EuroShop subsidiary, C-Star, which ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Trend Store: Highlights take the customer by surprise...

Interview • 09.01.2015

Trend Store: "Highlights take the customer by surprise"

Interview with Björn Pippig, Head of Marketing at Möbel Hesse

It is called a trend store and it is trendy: Möbel Hesse has breathed new life into an area of ten thousand square meters. Shopfitters and interior designers have really pushed the envelope. Shortly after the grand opening, we spoke with ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Sensual Design - Shop-Design with Multisensual Marketing...

Report • 09.01.2015

Sensual Design - Shop-Design with Multisensual Marketing

Retailers should focus on the basics: The art is in reaching the recognition threshold but not crossing it

Brick-and-mortar retailers, who want to create an unforgettable shopping experience in their stores and also want to set themselves apart from online retailers, should appeal to all the senses of their customers. Multisensual marketing is an ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Small food court ‒ big prospects

Report • 01.12.2014

Small food court ‒ big prospects

The longtime gastronomy concept right in the middle of the Knauber Freizeitmarkt (Hobby Shop)

It is among the trailblazers of gastronomy services offered right in the middle of the sales floor – at least when it comes to craft and hobby stores. For the past 14 years, the Knauber Freizeitmarkt in Bonn-Endenich, Germany, has offered its ...

Thumbnail-Photo: Germanys first Concept Mall

Report • 01.07.2014

Germany's first Concept Mall

Photo Gallery: The architecture of the shopping mall "Bikini Berlin"

With the "Center at the Zoo" and the associated "Bikini House", the architects Paul Schwebes and Hans Schoszberger in 1955 have created a tidy, transparent ensemble. The building complex stood for economic progress and was a ...

Thumbnail-Photo: “The architectural design of shopping centers needs to be a service...

Interview • 01.07.2014

“The architectural design of shopping centers needs to be a service and feel good factor“

Interview with Dr. Karl Reinitzhuber, Co-CEO of mfi Management für Immobilien AG

Just like all other retailers, shopping center owners today are facing the challenge of offering customers a special shopping experience in order to stand up to the increasing competition by online retailers. This is why the architectural design ...

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Vitra Retail Systems GmbH
Vitra Retail Systems GmbH
Charles-Eames-Str. 6
79576 Weil am Rhein
K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Ltd. & Co. KG
K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Ltd. & Co. KG
Großenhainer Straße 101 B
01127 Dresden
Planungsbüro NETTE + HARTMANN
Planungsbüro NETTE + HARTMANN
Alsterchaussee 7
20149 Hamburg
MK Illumination Handels GmbH
MK Illumination Handels GmbH
Trientlgasse 70
6020 Innsbruck
inoventi Zweigniederlassung der item Industrietechnik GmbH
inoventi Zweigniederlassung der item Industrietechnik GmbH
Löhdorfer Straße 156 - 176
42699 Solingen
Hadjisky Dekopflanzen
Zaberner 11
40468 Düsseldorf
Linde Ladenbau GmbH & Co.KG
Linde Ladenbau GmbH & Co.KG
Konrad-Zuse-Straße 2
36251 Bad Hersfeld
EHI Retail Institute
EHI Retail Institute
Spichernstraße 55
50672 Köln
Brugger & Nielsen A/S
Brugger & Nielsen A/S
Store Kongensgade 36-38
1264 Copenhagen K.
AS-Shop Ladeneinrichtungs- und Messestände GmbH
AS-Shop Ladeneinrichtungs- und Messestände GmbH
Homberger Straße 23
40822 Mettmann
blocher partners
blocher partners
Herdweg 19
70174 Stuttgart
MOprojects GmbH
MOprojects GmbH
Wesker 40
48691 Vreden-Lünten
Vitra Retail GmbH
Vitra Retail GmbH
Charles-Eames-Str. 2
79576 Weil am Rhein
LANG - SHOP & OBJEKT GmbH
LANG - SHOP & OBJEKT GmbH
Freie-Vogel-Straße 391
44269 Dortmund
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Messeplatz, Stockumer Kirchstraße 61
40474 Düsseldorf
PERSPECTIX AG
PERSPECTIX AG
Hardturmstrasse 253
8005 Zürich
Barthelmess Group
Barthelmess Group
Schwabacher Straße 510
90763 Fürth
kunstdünger GmbH
kunstdünger GmbH
Industriezone Vetzan 112
39028 Schlanders (bz)
Neon-Licht Heinz Kers
Neon-Licht Heinz Kers
Ostender Weg 15
58313 Herdecke