Tag Archives: retail design

Hay: From Local To Global

At the beginning of the millennium, a handful of brands based in Copenhagen, contributed in revitalizing a retail segment specializing in nordic contemporary, minimalistic furniture design and household products. HAY, spearheading this group was  founded in 2002 by Mette and Rolf Hay and have since seen their idea flourish from a modest local store in the Danish capital to a […]
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Burberry Revisited

In 2012, as the economical crisis was ravaging the global retail market, a beacon of hope opened on 121 Regent Street. Burberry, the iconic British luxury brand, guided then by Christopher Bailey, Creative Director and Angela Ahrendts, CEO, transformed the listed 4.000m² historic building into an innovative retail space, bringing the physical and digital Burberry brand […]
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Vipp: A Retail Space With A Conscience

Walking into the Vipp Concept Store in Copenhagen, on the first Saturday in April, it felt that Spring had truly arrived. The spacious showroom was already gathering a handful of inquisitive shoppers who were warmly greeted and masterly orchestrated by our store host, the charismatic  Jette Egelund. Within seconds, Jette took us on a Vipp journey, […]
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Designing Dementia Friendly Spaces in Copenhagen

Sitting with John is no easy task. His energy and enthusiasm for his two passions, music and developing dementia care, make it almost impossible for him to confine himself to the prison of a chair. I’m in Nottingham, the city where it all began, sitting with a friend I’ve known all of my adult life. […]
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NN07: A Home To Be Proud Of

        In 2007 a block in the heart of Copenhagen, reverently known as Berlingske Karré, began its transformation. The block is home to the Danish media company, Belingske Media that boasts of a handful of national newspapers, including one of the world´s oldest, Berlingske Tidende. At street level, the block hosts an […]
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