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Barber Design has worked with retailers ranging from some of the biggest names on the high street to one-off boutiques. Cross the threshold, and the retail interior space immediately shapes our expectations and notions of a brand. It’s a key moment – one where brand messages and promises must successfully come together if they are to draw us in further.

Barber’s skill lies in taking the unique opportunity presented by retail interiors to engage and build an authentic relationship with your most profitable customers.

Through seamless integration of 3D and 2D, every customer touch point is carefully considered, from flagship stores to airports and department store concessions, Barber’s creativity with retail interiors has provided brands with inspirational, high impact and commercially successful retail environments across the globe.

Retail interior services include:

  • Store development and planning
  • Retail interior design
  • Concessions
  • Pop-up shops
  • Window displays
  • 3D visualisation
  • Signage and wayfinding

Get in touch to discuss your retail interiors. Contact Barber Design today .

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Retail Displays

Design and manufacture retail interior displays for a compact retail space.

Bespoke free-standing, lockable units; storage service counter.

Clean, simple, chic.

The challenge was to develop a vibrant retail interior, in a small space, that was cost-effective and reflected the Noo Noos brand identity. A successful London-based online underwear company, the Noo Noos flagship store needed to reinforce its online presence, its web-site, products and service offer.

Creating a set of free-standing modular display units affords the company the flexibility to move or adjust the layout easily. Simple and durable, the gloss white finish of the display units adds a touch of glamour to the aesthetic.

A low-cost solution, all the units were nevertheless made to measure for this compact retail space. Picture frame inspired displays make a feature of key products and tie in with the Noo Noos online store.

As always, the materials sourced for this retail interior design are from renewable and recyclable resource streams and support local environmentally-responsible suppliers.

Vibrant and visually engaging, Noo Noos flagship store presents an attractive interface for customers and staff.

It looks fabulous as well as being of excellent quality. Getting the units in as early as we did was beyond our expectations. Your service has been excellent Director Noo Noos


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When Fine Entertainment Group decided to convert a western-themed saloon into an ultracasual craft beer tavern, they called upon The Korte Company to help with the Design-Build transition. The 28,000 square foot facility remodel included 9,395 square feet of improvements and 500 square feet of building additions.

When Summerpointe Resorts needed quick and cost-effective conversion of their old wedding chapel into a restaurant/bar, expanded convenience store and quick service counter The Korte Company. Working with a window between the day after Superbowl weekend and Memorial day, this project took their 2,500 square-foot chapel and combined it into the convenience store and quick service counter area

Completed in 1904 to accommodate the increased passenger and freight business associated with the St. Louis World’s Fair, the original Post Office Annex was designed by St. Louis architects Eames Young and erected by the nationally prominent company headed by George A. Fuller.

At The Korte Company, we’re well-versed in retail construction and design and have delivered more than 2,000 projects throughout the U.S. including many retail projects. This is one of many retail stores we’ve built.

The Korte Company was selected as the design-build contractor for the new Kingman Crossing development. Kingman Crossing is a 9 acre retail development with 90,000 square feet of planned retail space.

The Korte Company completed Phase 1 of the development which included cut/fill and grading for the entire site, site concrete, asphalt paving, and landscaping.


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RETAIL GRAPHICS AND RETAIL DESIGN NATIONWIDE

Welcome to AGRetail, a product line of The AmGraph Group, based in Greater Los Angeles. We provide retail graphics and retail design solutions across North America.

We are a hybrid of a creative advertising agency combined with a premium print production facility. Our line of products and services specializes in Retail Brand Creation, Retail Brand Graphic Implementation and Management. We take the marketing messages of our retail clients and apply them nationally and internationally into multiple graphic platforms.

Design, print and installation of retail graphics

At the core of our business we facilitate in the design, print and installation of many retail graphic applications including construction and retail barricade graphics, shopping mall barricade graphics, retail storefronts, retail interior signage, event and grand opening kits, banner programs, corporate fulfillment websites, electronic media, specialty non-illuminated signage and much more.

AGRetail not only create new brands, but also specialize in the management of existing retail brands and corporate identities through our brand implementation services. Many of the largest retailers, business organizations and institutions look to AGRetail to provide this level of brand management to ensure consistency across all platforms.

We provide advice from the consumer’s point of view. When it comes to brand management, the challenge is to establish an emotional relationship with end consumers. They experience products at first in a store, which makes retail the start of the value-creation chain.

Our focus is on one thing… Implementing the retail brand or marketing message that our clients require with a level of professionalism and quality that is unsurpassed.

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News: Apple has trademarked the design and layout of its retail stores, nine years after the first Apple Store opened in Virginia, USA.

The U.S. Patent Trademark Office this week published the tech giant s latest trademark certificate, which covers the “distinctive design layout” of the 400 stores worldwide, reports Patently Apple .

Above: Apple Store trademark image, via Patently Apple

The trademark consists of two designs, one in colour and one in black and white. Both present the typical Apple Store layout, with wide tables in the middle and benches around the sides where customers can try out the latest products, as well as the Genius Bar helpdesk at the back.

Steve Jobs, the firm s late co-founder, and Ron Johnson, the company’s former head of retail, are credited with the design and layout of the store. The first was opened in May 2001 in Tysons Corner, Virginia, but its now trademarked look was first introduced in Pasadena, California.

Apple has been caught up in numerous patent disputes, losing its long-running battle with Samsung last year when a high court ruled that the Korean manufacturer’s tablet computers were “not as cool” as the iPad. Another rival, HTC, also defeated Apple in a dispute over the use of swipe gestures in touchscreen phones.

Copying is an increasingly important issue in architecture and design, with developers in China recently accused of pirating a building by architect Zaha Hadid currently under construction in Beijing. Plans for Hadid’s Wangjing Soho complex were unveiled in August 2011, and the project is now racing to be completed before its copycat version.

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Sounds quite abusive! It is not Apple who invented structural glass, albeit there is always an architect who conceives such spaces. That doesn’t relate with Apple’s day-to-day business. Reading between the lines, this patent frenzy is a telltale that Apple has finally reached its bluntly square, hardcore corporate status. Which is also the kiss of death for any company.

Seriously, since when does such a thing like “copyright” and “trademark” exist in architecture?

People, please, this is not a patent for the architecture of the building, nor simply for the materials used. This is about the store concept (product placement, working products for hands on experience, genius bar for interactive helpdesk, lecture areas). These things really are a huge deal in the succes of the stores, and really are the result of tests and studies and studies and tests. This store concept is a “product” designed by Apple.

I once had admiration for Apple’s visionary design, both system and hardware. Now that the company has reached the unquestioned market leadership, Apple has simply become an “evil” company that tries to issue gagging orders on any potential competitor. And now finally: architecture and interior design? Really?

I can’t help feeling that with all its patents and trade-marking, Apple is a systemically weak company that fears everything outside of itself. It has such an unhealthy attitude to competition and possession that if it were a person, it would be one of the most neurotic people you’d ever meet and a definite candidate for mandatory therapy.

It’s a series of tables and wall nooks. C’mon Apple.

Good, let them trademark a played out aesthetic – just one more example of how out of touch they’re becoming.

Geert is right. This isn’t a patent on the architecture. Many of the Apple stores in Europe are located within historical buildings, i.e. Paris Opera Store, and Apple can’t change, modify, rearrange, etc. anything to these existing buildings. Most significant Apple stores are like this. Apple has cleverly designed their “retail store” as another Apple product.

But what I do find silly is Apple not only receiving a patent on their design of a glass stair but also a technical patent for the glass/hardware system. While I understand it is custom detailing, I still feel it’s a bit overboard.

“Cleverly”? You mean a consistent extension of their brand message? How exactly is that clever?

Much like they trademarked their “distinctive product design”, which isn’t really theirs either. Their entire design ethos is half-inched from one of the all-time greats, Dieter Rams.
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7 Low-Cost Design Ideas for Small Retail Spaces

Neutral-colored furniture with accent pillows and accessories doesn t overwhelm shoppers. An end table creates a divider between displays at Cocobolo Interiors in Armonk, N.Y.

Credit: Tom Anckner

When Julie Owen bought Cocobolo Interiors in 2008, she set about adding more contemporary items to the Armonk, N.Y. shop. But with only 3,000 square feet, she struggled to figure out where to put her expanding line of furniture, lighting fixtures and accessories. Her solution: create sections within the shop and arrange the furniture the way customers might imagine it at home, using low bookcases and folding screens as dividers.

As Owen discovered, making the most of a small retail shop means being strategic about how you design the space and organize your merchandise. Here are seven other simple and affordable ways to maximize a small retail space:

1. Paint an accent wall. Painting one wall a bold color is an affordable and effective way to not only spice up the space, but also to make it look larger. A bold colored wall creates the illusion of receding in space, says Libby Langdon. HGTV design expert and author of Libby Langdon s Small Space Solutions (Knack, 2009). Putting colorfully printed fabric or wallpaper on one of your walls is another way to achieve the same effect, while adding eye-catching textures and patterns to your store.

An old bed serves as a space-saving and creative way to display tea towels along an orange accent wall at Poppyseeds in Stanwood, Wash.

Credit: Amber Strehle, Tres Birds Photography

2. Create window-like effects. Windows can open up a small space and make it seem larger. At Poppyseeds. a vintage decor and fashion accessory shop in Stanwood, Wash. the owners cut window spaces into the walls separating two small rooms to create a more airy feel. In another room, co-owner Marybeth Sande put white linen panels across an entire wall, creating the illusion of windows. Hanging drapes around tall, skinny mirrors is another way to create a window effect, Langdon says. That gives an illusion of more light and movement in a small space.

3. Think vertically. Displaying items on various levels maximizes space and is visually appealing to customers, says Jerry Birnbach. a Somers, N.Y. store-planning consultant. Hanging shelving at different levels is the easiest way to achieve this effect. You also can mount drapes and other items from the ceiling to the floor to draw the eye up and create the sense of a larger space, Langdon says.

4. Avoid a cluttered look. Owen managed to add more merchandise but avoid a cluttered look by using neutral colors, such as ivory and gray for furniture and larger items. She then accented the space with smaller brightly colored items like vases and pillows. She also makes sure not to crowd her merchandise too closely together. We try to make it look elegant and give it some space, she says.

5. Move beyond shelving. Shelving can be a very effective way to make the most of your wall space, but you can also find more creative, space-saving ways to display products. Instead of a big floor case for jewelry and other small items, Langdon recommends buying an old painting in an ornate frame and stretching the canvas in linen to create a giant corkboard to pin products on. At Poppyseeds, tea towels are displayed on an antique wrought iron headboard propped against a wall. The headboard takes up little space and adds character to the store.

6. Use open bookcases as dividers. Sectioning off areas of a small shop is challenging, but tall, open bookcases can be an effective way to divide the space, as well as display products and create an airy feel. Open bookcases are also flexible, allowing you to change both the layout and the merchandise easily.

7. Illuminate your space in different ways. Lighting is important in any retail shop, but it s particularly critical in tight quarters. If a corner of your store is not well lit, that square footage is as good as lost, Langdon says. She recommends using a combination of track lights, lamps, sconces and picture lights. This mixture will not only ensure that your entire space is well lit, but it also will add flair and variety. Picture lights are amazing. They give a wonderful glow, she says. Think in terms of layers of light.


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I recently took over an older established store that was in desperate need of being updated. SPS gave my store a fresh new look and they were able to complete the remodel very quickly efficiently. They also were flexible with their working hours so I didn t have to close my store while the work was being done.

When I first opened my store, I thought I would save some money by doing the job myself. Years later, when I wanted to move my store to a better location, I hired SPS. I never realized the financial benefits that could be derived by having it done professionally. I highly recommend SPS. Their installation crew was helpful and fast, and I am very pleased with the end result.

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The Institute s 35th annual student design competition focused on the growing category of c-stores as many operators are currently redesigning.

This year s Iron Design challenge was for students to design a pop-up shop to drive sales of products to support HMI s Back to School mission.

The Retail Design Institute s Board of Directors met for its semi-annual Board Meeting September 18 in Chicago. Topping the agenda was executive o.

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I was recently asked What do you enjoy most about being an Architect ? The answer to the question is easy: Drawing! Sometimes, as architects we get lost in the fog of running a business or managing a complex project or dealing with screaming contractors and demanding clients. We often.

ACQUISITION ALLEVATO has become the Boston office of HFA, a 220+ person, multidisciplinary retail design firm based in Bentonville, AR with over 25 years of experience providing comprehensive A/E services for a variety of nationally recognized clients. We are dedicated to providing.

What are the top 5 retail design trends that aim to attract and retain the millennial customer? One of the most common conversations you hear today across media channels, professional societies, and even municipal planning discussions is about how to deal with the
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