Retail Design in 2018: Store Aesthetics, a Shifted Lens
Surviving the RetailPocalypse
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Retail
Futurist and GDR CEO Kate Ancketill shares what Web 4.0 may mean to the future of retail, service, and the built environment.
Retail Design Through the Trade Show Lens
Key trends in retail design revealed through three unique experiences.
The U.S. retail sector continues to evolve radically, with over 8,600 stores across multiple brands set
Retail in 2017: The Irony of Technology
Shoptalk Preview: What Happens in Vegas Will be Virtual
IA will exhibit its virtual reality project delivery platform at the inaugural conference showcasing retail and technology.…
Project Files: Combatant Gentlemen
The first brick-and-mortar location for an established e-tailer gets an adjoining workplace that supports growth and corporate culture.
For a fashion brand that marries time-tested craftsmanship with a robust technology platform, the opportunity to develop a unique workplace and conjoining …
Retail in 2016: A Luxury Reboot
The pendulum of shopper preference swings from solely web-based shopping toward immersive sensory experiences.
The message across all trend reports, white papers, and general musings on the state of retail is consistent: We, as consumers, are strapped for time, and …
Where Workplace and Retail Design Dovetail
Common factors driving the current state of retail and workplace design include the desire for unique experiences and augmenting those experiences through technology.
As the practice of workplace and retail design continues to evolve along seemingly parallel lines, common …
IA Expands the Firm’s Retail Practice Group
Anthony Simon joins IA’s design leadership as the Global Project Director for Retail.
As technology continues to facilitate the ability to work anywhere, workplace is a broadening term. And as authorities on workplace design, the firm regularly designs environments …
What Goes into a Fashion Designer’s Workspace?