Retail

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    2013 AL Design Awards - Burlington Arcade, London

    The Burlington Arcade, built in 1819, is located in London’s Mayfair district, an area known for its luxury shopping destinations and hotels. Speirs + Major was asked to devise a lighting strategy that would help restore the arcade’s appearance and incorporate event lighting.

     
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    2013 AL Design Awards - Sweet Crush Ice Bar, Los Angeles

    Working with just 1,000 square feet and having only 10 percent of the overall $160,000 design budget, Sean O’Connor Lighting created an identity for the Taiwanese company by incorporating the lighting into the architecture, such that the entire space reinforces the frozen treat purveyor’s branding.

     
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    Harry Winston Shanghai Pavilion

    CBBLD's design for the Harry Winston Pavilion in Shanghai incorporates multiple color temperatures to bathe customers, and diamonds, in the best possible light.

     
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    At&T Experience Retail Prototype

     
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    Pret a Manger

     
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    Light Sales

    Putting together a lighting scheme for a retail prototype requires a mixture of efficiency and flexibility.

     
  • Outstanding Achievement, Interior Lighting - Vera Wang New York Flagship Store

    As a high-end shopping district, it's hard to beat New York's Soho neighborhood.

     
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    Bradley & Diegel Salon

    When Peter Bradley and Dirk Diegel opened their new salon, they wanted the shop to be recognized for its elegant but effortless atmosphere.

     
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    Crystals, Citycenter

    One of the first issues that Focus Lighting addressed when the firm designed the lighting layout for the Crystals shopping mall—the signature retail component of the new City-Center development in Las Vegas—was where to place fixtures within the vast volume of its commons' high ceilings, some of...

     
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    Bright Crystal

    MGM Mirage's CityCenter development, as the name suggests, turns the Las Vegas format on its head.

     
  • Redefining Beauty

    No longer the exclusive preserve of Hollywood celebrities and super-models, specially formulated skin creams and Botox injections have now moved into the hands—and foreheads—of ordinary people.

     
  • Commendable Achievement, Exterior Lighting - Star Place

    The owners of Star Place, a luxury shopping center in Taiwan, were in search of a gimmick to attract customers.

     
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    Energy Savings

    Three lighting retrofits provide substantial paybacks.

     
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    East Meets West

    Much is at stake in the fast-paced world of high fashion as design houses compete for brand recognition and customer loyalty.

     
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    Alessi Flagship Store

    Alessi's flagship store in New York City's SoHo has settled into its new home with great ease—as if it has always existed at its Greene Street location

     
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    Chanel Ginza, Tokyo

    The idea for Chanel's ritziest location in Tokyo was by no means simple. The façade would at once serve as communications media, daylighting source, and fashion icon—plus it would need to allow views between interior and exterior at all times. The design team, led by Peter Marino + Associates...

     
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    Alessi Store, New York

    When designing Alessi's $1.4 million dollar, 980-square-foot store in New York's SoHo neighborhood, architect Hani Rashid and his firm Asymptote faced not only the constraints of a cramped asymmetrical site, but the daunting task of creating an entirely new image for the Italian housewares...

     
  • Challenge The opening of Lafayette Maison, a store dedicated to home decor, signaled a significant turn for the famed Parisian retailer Galleries Lafayettes, which had not previously sold housewares. Located on the Boulevard Haussman directly across from the original flagship building, dating back...

     
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    Commendable Achievement, Retail - Carlos Miele

    The lighting in the Carlos Miele store in New York's Meatpacking District magically illuminates both the high-end dresses and the hip organic interior by New York-based architecture firm Asymptote.

     
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    All Dressed Up

    A high-end shopping center in Seoul, South Korea, attracts customers with a flashy lighting scheme on the outside featuring LEDs and a user-friendly control system.

     
 
 
 
 

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