Through the connectivity of different cultures, technologies and living environments, the retail sector is increasingly varied and experimental. At the same time, the uncertainties of the last two years have shown that free international trade between nations and continents is a fragile asset. Retail chains have been severed and the availability of energy and raw materials is limited. Creative stopgaps, as well as analogue and digital elements that appeal to all our senses, give new impulses for urban retailing. On the way to a retail metaverse,
.Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect and industrial designer. After work with Sir Norman Foster in London and in Berlin, he completed his doctorate at the Bauhaus University Weimar on the subject of Corporate Architecture. He teaches the Construction and Space module at HAWK Hildesheim and is a jury member in architecture and design competitions.Search inside on ISSUU.com
What’s next? The question of whether future retail design will be analogue, digital or hybrid has long since been answered. Especially the mature inner cities are facing enormous innovation pressure. Smart alliances are being formed and daring retail concepts are being tried out that add value in the urban space. The new yearbook shows solutions that accompany us worldwide into the "new normal".Dr. Jons Messedat studied architecture and industrial design in Aachen, Stuttgart and London. He has been teaching the building and space module at the HAWK in Hildesheim with a focus on corporate interior. In 2018, he was appointed onto the jury of the state prize for architecture by the chamber of architects for the federal state of Lower Saxony.Search inside on ISSUU.com
The processes of change throughout the retail sector have rapidly gained dynamism through the COVID-19 pandemic. In an unprecedented situation, social distancing has fuelled the integration of digital shopping functions and at the same time the yearning for real places of encounter. "Retail Design International" addresses these shifts and presents over 40 brave concepts that drive the retail shift forwards.The editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise in the building of corporate identity is in demand among global companies, as a jury member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Hybrid systems not only revolutionise our mobility but also provide a fresh breath of air in retailing with the layering of various functions. Large-format building structures such as department stores and shopping centres are revitalised in line with climate optimisation and supplemented with small-scale mixed uses. Shared spaces for young start-ups and established brands offer greater variety and the opportunity to liven up too extensive spaces with new experiences and inspirations. Retail sharing has developed into an effective recipe against decreasing frequenting.
The fifth edition of “Retail Design International” pursues the phenomenon of hybrid spaces between new work, leisure and retail worlds. It presents collaborative concepts from the European, Asian and Pacific regions that reveal opportunities for the transformation from a point of sale to a point of experience.
The editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, industrial designer and author. His expertise regarding the built identity of companies and brands – from design to management and realisation – is in demand among global companies, as a jury member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Just a few years ago customers at the point of sale would have been turned away politely but firmly if they had brought their coffee to go or even something edible with them. Now the situation has completely changed: a variety of forms of gastronomy have established themselves as communicative gathering places and enjoyable anchor points in retail design.
From the gourmet restaurant in the supermarket to the cooking school in the shopping centre, or the food experience with a bar and hotel in the metropolis: Retail Design International with a focus on retail & food provides a first overview of worldwide ideas and projects at the interface of retail and food worlds. Around 60 worldwide projects invite one to embark on architectural, scenographical and culinary excursions that literally spur an "appetite" to find out more about brands, products and spaces, as well as the interdisciplinary "makers" behind them.
Editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise in the field of built corporate identity is in demand from global operations, as a panel member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.This book is no longer available.
The increasing trend towards digitisation seems to be spurring on bricks-and-mortar retailers. Hybrid spaces communicate with the customers as a matter of course on all levels: online, offline and on-site. Beyond conventional retail formats, this has spawned surprising concepts which combine aspects from different areas of life with each other. Clever hospitality offerings, curated showrooms as well as flexible co-working and event spaces complement established retail locations. At the same time, many malls and shopping centres have seen better days and have been completely refurbished.The new standard work about the sector presents the most recent developments in worldwide retail design with articles from experts working in interdisciplinary teams and innovative reference projects.Editor Dr. Jons Messedat is architect, designer and author. His expertise in the field of built Corporate Identity is in demand from global operations, as panel member in architecture and design competitions as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Present-day retail worlds must keep up with digitisation through
online retailing, augmented or virtual reality. However, human components and analog-real spaces have never quite lost their appeal. This new standard work about the retail sector shows what new retail formats and new forms of spatial expression can be created to appeal to all the senses.
It provides a current overview of innovations in multi-channel and omni-channel commerce, from pioneering in-store technology to new products. Around 50 current best-practice examples, from temporary pop-up stores to avant-garde brand worlds and hybrid retail centers offer an inspiring cross section from around the world.
Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise
regarding architectural corporate identity is in demand at companies, conferences and universities in Germany. Switzerland and the USA.
Current challenges in retail design, such as the increasing digitisation and the merging of online and offline platforms, have led to altogether new forms of retail and of their spatial expression. This is what this new yearbook takes a look at. It provides a current overview of innovations in multi-channel commerce, from pioneering in-store technology to new products, materials and lighting solutions at the point of sale. More than 50 current examples of best practice, from temporary pop-up stores and avant-garde brand worlds to hybrid retail centers, present an inspiring international cross section.Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise with regard to architectural corporate identity is in demand at companies, conferences and universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.