Dalziel and Pow has designed Laura Ashley’s flagship Regent Street store in London, which is due to reopen on 30 March. The consultancy has worked in conjunction with the retailer’s in-house design team and Northwest Design Associates to create new signage, lighting and a revised staircase treatment. Stronger visual merchandising techniques such as large scale framed graphics, separate window displays and more striking in-store presentation have been developed on the ground level, while larger, yet fewer, gondolas have been employed to create more space.
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The 36-year-old cultural event has a new, reversible campaign identity for this year, which features comic strips that tell different tales depending on which way they are read.
The new events space by Mary Duggan Architects can be adapted with translucent curtains that sweep across the room to mark out different areas.