The flatpack furniture company has opened a new order and collection store at Westfield shopping centre in Stratford City.
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BHS has been reinvented as online retailer The British Home Store, with a focus on lighting, home furnishings and kitchenware.
Tech giant Apple has unveiled the new interiors of its store on London’s Regent Street, which aim to create a more human feel through natural materials and open space.
The express café is based in London’s financial district Canary Wharf, and uses mobile ordering, touch screens and a small menu to enable customers to get their coffee and get to work quicker.
As the UK high street stalwart goes into administration, we look at its design history and ask retail experts if it could have been saved.
The Dyson Demo retail space opens this week on London’s Oxford Street, and aims to educate consumers about the scientific concepts behind products before they buy.
Fabled by Marie Claire is a new bricks and mortar retail concept, with interiors by Gpstudio and branding by The Clearing.
Costa Coffee House is based in Wandsworth and aims to provide a more “relaxing” atmosphere for customers.
Crossrail has released new images of the stations that will make up the Elizabeth Line – a new rail line across the capital that will open in 2018.
Google has recently opened its new London office, set to be the company’s largest in Europe – we take a tour around the interiors to find out what it is that makes Google’s working environment so unique.