Peaty’s Reusable Merchandising Units Peaty’s are manufacturers of premium bike accessories, cleaning equipment and clothing. Peaty’s co-founders approached Unibox with a brief to develop reconfigurable and reusable merchandising display units for events. The Unibox team were chosen by Peaty’s due to our aligned brand values, with a focus on making eco-friendly performance products. Our solution… Continue reading Peaty’s Reusable Merchandising Units
Illuminated displays and modular shelving create a striking showroom space for Hope Technology.
Modular graphic displays create a high-impact retail space for Henley Cycles and Cervélo.
Welcome to our Projects Gallery. Here you’ll find images, renders, technical drawings, and videos of projects that we have completed for clients working in retail, lighting and events & exhibitions. To learn more about a particular project or partnership, click through to the dedicated case study page or speak with a member of our team… Continue reading Projects Gallery
Harrods has officially opened the 4th of its dedicated beauty stores, this time in Bristol, and it’s nothing short of an experiential playground at every turn. A mainstay of British retail, Harrods is known for its iconic department store in the heart of London’s busiest shopping district. The Oxford Street flagship space has been filled… Continue reading Harrods Beauty Hall: A Masterpiece of Experiential Retail
Department stores play a hugely important role in global retail. They are often the anchor for entire shopping districts, drawing people onto high streets and into shopping centres in order to browse the wide range of products and in-store experiences on offer. They have been a defining feature of the retail sector for over a… Continue reading How is the Design of Department Store Displays Changing?
Within the world of retail design, context is the art of connecting a brand’s identity, physical presence and narrative into one cohesive entity and then matching that with current customer demands. When executed properly, ‘contextualised’ store design is an ultra-effective way in which retailers can create more targeted in-store experiences for their customers to ensure… Continue reading How Important is Context in Retail Design?
Nike vs. Adidas: A side-by-side comparison of two iconic New York stores Nike and Adidas are two of the biggest, most well-known brands on the planet. They both have an international presence, millions of devoted customers and some of the best, most celebrated retail design concepts around. As part of their arsenals of physical stores,… Continue reading Comparing the New Nike and Adidas Stores in New York
Flagships vs Pop-ups: What store format creates the best customer experience? There are two main types of store formats that are used by retailers all over the world – flagship stores and pop-up stores. This article will look into the defining features of both types and examine which one creates the best shopping experience for… Continue reading Flagships vs Pop Up: What Creates the Best Customer Experience?
Shop Layout and Retail Design Ideas There are four main shop layout designs and retail space design techniques that crop up time and time again. These systematic merchandising plans are commonly used by both large and small retailers working to maximise the effectiveness of their product displays, improve customer experience and generate sales. But, what… Continue reading Shop Layout Design and Retail Display Ideas