From PSFK's Reinventing Retail Through Experience-First Shopping report, here's how two leading brands are employing purposeful experiential retail by engaging customers at every touchpoint throughout the physical store
Functional furniture has multiple purposes for home or office use.
Marc Aurel's 'Station Diderot' project is a public transit shelter that makes life easier by providing lots of services in one place.
This simple, wooden furniture collection by Italian designer Simone Simonelli has dual functions for smaller homes.
Dang Jingwei's Home Core concept design fuses together a sink, toilet mirror and table into one sleek device.
University of the Arts in Philly students Jin Hong, Sebastian Brauer, Ji In Sun, and Jackie Starker have designed a series of "durable, watertight, and wind-resistant garments that are lightweight enough for everyday wear yet easily convertible into tents or sleeping bags that can brave the elements."
This space is 303 Grand, a "revolving storefront" operated by digital marketing agency Street Attack. Their mission is to offer people, brands, artists and organizations the chance to create temporary and engaging retail environments on a limited budget or time commitment. Rates for the space can go as low as $300 USD, and it can be rented for one day to three months.