A look back at some of our retail design work in 2014

22nd December 2014

We’ve had a busy year here at Barber Design, working with global fashion brands, food and drink specialists and getting involved with significant travel retail projects on an international scale. We also celebrated our 15th year in business.

Here are some of our more recent retail design work highlights – click on the links to find out more about each project:

Simply Be and Jacamo

Retail concept, planning and fit-out of a flagship store on Oxford Street, London, which launched in October 2014. The scheme will be rolled out across the UK over the next twelve months.

simply be

Sweet as a Button

Brand creation and retail concept and design for a sweet shop ‘like no other’ appealing to young and old alike. The project was selected as a finalist in this year’s UK Retail Week Interiors Awards in November.

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Simmons Bakery

Brand and retail design for a chain of 47 UK bakeries. We created an inviting and friendly customer experience, reflecting the client’s passion for food and hospitality. Sales increased dramatically upon re-launch.

Simmons Bakery concept design

Hong Kong Cruise Plaza

Brand and retail design for the 1925 Club Champagne Bar in Hong Kong’s new cruise ship terminal. Part of a wider brief we completed, encompassing retail design for duty free and food & beverage areas covering 2045sq metres.

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It’s been a very exciting year and we hope you have enjoyed reading about our design projects on the blog. We’ve really been carving a niche for ourselves as travel retail design experts. We’ve already got a lot of interesting new projects lined up for next year and we’re also looking forward to getting out and about at some trade events – including the VM and Display Show and the Retail Design Expo. We hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a great new year – here’s to the next fifteen!

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