After 4 editions, ROAD has chosen Italy as its next stop, and will be at 5 Corso Como in Milan during design week: 14th-19th April 2015.
On the 16th of April, ROAD will host a panel discussion over breakfast, exploring the increasingly unusual, often complex and extraordinarily rich overlaps between art, design and display for a new generation of creative retail visionaries. Moderated by Katie Baron, our expert panel of visual directors, artists and leading retail designers will discuss the new language of visual brand culture for a tech savvy, artistically-hungry community.
ALU’s journey at the first edition of the Retail Design Expo has just ended, and together with visitors from the UK who came by to visit the fair, an international audience confirmed that London is the capital for the European retail design business.
Choosing to highlight their adaptability and knack for customization, ALU’s booth hosted a concentration of their products and systems, showcasing the standard versions as well as some customized finishes.
Keeping with the our efforts to collaborate with inspiring artists, ALU kicks off its latest showroom setup with an exciting new collaboration in NYC that brings life to the space.
Dangerdust, a dynamic chalk duo pays tribute with their beautiful illustration and quotes of famous writers, celebrities and unique connoisseurs throughout the ages – displayed in a gallery-like setting, a tunnel created by Slash.
Rent The Runway officially opens their newest store in Washington DC. This is their second freestanding location, the first which can be found in the heart of NYC.
The DC store feature’s ALU’s standard SLASH.
Throughout the holiday season, this iconic national retail bank rolled out their holiday campaign implemented in select flagship stores across the US. ALU’s team was challenged by the bank to create a custom and contemporary spin on the holidays. The displays ALU’s design team came up with consisted of large, open, floor standing display cases, each filled with sheets of clear acrylic with two dimensional graphics applied to them, which layered together to create a three dimensional effect. These objects featured stylized emblems of the holidays from Christmas trees and snowmen to gift wrap inspired panels – all set in holiday colors.