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Monday21 April 2014

Retail

View from the roof terrace, the height of which is determined by St Paul’s.

One New Change, London, by Jean Nouvel

05 November 2010

While the form of Jean Nouvel’s One New Change is designed to respect views of St Paul’s Cathedral, the mixed-use scheme has an exotic geometry that contrasts with its ’polite’ neighbours

The back-lit acrylic ceiling unites the food hall space.

Dramatic overheads at Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ refit of La Rinascente, Milan

BD Magazine - Retail - May 08

The dramatic honeycomb ceiling for top Milan retailer Vittorio Radice inspires a sweet response. Photographs by Chris Gascoigne

The Fletcher Gate elevation flexes in response to the medieval street line.

Benson Forsyth’s Nottingham Pod demonstrates a sense of the city

18 January 2008

Benson & Forsyth has produced a hotel and retail development in central Nottingham shaped in response to its city setting, reports Ellis Woodman

Flavour’s first café opened on a prime site in Brewer Street, central London.

Dirty macs to organic snacks

BD Magazine - Retail - April 2007

Wilkinson King Architects finds the perfect recipe for a sandwich bar at the Flavour café in London’s SohoPhotographs: Morley von Sternberg

Pedestrians stroll between Panter Hudspith’s Debenhams, left, and a mixed-use pavilion.

The Princess and the maze

BD Magazine - Retail - April 2007

Developer Land Securities appointed Chapman Taylor, Panter Hudspith and Wilkinson Eyre to update a historic template at its Princesshay shopping centre in Exeter

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