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Looking for a retail store designer in New York? A few things you need to know

Dec 17th 2015 at 9:58 PM

Retail store design in New York is both an art and a science. In this ultra-competitive city, you need to consider a combination of core business factors:

· Design presentation – Top quality presentation is essential, particularly upmarket, for attracting the clientele you want and getting attention.

· Space management – Retail space is expensive. Every part of the design has to be functional, delivering dollar values. Good retail store design creates space.

· Purpose built design – The critical issue for retailers is getting a design which suits the needs of the business, and is ultra-functional at both customer and the back end of your operation, managing your stock, storage, admin, and other needs seamlessly.

The good news for retailers in New York is that you have one of the world’s top retail design firms practically next door. It’s a company called Sergio Mannino Studio, and it’s a virtual benchmark for the very best in modern retail design.

Put it this way – They’re the default go-to retail design firm for high-end store design in New York. They have designed stores for people like Prada, Miu Miu, Lexus, Vince Camuto, Jessica Simpson and many others across a very broad bandwidth of different types of retail businesses.

It’s fair to say that they are the market leaders in store design in New York, both in terms of credentials and design capabilities. If you check out their designs online, you will see a lot of very practical operational design features built into what are basically high end retail store design configurations.

This is real modern store design, and it’s worth exploring this range of designs as an educational exercise, as well as a practical exercise in seeing the very best on the market. You’ll note that space is very well managed, presentation is excellent, and onsite functionality is also built in.

It’s like looking at a How To Manual for retail store designers. For more information, and what we are quite sure will be a really interesting perspective on your retail store design needs, visit their website here at

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