We are living in a time where customers are heavily influencing and shaping brands and the retail offer. There has been a huge shift in retail shopping habits and technology development, and in turn customers are demanding authentic experiences, convenience, consistency and quality.
Glue, a brand synonymous with youth culture receives a shopfront makeover. We worked with Glue to refine an existing store concept, providing sophisticated detailing, midfloor shoe display systems, improved internal flow, and transparency with the shopfront.
JD Sports hits the ground running with first Australian store. Studio Ginger are currently assisting JD Sports to translate their retail concept in the Australian market with their first store opening at the end of April at GPTs Melbourne Central, VIC.
Ra-men bars and restaurants have been popping up across Melbourne at a rapid pace for the last few years. Tokyo Tonkotsu commissioned Studio Ginger to assist with positioning their food brand in Australia's sophisticated food marketplace.
Far from the bland and boxy, Studio Ginger has created a detached haven from the bustle of the megaplex with this Wittner shoe store in Melbourne. Their work here is exceptional: it’s helping Wittner to establish a new retail identity, and it typifies retail design’s evolving role at the leading edge of brand market
We were thrilled to be involved with re-positioning the Jay Jays brand, synonymous for fast fashion at easy on the pocket prices. This new store concept was launched in the brand's heartland, Fountaingate shopping centre...
We had a lot of fun working with Proprietors, Head Roasters, Connoisseurs, and Brothers Joel and Marlon. As you can well imagine these boys are passionate about coffee and are extremely proud of the store’s 40 year heritage on Carlisle Street, Balaclava.