Experiential Retail Design

The term is heard a lot in retail - but what does it actually mean, and how can retailers provide the experience shoppers are coming to expect.

Experiential Interior Design (EID) is the practice of employing experiential values in interior experience design. EID is a new design approach to interior architecture based on modern environmental psychology emphasizing human experiential needs. - Wikipedia

Why are retailers investing and paying so much attention to experiential retail design?

Retail Design Blog

Our Retail Design Blog began as an internal source of inspiration, with the latest ideas, trends, and innovations in the retail industry. We've collated the projects we found most useful for our own retail designs and visual merchandising projects, with a range of applications that can come out of the ideas seen below: lighting design, modular structures, bespoke displays and much more.

Production Operatives

Initially, we're offering fixed term contracts running from September - December 2017, and there is potential for these positions to become permanent.

Day time and Night time shifts are available.

  • Day = 7.30am – 4.30pm (Mon-Thurs), 7.30am – 1.15pm (Friday)
  • Night = 7pm - 7am (Mon-Thurs)

There is also a lot of overtime available.

At Unibox we have a really friendly international team and full training will be provided.

How do different store environments affect customer behaviour?

The digital world has heavily changed the way people shop, both in store and online. Customers now expect more from a single shopping experience. They expect to be engaged by a store environment and the products on display.

Also, easy accessibility to the internet through mobile devices allows shoppers to look for more information about brands and products, which often results in cross referencing with other retailers and manufacturers whilst in store.

Unibox to exhibit at darc room

Unibox have been advocates of LED Lighting, and the advanced application of lighting, into display structures for the last decade. We’ll be showcasing our passionate and creative approach to lighting at darc room, alongside some of the architectural lighting industry’s leading names.

Darc room will bring together the world’s best lighting designers and manufacturers, curating an ‘art-exhibition-style’ event that allows visitors to see the specific application of the lighting products on display.

Shop Lighting Solutions

Shop lighting solutions - Why LED Lighting?

By now, the majority of retailers have adopted LED lighting within their stores, and are well versed in the energy efficiency and cost savings they offer.

However, in our experience, not many clients are fully utilising the customisation benefits that LED Lighting offers, from controlling light output to colour temperature.