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High Street retail store front design visuals

Mark Tomkins
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The last few months have seen some exciting retail design work undertaken for our friends over at the High Street jewellery chain, F.Hinds.

As part of a nationwide shopfront redesign and point of sale experience we were asked to visualise the look and feel for the new shop fronts for the Bristol and Peterborough stores, along with a GIANT hoarding that will be used to protect the Trafford Centre store in Manchester whilst it is undergoing a complete refurbishment. The hoarding, measuring over 80 feet wide and 18 feet tall, shows a montage, created by the Aubergine design team, of the the second shop opened on the Edgware Road back in 1876, a concept of how the new store front will look and a unique historical timeline showing all of the F.Hinds stores and their opening dates since their foundation in 1856.

The hoarding will start to go up around the store within the next few days with a view to the fully refurbished Trafford Centre store opening early October.

Here’s a few images of the Trafford Centre hoarding design, along with the shop fronts from Bristol and Peterborough of how the stores look now they have had their refreshed design.

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