Category: Retail Design Management

Retail Week’s Store of the Week – Godiva, Meadowhall

Retail Week’s John Ryan has chosen Godiva at Meadowhall as their Store of the Week which is great news as Rawls look after all the retail fit outs at the centre. The store features a large scale, digital screen at higher level on the shopfront which posed some technical and fire containment challenges. The intention behind […]

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Eclectic new dining quarter

The Greys Quarter is Newcastle’s new destination F&B offer, an extension of Eldon Square that brings 20 contemporary casual dining experiences to this single central location with an internal street environment. From the exotic to the robust traditional, there is something to suit everyone’s taste. Rawls were appointed by intu as Retail Design Managers to […]

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New airport retail experience

Rawls continue to manage ongoing design delivery of new retail and dining destinations within the £100m development of London Luton Airport. Brand designers have been encouraged to deliver bespoke or prototype elements to surprise and enliven passenger journeys through the terminal. Latest openings include Hugo Boss, Ted Baker and 
Rituals alongside airport firsts such as […]

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The Tap-In, Elephant Park

The Tap-In is the latest project Rawls have Design Managed at Elephant Park, London on behalf of Lendlease. An esoteric football bar (thinking man’s footie) and bottle shop serving craft beers and Cuban food by Peckham Levels favourite Jama Havana. The concept is from Six Yard Box who ran Hop Art at the pop-up site […]

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Beza Ethiopian, Elephant Park

This low budget but creative fit-out at Elephant Park, Central London is the first big step to a standalone restaurant for Beza, originally a Camden Market trader then busy Artworks pop-up tenant. Rawls were Retail Design Managers for Lendlease working closely with IDL Architects, Author Design and Flex Interiors. The scope was a full rebranding, […]

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