California Closets Featured in Design:Retail Magazine

California Closets Featured in Design:Retail Magazine

Joe Nevin, Senior Principal at Bergmeyer, was interviewed by Design:Retail Magazine for its October feature on California Closets’ Showroom 2.0. Joe shared the story behind the showroom’s design and how key design elements contribute to the elevated customer experience provided by the new showroom concept. Read the article below:
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Retail Design Trends: Bergmeyer in New York City with the Retail Design Collective!

Retail Design Trends: Bergmeyer in New York City with the Retail Design Collective!

This past December, a group of our designers attended the 2015 Retail Design Collective to check out the new must-see” retail shops and design trends. From impressive new flagships, to intimately hip boutiques, we spent the day exploring a breadth of new retail environments around NYC. Along the way, we noticed many retailers competing with the rise of online shopping by transforming their typical brick-and-mortar into experiences intangible on an e‑commerce site. We visited stores that are evolving the typical shopping experience by integrating trends we refer to as concept-to-consumer transparency, multi-functional spaces, and curated consumption. These new strategies are successfully generating brand awareness and in-store excitement by creating unique lifestyle experiences within retail environments.
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Where’s the Green?

Where’s the Green?

Dee Spiro, LEED AP BD+C and O+M, GGP, Associate and Director of Sustainability at Bergmeyer, contributed to Retail Environments Globalshop Products Preview issue with her thoughts on sustainability and optimizing energy efficiency in big box retailer stores. Read Dee’s analysis below:
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Forward Thinking: Mare Weiss Featured in Retail Environments Magazine

Forward Thinking: Mare Weiss Featured in Retail Environments Magazine

Mare Weiss, IIDA, LEED AP, Senior Associate and senior designer in Bergmeyer’s Retail Practice group, contributed to Retail Environments annual mash-up of reader ideas, Blue Sky Thinking”, with her thoughts on sustainability in the fast paced world of retail environments.
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Stories on An Unlikely Story

Stories on An Unlikely Story

With a vision to breathe new life into their adopted hometown of Plainville, Massachusetts, author Jeff Kinney – of the popular Wimpy Kid series – and his wife Julie purchased an abandoned commercial property. Big ambitions and a goal to connect people to their neighbors, their community, and the world through literature led the Kinney’s to revive and re-invent the model of the local bookstore. Just a few months after its opening, the building at 111 South Street, and its new bookstore An Unlikely Story, has gained much acclaim. From press coverage in The New York Times and The Boston Globe to televised features on NBC TODAY and CBS Sunday Morning, the response from the media and more importantly, the community, has been tremendous. It’s been a pleasure working with the Kinney’s on this groundbreaking project and watching its success and popularity grow.
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