IKEA may be famous for their meatballs, but they’ve been working on a food point of view that goes beyond what they serve to hungry shoppers (and bickering families) in store.
By now we’re used to the idea that ‘one day’ our fridges might be so clever they’ll stock themselves, communicating directly with supermarkets behind the scenes so we never have to make a run for Tesco Express in our pyjama bottoms again.
This weekend saw a new high point added to the cultural landscape of London: the opening of the Tate Modern’s Switch House extension, designed by Herzog & deMeuron.
We became aware of BMW Next100 whilst waiting for a train to a client meeting at Waterloo station. The now de-rigueur virtual reality experience was framed with a shiny futuristic podium and staff eager to get an Oculus headset over our ears.
This month, lunchtime favourite Pret a Manger are inviting diners to try their range of vegan and vegetarian options at their newly opened ‘Veggie Pret’ restaurant in Soho.
We have collaborated with our client Thomson Holidays in creating two new restaurant concepts aboard their soon to be launched Discovery liner.
Mariann Wenckheim features in the latest edition of Retail Focus magazine where she outlines the importance of personalisation to the customer experience, arguing that it is much more than a passing trend.
Those looking to create a more connected home need look no further than John Lewis’ new 1,000 sq ft Smart Home department, which opened this week in their Oxford Street flagship.