Winners of the EuroShop RetailDesign Awards 2015

The EuroShop RetailDesign Award ceremony took place in Shanghai for the first time this year. Over 70 projects from more than 20 countries were submitted this year at Shanghai's Trade Fair for Solutions and Trends all about Retail.

The prizes for the

most convincing store concepts worldwide were awarded to:

Hershey's Chocolate World 

© Messe Düsseldorf GmbH © Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Las Vegas, USA
2,008 m² 
Designed by JGA

Besides New York buildings in chocolate, interactive elements turn the brand products into something customers can experience, e.g. “Flavour walls” and confectionery stands give customers the opportunity to personalise their favourite products.  

Jablka Adama (Adam's Apples) 

polish 1 © Messe Düsseldorf GmbH Poznań, Poland 60 m² Designed by Modelina Architekci

The interior of the store is reminiscent of a fruit market in playful reference to the brand's trademark. For example, to present the products the company uses a wooden sales stall on wheels. Echoing this, the side walls are decorated with brown paper bags. 

Replay The Stage

replay1 © Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Milan, Italy  1,500 m²
Designed by Roman and Williams Interior

Resembling a theatre set, the store boasts stage equipment, polished concrete flooring, spotlights against black ceilings and power cables. Diverse backdrops create a raw but bustling interior. For example, a modest house from the US Midwest and a tailor’s shop from 1928 Manhattan, where customers can have jeans made to measure. 

For the EuroShop RetailDesign Award an international team of experts made up of representatives of leading press publications and retail associations nominates the best stores with the most successful store concepts. From the multitude of candidates the jurors then select the three best stores. Criteria are an inspiring design, a clear message in terms of product range, an unambiguous appeal to a specific target group, and a very good corporate design. There is no categorisation by sectors or selling space.


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