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Retail experiences celebrated at London ceremony

Various projects in POS and graphics have been recognised at the Creative Retail Awards

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The judges for the awards included leaders from Landsec, Save the High Street, and Hammerson

Taking place at Proud Embankment, London, the Creative Retail Awards have honoured a range of professionals in the worlds of marketing, retail, branding, and graphics.

The awards covered a range of sectors including categories for seasonal displays, point of sale (POS), graphics, signage, displays, and omni-channel experiences.

As always the event was a glittering showcase of different talents with attendees getting to enjoy entertainment acrobats, fire spinners, a live band, and a drag act.

Winners included projects and designs from the likes of Bloomingdales, IKEA, The Ivy Asia, with FLANNELS Liverpool Flagship winning the Store Design of the Year award.

Beauty product seller, Beauty Pie, won Best Graphics, Signage, and Wayfinding in collaboration with Backlash for its project Warehouse of Dreams.

Unibox and The Ivy Asia restaurants also won awards for Lighting Design, and Surfaces & Finishes thanks to the illuminated flooring involved in the project. 

Sponsors of the night included Antalis, Graphica Display, Save the High Street, and Awards organiser, the Shop and Display Association (SDEA).

Nathan Hicks, awards judge and commercial director at B_RD, says: “As usual this year’s Creative Retail Awards were on fire! What an amazing night honouring the very best in all things Creative Retail. It was a real celebration, showcasing the amazing talent we have in this industry.”

The theme and takeaways from the event was the sector's dedication to innovation and diversity which reaffirmed London’s status as a hub for retail design.

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