The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors

The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors
Nov 08, 2012
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The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_01 RetailPractice_01 Technologies are tested out at the Oblong Industries Headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

Photography Irwin Miller
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_02 RetailPractice_02 Technologies are tested out at the Oblong Industries Headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

Photography Irwin Miller
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_03 RetailPractice_03 The San Francisco Tourism office was designed to provide visitors with an experience that gives them a deeper connection to, understanding of, and immersion in San Francisco. To accomplish this, Gensler incorporated interactivity and digital signage for a more engaging experience that people can recommend to other travelers.

Photography Michael Townsend
 
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_04 RetailPractice_04 At the Aetrex flagship store in New York, the consumer can access the brand’s iStep software on a touch-screen to customize footwear.

Photography Chris Leonard
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_05 RetailPractice_05 A conceptual rendering of a Gensler-designed department store proposes interactive changing room screens, iPad ordering, and an integrated omni-channel infrastructure.

Rendering courtesy of Gensler
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_06 RetailPractice_06 Digital walls in the Patina showroom allow the customer to change the tile design and backdrops to better envision their selections.

Photography Bruce Damonte
 
The Future in Technology and Experiential Interiors_07 RetailPractice_07 Irwin Miller is a design principal in Gensler’s Los Angeles office and co-leads the firm’s global retail practice. Focused on brand integration and user experience in retail environments, Irwin is forever motivated by his own daily encounters with design.