Sabrina Hilfer, a specialty retail designer, talks about the integration of biometrics in the retailscape.
Erich Dohrer doesn’t want to talk about the “dead mall” or the great mall success story—he wants to talk about design solutions for the ones that a...
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Kevin Horn and Shirley Cheng explore how a new generation of travelers is disrupting airport retail.
Transitioning into a new hospital is no easy feat and daily tasks can have a huge impact.
Great design is born out of simplicity, purity, timelessness, unobtrusiveness and intuitiveness.
The growth in men’s retail worldwide is projected to outpace women’s retail by 2020.
The earliest American malls didn’t offer much in the way of natural light; the big selling points were plenty of free parking and air conditioning...
CallisonRTKL’s Pablo La Roche explains how outdoor thermal comfort could mitigate the effects of climate change.
Kirill Pivovarov discusses how museums and retail stores are influencing each other to create a better visitor experience. Special thanks to Paul C...
How retail’s focus on brand authenticity, heritage and education are transforming workplace design.
Thoughtful design, architecture, and planning can accelerate and even create an urban renaissance.
CallisonRTKL’s recent survey helps shed some light on how the hotel of the future might strike a balance between tech and the human touch.
Exploring potential innovations for the co-working industry.
Department stores are going through a period of transformation in the face of a rapidly changing retail market. What’s behind the change and where...
The digital and physical worlds are colliding. How will social media platforms influence the way we design spaces?
CRTKL’s Ray Brower talks design and technology trends and recaps his recent BisNow panel.
“In a city the street must be supreme. It is the first institution of the city. The street is a room by agreement, a community room, the walls of w...
As the demand for well-connected urban locales increases, so too has the cost of property and monthly rent; and as suburbs typically offer a bargai...
CallisonRTKL Vice President Kevin Horn pinpoints how travel retail is changing dramatically.
CRTKL’s Steve Stokes talks sustainability, comfort and community at Al Wakra and in mental health facilities.
CRTKL’s Maren Striker examines Europe’s desire to build upward.
As new technologies fuel the race to build higher, three primal drivers simultaneously enable progress and keep it in check.
CallisonRTKL's Bret Wiggins discusses how to design the retail environment in a way that taps into the shopper psyche.
Applications like Bluetooth-driven Beacon systems and cellular Wi-Fi systems can now be used to help people navigate space in a more profound way,...
Innovation and sustainability drive an increasingly global design culture in Dubai.
As healthcare costs continue to increase, operators are exploring new delivery models and social platforms to personalize the provision of healthca...
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What do Tesla, Airbnb and Amazon have in common? They’re all shifting the paradigm for quality of life and the built environment, as CallisonRTKL s...
Xylem in Jakarta, Indonesia. Rendering courtesy CallisonRTKL. Click here to enlarge.
CallisonRTKL’s sustainable design expert Pablo La Roche shares Xylem, the latest innovation on creating thermal comfort.
A 100-hectare contemporary waterfront site in Belgrade, Serbia. Rendering courtesy CallisonRTKL.
What makes large-scale urban regeneration projects successful? CallisonRTKL's Edgar Kiviet explores how cities, particularly those in Eastern Europ...
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CallisonRTKL’s Kirill Pivovarov explores how densification can lead to increased productivity and innovation in the workplace.