The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams this past Sunday in a knock-down, drag-out, snail of a Super Bowl. Say what you will about the entertainment quality of Super Bowl LIII, half-time performance and all, but the shots of Atlanta’s world-class Mercedes-Benz stadium got us excited thinking about stadium design and the fan experience!
Sometimes the biggest hurdle for retail sales is getting customers through the door. In a clever yet simple move, six shops widened its doors and increased sales resulted.
Dixon, an East Coast property redevelopment company, has been acquiring and renovating New York area luxury properties since 2011. While Dixon uses a number of luxe enhancements to create what it calls the “Dixon Difference” — the company’s proven property revitalization strategy, it is their utilization of NanaWall opening glass walls that has become one of their most impactful components.
Opening up a retail location can be tricky. These days it’s so easy to make purchases online that going the extra mile is an almost essential part of opening up a successful brick and mortar location.
T-Mobile cleverly made the decision to install an HSW60 sliding glass wall as the entrance to its Santa Monica store.
The BoothBay Harbor Country Club, originally built in 1921, underwent a complete redesign in 2013. The result of the redesign is a world-class facility replete with a 5-star restaurant, grill and sports bar, proshop, stunning clubhouse, and luxury locker room, alongside its 18-hole golf course.