The 5 retail trends for 2023
How will retail design work in 2023? That is the question that a large part of the sector, just a few weeks before the end of 2022, is asking itself.After the paradigm shift with Covid-19, accelerating and modifying consumer buying habits, as well as consumption itself and the values pursued by the customer, 2023 will involve taking on new realities. Therefore, at CAAD we want to anticipate the retail trends of 2023, with a special focus on business design and the challenges that the industry faces in order to transform itself once again.
Sustainability and its importance in retail
It is no secret that sustainability is already one of the top priorities for retail and brands.The weight it has acquired in consumers' purchasing decisions is overwhelming, and more importantly, it will grow exponentially in the future. As consumers demand greater commitment from brands, retailers need to rethink the entire value chain and adopt initiatives to deliver on these sustainability goals.
Past, present and future of hospital design
Hospital design plays a critical role in providing high-quality, cost-effective facilities for any healthcare system. That’s why it is so important to understand how hospitals are designed and the influence of architecture on people's health.
Green retail: the alternative for a more respectful design with the environment
In recent years we have seen several phenomena emerge strongly. On the one hand, the negative, the consequences of climate change continue to increase. International initiatives such as the Paris Agreement or the Sustainable Development Goals intend to put a stop to it before 2030, but everything remains to be seen.
Circular Retail Design: the circular economy reaches interior design in commercial spaces
Everything, absolutely everything in our day-to-day lives has a social and environmental impact: from the clothes we wear to the midday meal or the training session in the afternoon. The only way to continue living life as we know it today is through sustainability. For this reason, more and more companies and businesses have zero emissions objectives and are committed to incorporating circular retail design in the interior design of their commercial establishments.