We design all sorts of shops and retail interiors: clothes, shoes, groceries, specialist and hobby shops, chemist’s, customer service points, pharmacies, bakeries, flower shops, showrooms, and boutiques – located in private premises, shopping arcades, tenement houses and shopping malls. We make sure that our solutions, apart from being aesthetic and functional, also drive sales. Our approach to shop layout and arrangement is business-oriented and psychological, and we rely on a range of state-of-the-art visual merchandising techniques. Customers nowadays ‘buy with their eyes’, and an appropriate atmosphere, analysis of in-store customer journeys, attractive product exposure and lighting that highlights product qualities all have a direct impact on making purchase choices. Visual merchandising in practice involves taking care of the product in the place of sale, which is why we arrange a series of meeting with the investor to build a detailed brand strategy. On this basis, we prepare a set of project assumptions, including sales area layout, arrangement of furniture, care about customer comfort, product display arrangement, height and aesthetics, designation of hot and cold areas, placing impulse products at the counter, adequate markings and consistent visual communication. Our interior designs take into account psychological aspects and create a friendly atmosphere to boost sales.