Experiential design is migrating at a rapid pace from static, carefully controlled communications to highly digitized and layered environments. From strategic branding and identity, to signage and wayfinding, RTKL employs a range of leading services to orchestrate experience-rich, exciting and easily navigable places that express our clients’ brands and strengthen their relationships with their customers.
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The 2008 Great Recession did not do great things for our cities’ streetscapes. Vacant storefronts, the bane of pedestrian experience, became more and more evident. Leases were not renewed; retailers suffered; restaurants closed. The dreaded “dark” storefronts multiplied.
NEW YORK—November 23, 2009—Throughout its history, the International Council of Shopping Centers, Inc. (ICSC) has recognized and honoured the shopping center industry’s most cutting-edge properties, innovative solutions and creative responses to market trends, as well as outstanding examples of design and development throughout the world through its Global Awards programs. As part of the shopping […]
World-class retail venue among first designed to LEED® Gold standards in Middle East DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES—March 16. 2010—Mirdif City Centre, a 230,000-square-meter (2.5 million-square-foot), premier shopping destination designed to reflect Dubai’s position as an international city, officially opens its doors to the public today (Tuesday, March 16, 2010). Designed by RTKL and developed by […]
Why Britain needs to learn from the mistakes of its past
Recognised for their expertise in urban revitilization and creating destination centers that promote social connections, RTKL Directors Mahmood Faruqi and Matthew Tribe will present insights into the most pressing challenges affecting our cities during the four-day conference. WHO: Mahmood Faruqi, LEED AP, Director Mahmood Faruqi leads the planning and urban design studio in RTKL’s London […]
RTKL begins work on this year’s Living Building Challenge.