Every project is different – the scope, the space, the people, the product. But, the outcome with Creative Displays, we hope is the same – eye-catching spaces that really push the boundaries in clever brand display, as well as tick the boxes on budget and delivery.
Take a look at these key projects…
Tiny Home Case Study
Creative Displays are more than just your average retail display providers. Inventors at heart, they can take on any challenge including outfitting your home with design solutions that are efficient and beautiful. When Rob came to them with his tiny home project the challenge was to create a functional and comfortable space for him and his two young boys. This meant creating as much storage as possible, sleeping arrangements for all three, and a kitchen-to-dining-room solution that could fit into the smaller space without feeling cramped. In Rob’s words the goal was to “maximise storage, but minimise footprint as much as possible.”
Milani Cosmetics Display Stands
When leading US brand Milani Cosmetics began their transition from an online presence in New Zealand to a physical presence in thirty Farmers stores, Farmers recommended Creative Displays. The transition called for a mixture of pre-existing elements and new designs that presented their own challenges in the creation of the stand alone floor units. The displays also needed to meet Milani’s requirements alongside those of Farmers, including a fixed deadline for arrival in stores.
Creative & Brave Shop Fit Out
Gene Kuhtze of Actovate shop fitters led the renovation of four Auckland retail stores for Creative & Brave. To attain high-quality, bespoke product displays for the stores, Gene approached Creative Displays. The architectural designs outlined a handful of different pieces including glass display cabinets and tables, sales counters, pin boards, and slatwall to display a range of artisanal designs and jewellery.
Weta Workshop Unleashed Display
When Weta Workshop’s Ian Phillips was looking to open their new Weta Workshop Unleashed experience in Auckland, they were on the lookout for a multi-functional, and ideally unique retail store display. Known for their creativity, the priority was to find distinctive retail displays for the merchandising store at their newest Skycity precinct location. Having found Creative Displays via their web pages online, the Weta Workshop team was specifically interested because of the company’s bespoke work and obvious will to deliver focused customer solutions.