Arnotts Department Store

a connected customer experience case study

Location

Dublin, Ireland

Project type

Art & PublishingBranding & IdentityDesigned & Built

Services
  • Consultation
  • Architecture
  • Wayfinding
  • interior Design
  • 3D Visualisation
  • Costing
  • Installation Design
  • Identity
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Brand Guidelines
  • Packaging
  • Stationary
  • Feasibility
  • Print Design

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.

Sanderson’s work with Arnotts, Dublin’s oldest and largest department store dating back to 1843, exemplifies its approach to cohesive design. Engaged to deliver a brand and design refresh in 2010, Sanderson provided strategic input into all areas of Arnott’s creative output, supplying elements for every department within the store. Extending beyond traditional interior design, to include identity and branding, signage and way-finding, and advertising and marketing, Sanderson’s work resulted in a consistent, refreshed brand adding significant value prior to Arnott’s acquisition by the Selfridges Group.