EuroShop RetailDesign Award
Since 2008, the EuroShop RetailDesign Award has been conferred annually on the three best store concepts worldwide. In 2022 the award got a new look: Starting immediately, applicants have the chance to be honoured in one of the following five categories: Food, Fashion & Lifestyle, Digital, Hospitality and Sustainability. There is one winner per category.
The perfect mix of shop architecture, colours, materials, lighting and visual merchandising, enabling the range’s message and the target group to be clearly identified, continues to be crucial to the jury’s decision.
This year’s five winners emerged from a field of 103 competitors from 31 countries and will receive their awards on the first day of the world’s largest trade show, EuroShop, in Dusseldorf.
The winners excelled with forward-looking sustainability ideas, exciting design productions and technologically and conceptually innovative retail projects. These are the winners:
Award winners 2023
Award Winners 2023
The fife winners of the EuroShop RetailDesign Award 2023 have receive their awards during the EuroShop 2023.
The host of our award ceremony on 26 February 2023 was our partner D’art Design in Neuss.
In 2023 EHI Retail Institute and Messe Düsseldorf are going to honour the fife most convincing store designs of the world during the EuroShop .
For the EuroShop RetailDesign Award 2023, 103 proposals from 31 countries were submitted, 42 nominees reached the final round.
EuroShop RetailDesign Award China
The Chinese retail industry has its very own characteristics, patterns and strengths in store design. This is why Messe Düsseldorf Shanghai launched the ERDA China last year, which is tailored precisely to the needs of Chinese retail and is awarded by a purely Chinese jury of experts.
For this category, retail concepts can be submitted that offer all types of food (including animal food) for sale.
Fashion & Lifestyle
For this category, retail concepts can be submitted that offer all types of goods for sale with the exception of food (clothing, building and DIY products, cosmetics, furniture, pharmacies, chemist’s shops, consumer electronics, sports equipment, bicycles, etc.).
For this category, retail concepts from all sectors can be submitted if they take advantage of the opportunities of digitalisation to offer their customers the best possible shopping experience in store.
For this category, concepts can be submitted that offer extensive gastronomy services (drinks and ready-prepared meals).
For this category, retail concepts can be submitted that implement sustainable aspects in the context of store planning and furnishings to a particularly extensive degree (e.g. through environmentally friendly furnishings, the sustainable use of resources, regional production, the re-use of shop fittings).