As a staff design engineer I worked on many retail display systems for leading retailers in the UK and abroad.
A full range of custom retail furniture: wall display system for TVs, surround systems and audio components; freestanding display units for phones, cameras and small electronics; low pedestals for laundry products. Materials used: steel tube, folded sheet steel, laminated fire retardant MDF, Samsung propriety plastic resin cut and fabricated in joinery shop.
Adidas is one of the major worldwide brand clients for RTC. The design team engineered many display systems for flagship stores in London and European capitals.
I was involved in many of these display systems including: wall display for sports footwear, wall display for football shirts, many freestanding table and island units, steel wire football display bins and mirrors. Personally designed prefabricated changing rooms with lighting, mirrors, benches. They were designed as single or multiple configurations.
A challenging project was a standalone unit that enables customers to purchase a football shirt from a team of their choice, personalised with a photo and team number. After inputing data using a smart screen, the customer was presented with a printed ticket that the salesperson then collected for fulfillment a short time later when the Tshirt had been printed. The timber framework was encased with steel covers and contained complex computer and electronics to drive a ticket roll printing machine.
Adidas aims to offer products for nearly all sports including cricket. I designed a range of display units for cricket bats of different sizes and prices, gloves and pads.
Dockers (men’s casual wear)
Polar (fitness, GPS sports watches)
I designed a wide range of display fixtures for these clients.