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Project Executive
Shawmut Design and Construction
AGE 36

Described as hard-working, smart, fearless and relentless, Casey brings a unique, analytical perspective to
his role as project executive for Shawmut Design and Construction. He started his career as a union laborer before pursuing a degree in civil engineering. With nearly 15 years of experience in the AEC industry, his
ability to see a project through design, construction and engineering lenses has allowed him to lead some
of Shawmut's most logistically challenging projects. Casey has partnered with design firms-such as Foster
and Partners, Peter Marino Architect, CallisonRTKL, Ennead Architects, Winick Architects and Gruen
Associates-to work with national clients like Apple, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, UNIQLO and
Primark. His list of notable projects includes: Apple Scottsdale Fashion Square, Yves Saint Laurent 57th
Street flagship in New York and the Louis Vuitton Michigan Avenue flagship in Chicago. He is 10-Hour
OSHA certified, a registered professional engineer and a USGBC LEED Accredited Professional. Casey digs
into the details, accepts challenges with ease and rallies the team to collaborate and devise a solution, plan
and schedule, ensuring that the end result is the best possible product.

Notable personality trait: Relentless.
Biggest fear: Any surface in a public bathroom.
My happy place: Waste-deep in a secluded river in Oregon.

Creative Director & Retail Design Consultant
Carlo Camillo Design Consultancy
AGE 34

Chiulli's design and visual
work is described as blending
feelings of desire, surprise and
satisfaction. His award-winning
projects drive brand awareness,
viewer engagement and revenue. His comprehensive design
background spans experiential
design, store design, visual merchandising, industrial design,
concept design and rapid prototyping through AR and 3-D printing. Chiulli has served in leadership roles
with MAC Cosmetics, Christian Louboutin Beauté and Christian Dior
Parfums. His noteworthy projects include: "The Light and Beauty" press
event for Lutron/Ketra lighting; Rothy's "Magnetic Visual Merchandising
Wall Perimeter Fixture Concepts;" Christian Louboutin Beauté Saks Fifth
Avenue shop-in-shop and the Met Gala's "Temple of Dendur" in 2012.
From prototype development, wholesale counter design, pop-up and new
market event design to graphic design, product tester displays and luxury
packaging, Chiulli is a performance-driven leader. He guides teams in
creating and enhancing brand visions with a sustainable mindset and
aesthetic skill directed toward brand integrity and recognition.
Most amazing place I've traveled: Khao Sok National Park, Thailand.
I'm inspired by: My sister and mother currently treating COVID-19
ER patients.
If I were an animal, I would be: The Vogelkop superb bird-of-paradise.

Senior Project Manager & Senior Associate
Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
AGE 35

Amazing. A leader. A retail animal.
That is how people describe D'Albora.
She is a highly valued senior associate
and well-respected project manager who is recognized as "one of
those rare individuals who mixes relentless curiosity and keen
intelligence with rigorous discipline." D'Albora is constantly thinking about ways that retail can be more relevant in today's world. This
is evidenced by her white paper, "Placemaking in Retail, From the
Perspective of a Dual-Income Family." Exploring what the modern
parent wants from their retail providers, her writings provide a
unique perspective of what draws the busy working family and the
opportunity for placemaking to add inherent value to retail settings.
In addition to writing about how to create engaging environments
and memorable customer experiences, she has spent more than
13 years successfully exceeding client expectations and delivering
innovative ideas that provide them with a competitive edge. She has
been involved with everything from site and store audits through design and construction implementation for clients, such as The Fresh
Market, Sprouts Farmers Market, Dick's Sporting Goods-Golf Galaxy,
Wells Fargo, The Home Depot and Starbucks. In addition, D'Albora
is a dedicated ACE Mentoring volunteer, working with high school
students interested in careers within the architectural, engineering
and construction industry.
What motivates me: The opportunity to learn something new.
Biggest fear: Heights, which is tricky when visiting a construction site.

Head of Retail Fixture Development
Samsung Electronics America
AGE 39

Cox is an innovation leader at Samsung
recognized for his creative intelligence,
collaborative leadership and design application. His unique and vast industry
experience was fostered in positions
at client-centric firms, such as FRCH
Design Worldwide (now FRCH
NELSON) and RYA Design Consultancy
(now CallisonRTKL), as well as with
in-house roles with Fossil Group and
now Samsung Electronics America.
He is a thought leader who aligns
branding and marketing strategies
to deliver new retail experiences that
engage consumers in authentic and
relevant ways. In addition to his work
with Samsung and Fossil, his design
talent has supported high-profile
projects with global leaders, such as
Bloomingdale's and Shinsegae. His
award-winning and notable project
accomplishments include: Bloomingdale's Dubai, the Fossil Outlet concept
and various Samsung retail environments. In addition to his passion for
the always new and ever-changing
retail world, Cox believes in engaging
with and supporting the community
through involvement with charitable
programs, such as the Dallas Resource
Center, Solve for Tomorrow, Samsung
Gives and Samsung Equality Alliance.
My happy place: Visiting my mental
vision board while meditating.
Pet peeve: When great designs are
poorly executed.
Latest obsession: Crafting my own
aromatic candles.


Director of Inspiration
Ace Designs
AGE 37

Downing believes in the Coco Chanel quote,
"In order to be irreplaceable, one must
always be different." As director of inspiration for Ace Designs, she is always trying to find ways to make the company stand
out. Her colleagues describe her as one of the most talented humans they have ever
worked with. She also is considered humble, organized and on top of her game.
Downing has a passion for visual merchandising and has honed her skills over
the last 15 years. Her resume includes positions with American Eagle Outfitters,
Christine Taylor Collection and JCPenney. She credits these experiences for helping
push for exciting, creative, and useful products and designs. In her current role, she
highlights the latest trends and materials through sales and marketing, working on
the marketing, product development and social presence of Ace Designs. She has
also been involved with tradeshow collaborations with Manex USA for
Market Week.
Proudest moment: Getting the email about this!
Currently binge-watching: "Gossip Girl."

Creative Director, Experiential
AGE 37

Edington approaches design with passion,
energy and a can-do attitude, and his colleagues recognize him as a visionary and
creative professional who truly gets brand
and retail. He is driven to be a dynamic leader
who challenges the norm to deliver a creative
spark. In his role as creative director, he is
a driving force behind the creative team at
the YourStudio London office. Innovation
and creativity are inherent in everything he
does, supporting the YourStudio mission of
creating pioneering brand experiences for global clients. This is exemplified in his
work with Nike, Facebook, Virgin Holidays, Virgin Atlantic, Ralph Lauren, Razer,
Westfield, PANDORA, Topshop and Galleries Lafayette. Edington is also committed
to nurturing talent through teaching and lecturing, as well as leading his team to
create transformative experiences that will genuinely connect brands to people.
Currently binge-watching: "Ozark."
Most amazing place I've traveled: Patagonia.
The best advice I ever received: Be honest and human.



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design:retail - May/June 2020
From the Editor
On Trend: Retail in the Pink
Spec Sheet: The Great Outdoors
Interactive Spaces: Razer
Pop-Ups: Backcountry
Plugged In: adidas
Perspectives: Everything I Learned from Being a Designer at Amazon
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - From the Editor
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Happenings
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - On Trend: Retail in the Pink
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Spec Sheet: The Great Outdoors
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Interactive Spaces: Razer
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Pop-Ups: Backcountry
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Plugged In: adidas
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - Perspectives: Everything I Learned from Being a Designer at Amazon
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design:retail - May/June 2020 - SPECIAL REPORT: POST-PANDEMIC RETAIL
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