Corporate Cannabis retailer Fire & Flower has unveiled its retail cannabis store designs for shops that will begin to launch now that Canada has just legalized recreational marijuana.
After doing much market research, the company is aiming for retail spaces that make all people of legal age to feel comfortable and to maintain privacy is so desired.
The customer experience at Fire & Flower, according to Cision, will focus both on education and knowledge of cannabis and cannabis-related products through highly-trained cannabis specialists at each location.
Fire & Flower responsible retailing will include prohibiting consumption from minors, promoting road safety and offering stringently tested, first-class strains.
The interior design concept was created by internationally renowned interior designer, Johnson Chou. Johnson worked with Fire & Flower’s retail experience team and Edmonton-based international architecture and engineering firm, Stantec, who will implement the concept in markets across Canada. The stores will be built by Fire & Flower’s construction partner, Clark Builders.