Chapter Profile


The Boston Chapter of the Retail Design Institute includes area professionals dedicated to designing and building retail environments.  Members include retailers, architects, interior designers, contractors, educators and suppliers to the industry.  We hold six to eight events each year that provide educational information and stress-free networking at a variety of greater Boston locations.  We post the event dates and information as they are planned, so please visit the Boston Chapter events page often for the latest updates.





If you would like to be added to our event invitation list, please email us at: retaildesigninstitute.boston@gmail.com


Latest News

Tour of The Mall at Chestnut Hill
2012-10-31 19:32:18
The Boston chapter toured new stores at The Mall at Chestnut Hill on October 24th.  The Mall and the surrounding area is re-emerging as the premier shopping destination in ...
Boston Harbor Dinner Cruise
2012-08-05 20:44:57
The Boston chapter enjoyed the best of the summer season on a Boston Harbor dinner cruise on August 2nd.  Our most celebratory event of the year was well-attended by many local retailers, desi...
Back Bay Retail Tour
2012-06-19 13:03:55
Under the leadership of Lewis Muhlfelder and Rachel Zsembery of Bergmeyer Associates, the Boston chapter toured the latest retail additions to the famed Newbury Street shopping hot spot. ...
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President's Message


Spring is here. The Boston Chapter is very excited about 2014.  Retail is picking up, work is getting busy and we have an amazing list of events for this year.  If you missed our Redesigning Digital event you wont want to miss our MarketStreet Lynnfield presentation and tour.  Keep checking the events page under Boston Chapter for updates and new events.  Also, if you would like to receive event emails please send us an email at retaildesigninstitute.boston@gamil.com  we would love to add you to the list.  If you are on the list but not receiving our emails please 'white list’ this address; Gmail is sometimes sent to spam folders first.  Looking forward to seeing you at one of our events!