Peak Architects are excited to be supporting St Luke’s Hospice with their brand new flag-ship store in Sheffield, opening this August. The new store, unique in its proposition for both St Luke’s and Sheffield, brings “eco-conscious fashion, curated looks, and ethical shopping” together under one roof. Working together with ABR Contracting for the shell & core, and Whitehead Interiors for the shop fit out, with Mascot Management as the client representative, the new store will be a game-changer. It will look visually different from St Luke’s other stores and will be a great addition to Sheffield’s City Centre.
Retail analysts predict the ‘pre-loved’ market is anticipated to grow three times quicker than the wider clothing industry, putting St Luke’s in a strong position to bring this new concept to the forefront of shopping more sustainably.
Marie Egerton, head of retail at St Luke’s Hospice, said: “Shopping at St Luke’s new concept store will be a win-win-win. It’s good for the environment, good for your wallet and great for St Luke’s which supports more than 1,800 patients a year, as well as families and carers.”
The hospice, which operates in Sheffield and surrounding areas, supports people aged 18 and above with terminal illnesses, as well as their families and their loved ones, with medical and holistic care from the point of diagnosis and beyond. St Luke’s is close to Peak Architects' hearts. Our team has raised funds through Sheffield’s half marathon in the past and carries on supporting the great work they undertake.