Inspired from Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum and a Chinese medicine shop, compare it with a modern pharmacy, and noting how an apothecary is historically a predecessor to modern pharmacology. It makes me wonder what will a shop involving magic be like when it is allowed to continue to evolve and take a modern look as in most settings where magic is found, it is often took place in a medieval setting, or in futuristic settings (often in science fantasy genres), it tend to take the form of some visible pure energy that is mainly a power source for some futuristic devices. Put it simply the main question is:
What will be the modern successor to a medieval style magic shop look like, for example, one that supplies magic and magical items for occult?
The TV series The Librarian, in Season 1, Episode 7 ("And the Rule of Three") seemed to give one possible direction on how magic will be packaged in modern era: As a mobile phone app with reality altering effects.
However, could magic be packaged in a very different form that fit to a shop with modern architecture and design philosophy, and thus allowing a variety of magic shops?
Some brief background of the underlying worldbuilding setting to make the scope of the question more narrow:
Technology is defined to be 21st century modern technology (Everything we know in the present day that is at least partially explained by science).
Magic is a recently discovered series of classical correlations between two or more things and phenomenon (may include people) such that given two things A and B that is correlated,when one of these occurred or tempered with, so is the other with 100% certainty. At the stage of the setting, scientist still have not uncover any underlying pattern or law that governs the 100 or so classes of these correlations found so far (skipped extraneous info).
Reports of the various magics they have experienced or observed, which ranges from many things from weird artifacts that seemed to slow down time, to a hand gesture in a house in Italy resulted in a fireball, to chemical reagents with a chaotic molecular structure, to a Granny that can seemingly live without ever drinking water and so on.
There's also a rare class of magic which seemly behave more like historical notions of witchcraft in that it can be evoked under a wide variety of conditions which various occult groups have known for centuries and is finally recognised.
Despite the lack of understanding on how exactly these phenomenon works, companies and groups nevertheless took advantage of the subclass of phenomenon where at least one of the phenomenon correlated is an object, known as artifacts. App stores involving magic started to appear where users can download various known magic for use, (skipped paragraph about law enforcement and regulation). In addition, various other magic shops appeared.
This is where we are in the context of this question.