Design for Shopping: New Retail Interiors

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Laurence King Publishing, 2006 - Interior architecture - 192 pages
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As consumers become spoilt for choice, retail design is embracing new ways of attracting purchasing power. From the use of interactive technology to the commissioning of art in shops, retail spaces are fast becoming destination places in which the customer's engagement is key. Design for Shopping showcases a comprehensive selection of recent retail interiors from around the world. Following a brief introduction, the book is divided into seven themed chapters. As a special feature, each chapter begins with an interview with a key figure in the world of retail design, exploring their views on how our changing shopping habits affect retail design. Designers, architects and retailers interviewed include Amanda Levete of Future Systems, Marcel Wanders, Terence Conran and Hani Rashid.
 

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Contents

Glorious Old Brands
13
Technology and Shopping
35
Fashionable Stopovers
57
Marcel Wanders of Marcel Wanders studio Amsterdam The Netherlands
98
Miss Sixty Energie Retail Emporium Barcelona Spain
106
Volker Katschinski of Dan Pearlman Berlin Germany
117
Apple Store Tokyo Japan
126
Terence Conran of Conran Partners London UK
133
Maison Baccarat Paris France 142 l a Eyeworks Los Angeles USA
148
smarttravelling store Berlin Germany 154 Princi Bakery Milan Italy
158
Fashion and Art
166
Project Credits
186
Picture Credits and Acknowledgements
192
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Sara Manuelli is the features editor of design industry journal DesignWeek and writes for numerous magazines and national newspapers

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