Designing the World's Best Supermarkets

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Martin M. Pegler
Visual Reference Publications, Incorporated, 2002 - Architecture - 170 pages
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Now, more than ever, supermarkets are inviting, exciting, adventuresome, even theatrical. New formats and new presentations are emerging so quickly, it's impossible to keep on top of the trends. Let Designing The World's Best Supermarkets be your guide. With 200 pages and over 300 colour photos representing comprehensive, visual coverage of the most-up-to-date design trends from the U.S. and around the world, this book makes it possible to experience a first-hand perspective on architecture, fixturing, signage, graphics, and lighting technology. This is a valuable reference for anyone involved in the design of food stores. Featuring the work of the world's finest supermarket designers, this is a reference book that professionals in the field can not afford to be without.

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Martin M. Pegler has been in the field of visual merchandising and store design for over fifty years and has authored and edited more than seventy books. He is an international lecturer on Display, Visual Merchandising and Store Design and an editor of the quarterly publication, Retail Design International. Pegler has been honored by the Professionals for the Advancement of Visual Education (PAVE) with a Lifetime Achievement Award. He has received the NY State's Chancellor's award for Excellence in Teaching, is an inductee in the Visual Merchandising / Display Industries Hall of Fame and an elected member of the Society of Visual Merchandisers.

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