At the turn of the century, commercial establishments were the first to applyhe new construction techniques that emerged from the Industrial Revolution.he new markets and galleries of the European capitals represented the germf what is today one of the best exponents of the latest tendencies in theanguage and materials of interior design. This work presents a wide range ofhops selling clothing, complements and other objects, modern temples ofonsumption that have opened recently in different parts of the world. Theyhow a common inclination towards calm and concise spaces and offer a rangef formal proposals full of glamour.
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