Hardbound, full-color, 224 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
As every retailer and store design professional knows, the smaller the space the greater the challenge to create a retail atmosphere that enhances the store’s image, conveys the brand message and maximizes sales. Today, the demand for effective small-space stores is increasing as retailers strive to minimize costs while increasing sales. Retail Spaces: Small Stores under 250 m2 (2,700 sq. ft) brings you 60 of the most exciting and successful new small stores — ranging from the truly minute to the merely small.
You’ll hear from the design professionals themselves as they explain how they solved the problems presented by limited space. You’ll learn how they developed the concept, designed the space and overcame additional challenges such as budget and time constraints. You’ll see how effectively they used every square meter to focus the consumer’s attention onto the merchandise.
Retail Spaces: Small Stores under 250 m2 (2,700 sq. ft) brings you the entire project. You’ll see not just a photo or two, but complete visual coverage — multiple shots show the overall store, views from different directions, and the all-important details. Featured are retailers from around the world and from all retail sectors. Visit optical stores in the Czech Republic and Malibu; look in on shoe stores in London, Toronto, and Santiago, and jewelers in Madrid and Shreveport, Louisiana. You’ll also explore a diverse range of in-mall shops that rise far above the surrounding mall clutter.
Organized by store size beginning with the very smallest, Retail Spaces: Small Stores under 250 m2 (2,700 sq. ft) brings you a vast continuum of small stores that attract consumers and prove that space limitations need not limit creativity, brand appeal or sales.
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