Retail Design International Vol. 7 − Components, Spaces, Buildings


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ISBN: 978-3-89986-366-6

Language: German / English

Year of publication: 2022

Pages: 192

Cover: Hardcover

Illustrations: 250 photos and plans

Dimensions: 8.3 × 11.8 in

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What’s next? The question of whether future retail design will be analogue, digital or hybrid has long since been answered. Especially the mature inner cities are facing enormous innovation pressure. Smart alliances are being formed and daring retail concepts are being tried out that add value in the urban space. The new yearbook shows solutions that accompany us worldwide into the "new normal".

Dr. Jons Messedat studied architecture and industrial design in Aachen, Stuttgart and London. He has been teaching the building and space module at the HAWK in Hildesheim with a focus on corporate interior. In 2018, he was appointed onto the jury of the state prize for architecture by the chamber of architects for the federal state of Lower Saxony.

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