Riewoldt, O. (2000). Retail Design, London: Laurence King.
- Zero Lustrum Pukeberg, Rupert Gardner Design
- Hushush, Harry Allen & Associates
|coffee table used in a living room|
|CAD drawings of coffee table|
|stool used in a kitchen situation|
|final outcome. chair/bench|
|here is it being used in a gallery space|
|deliberate lookalike squint stool we made first - photoshop cutout|
|coffee table we made - photoshop cutout|
|sanding the parts to strengthen mitre joint|
|chiselling part of chair to set wood planks into|
|chiselling part of the wood back to original state|
|the result during sanding state|
Green, W. R. (1986). The Retail Store Design and Construction, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc.
Designing and constructing a retail store involves a number of people, the developer, leasing agent, the designer, merchant tenant, bankers, builders, tradesmen, store personnel and shoppers. The success of a store depends on the combined efforts of all participants to achieve an appropriate blend of product pricing, quality and variety. Different chapters go into the likes of store image and spacial organisation, product display, the storefront, materials, systems and lighting.
|Cheryl Cole - L'Oreal|
|Hazel White's jewellery|
|Ladderback Chair - Charles Rennie Macintosh.|
|retro tv reused into a funky seat|
|multi functional unit. designer: jin young lee.|
|chair made of recycled plastic bottles|
|love the way the pieces all come together to create one unit|
|armchair made of paper shreds!|