FIRST IMPRESSIONS: SHOPFRONT DESIGN IDEAS

FIRST IMPRESSIONS: SHOPFRONT DESIGN IDEAS

Editorial:
DESIGN MEDIA PUBLISHING LIMITED
Año de edición:
Materia
Escaparates
ISBN:
978-988-12968-9-4
Páginas:
317

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This book shows you how to design great shopfronts, from planning to design principles according to type of store, location, the product, and architectural elements. This delightful book features latest shopfronts from over 140 different shops in the city, revealing changing trends and distinct character of different brands. Each shopfront not only shows the unique face, but contains a host of interesting detail about the designs, materials and construction methods. Loaded with numerous photos and drawings, it has eight major parts, including introduction, parts of a shopfront, the planning for shopfront design, the renovation of traditional shopfront, the new shopfront principles, design approach of architectural elements, security, and works. 

A must-read for architects, shopfront designers, sign designers, concerned citizens, and anyone who cares about the first impressions of shops, this illustrated book is equally appealing to shop owners.

This book shows you how to design great shopfronts, from planning to design principles according to type of store, location, the product, and architectural elements. This delightful book features latest shopfronts from over 140 different shops in the city, revealing changing trends and distinct character of different brands. Each shopfront not only shows the unique face, but contains a host of interesting detail about the designs, materials and construction methods. Loaded with numerous photos and drawings, it has eight major parts, including introduction, parts of a shopfront, the planning for shopfront design, the renovation of traditional shopfront, the new shopfront principles, design approach of architectural elements, security, and works.
A must-read for architects, shopfront designers, sign designers, concerned citizens, and anyone who cares about the first impressions of shops, this illustrated book is equally appealing to shop owners.