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As every retailer and store design professional knows, the smaller the space the greater the challenge to create a retail atmosphere that enhances the stores 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.
On these pages youll hear from the design professionals themselves as they explain how they solved the problems presented by limited space. Youll learn how they developed the concept, designed the space and overcame additional challenges such as budget and time constraints. Youll see how effectively they used every square meter to focus the consumer's attention onto the merchandise. Every element that makes up a successful small store from the architecture and store layout, to the display systems, lighting, and even the storage is included.
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.
JACKET (top photo): Foot Patrol, LondonSTORE DESIGN: Brinkworth/WIlson Brothers, LondonPHOTOGRAPHER: Louise Melchior
JACKET (bottom photo): Kidrobot, MiamiSTORE DESIGN: MASHstudios, Los AngelesPHOTOGRAPHER: Mike Butler
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RSD Publishing, Inc.Retail Spaces and Design (RSD) Publishing, Inc., provides retailers and retail design professionals architects, store designers, visual merchandisers the opportunity to both see the best in retail design and have their own work showcased in print or digital publications. In business for more than 70 years, our goal at RSD Publishing is to always present the newest and most successful retail environments.
P E R I O D I C A LRetail Design International (RDI): A beautifully-produced, 144-page, quarterly periodical, RDI brings you in-depth, visual coverage of the best new and renovated stores. Each issue includes inter national coverage, a wide range of retail stores, more than 400 full-color photos and concise editorial. Also included are photos of store windows and displays with suggestions on adapting the ideas for your own needs.
In addition to the print edition, RDI Online is the website-based component of RDI that allows subscrib ers complete access to all online content and more than three years worth of RDI issues. Free to subscribers of the print edition, RDI Online is also available as an online-only subscription.
B O O K SRSD publishes four series of books: Stores of the Year; Store Windows; Store Presentation & Design; and our newest, one of which you have in your hands, Retail Spaces. It's companion title, Retail Spaces: Food Cafes, Markets & Eateries is also available. All of our books are high-quality, full-color and packed with 100s of photos.
w w w . r s d p u b l i s h i n g . c o mIn addition to RDI Online, our website includes Partners' Pages, continually-updated newsletters and category-specific digital publications. All are dedicated to showing the newest trends in the industry. Our online content is constantly evolving to keep pace with your needs.
S U B M I T Y O U R W O R KOne of our primary objectives is to offer retailers and retail design professionals a variety of ways to showcase their work. We encourage you to submit your work for inclusion in RDI, our books and our online newsletter. When ever you've completed a project, send it to us. Our online Partners' Pages also gives you the chance to have your own section on our website on which you can promote your company and present your portfolio. Visit our website or contact John Burr at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how easy it is to submit you work.
Join us and be a part of a community of retail design professionals who care deeply about maintaining the highest standards in store design and visual display. We invite you to explore the possibilities to both see what others are doing and share your work with your peers.
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R E T A I L S P A C E S
small storesunder 250 m2 [2,700 sq. ft.]
R E T A I L S P A C E S
small storesunder 250 m2 [2,700 sq. ft.]
Judy Shepard and the editors of Retail Design International
small stores under 250 m
2 [2,700 sq. ft.]
C O N T E N T S7 Introduction
8 9026 Eyes, Malibu, California MASHstudios
12 OhmyGOd, Madrid MARKETING-JAZZ
14 Guante, Mall Plaza Alameda, Santiago dearQ Architecture & Design
16 Foot Patrol, Berwick Street, London Brinkworth / Wilson Brothers
18 Evita, Espacio Urbano La Dehesa Santiago Droguett A&A Ltda
22 Hush Puppies Kids, Santiago dearQ Architecture & Design
26 Magic Attic, Derby, United Kingdom Dalziel and Pow Design Consultants
28 Espoir, Seoul JHP Design Consultancy
32 congstar, Cologne Dula
36 Key West, Montral GHA design studios
38 Levis Icon Store Buttenheim Berlin Plajer & Franz Studio
42 3 Mobil, Aarhus, Denmark Riis Retail
46 Gaston Optik, Brno, Czech Republic Fandament Architects / Hast Retail sro
48 Brida Shoes, London, Ontario GHA design studios
50 Mint Velvet, Chichester, West Sussex, UK Kinnersley Kent Design
52 Judith & Charles, Toronto, Ontario GHA design studios
54 Intermezzo, Huizhou, China AMS Concept
56 Gieves & Hawkes, Shanghai AMS Concept
60 Myla, Westfield Shopping Centre, London JHP Design Consultancy
64 Peoria Emporium, New York Peoria Emporium In-house
68 Ecko Unlimited, New Delhi Future Research Design Company
72 Lakeland Optical, Jackson, Mississippi Celia Barrett Design, LLC
74 Crusoe, Coimbatore, India Future Research Design Company
78 Paco Rabanne, Santiago In Store Diseo
82 Vespa, Mexico City, Mexico Plus Construction Group
84 Jones Bootmaker, Milton Keynes, UK Dalziel and Pow Design Consultants
86 styled by me Barbie New York Mattel, Inc.
90 Kidrobot, South Beach, Miami MASHstudios
94 Worth Avenue News West Palm Beach, Florida PDT International
96 Americanino, Santiago In Store Diseo
100 Bernard Weatherill, Savile Row, London Dalziel and Pow Design Consultants
102 holpe+ Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, PR China rkd retail/iQ
106 Desa, Covent Garden, London Kinnersley Kent Design
108 Euro-Optica, Madrid MARKETING-JAZZ
112 Jaeger London, Covent Garden, London Kinnersley Kent Design
114 Yusty, Madrid MARKETING-JAZZ
118 Full Circle, London Brinkworth
122 Verona Vibe Les Galeries de Hull, Quebec Ruscio Studio
126 Selected, Aalborg, Denmark Riis Retail
130 La Martina, Santiago In Store Diseo
134 EKA, Bangalore, India Future Research Design Company
136 PUMA Black, New York Bergmeyer Associates, Inc.
142 Tess & Carlos Newton Centre, Massachusetts Bergmeyer Associates, Inc.
144 Utopia Records, Sydney Eileen Kamp
148 Dal, Florida Center Mall, Santiago Droguett A&A Ltda
152 Arenal2, Madrid MARKETING-JAZZ
156 MEXX, Rhein Center Koln, Cologne MEXX Creative Team / Umdasch
158 Privilege, Plaza Vespucio Mall, Santiago Droguett A&A Ltda
162 California Academy of Sciences Retail Stores, San Francisco BALDAUF CATTON VON ECKARTSBERG Architects
166 PUMA, Paris Plajer & Franz Studio
170 Rockford (RKF), Santiago dearQ Architecture & Design
172 ONeill, Amsterdam Anderson Architects
176 COX Communications Retail Store Gonzalez, Louisiana Commercial Design Interiors, LLC Ritter Maher Architects
180 Campus by Marc OPolo Koenigsallee, Dusseldorf dan Pearlman Markenarchitektur
182 4010 Telekom Shop, Cologne parat for mutabor / Dula
186 Clarkes Jewelers Shreveport, Louisiana GRID/3 International Inc.
190 Dell Experience Center North Park Center, Dallas Fitch
192 Nextel Experience Store Parque Andino, Santiago In Store Diseo
196 Designer Profiles
The branding of this tiny jewelry store in Madrid started with an idea and a store name. The idea was to open a jewelry store that would become a trend-setter in the wider world of fashion, and the store name, OhmyGOd, was simply the phrase, oh my God that customers would exclaim upon seeing the space and the stunning jewelry on display. In other words the wow factor.
Both the idea and the name were put to designer Carlos Aires of MARKETING-JAZZ by Cinthya Nicols, project developer and third generation jeweler. Aires and the Nicols family worked together, and the extra ordinary results are shown here.