Store Presentation and Design No. 3

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With over 400 full-color photos, Store Presentation and Design No. 3 presents the finest examples of store design, merchandising presentation and displays and how every element of creative retail design-- the architectural, the store layout, the fixtures, lighting and the merchandise presentation all work together to turn a selling space into a profitable selling environment, that brings customers into the store to browse and buy.

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Overview


With over 400 full-color photos, Store Presentation and Design No. 3 presents the finest examples of store design, merchandising presentation and displays and how every element of creative retail design-- the architectural, the store layout, the fixtures, lighting and the merchandise presentation all work together to turn a selling space into a profitable selling environment, that brings customers into the store to browse and buy.

The third book in a successful series, this exciting new edition of Store Presentation and Design No.3 highlights the newest, freshest, most innovative, and most effective strategies for balancing store design, visual merchandising, and area displays. The stores in this book vary in merchandise sold, target customer, price point, type of space and location.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982612804
  • Publisher: RSD Publishing Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/10/2010
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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Store Presentation and Design No.3 is published by the publishers of Retail Design International (RDI). For more than 70 years RDI has been the source for industry professionals to keep up with what is new, different, innovative and successful in the world of store design and merchadise presentation. The editor of RDI and the author of Store Presentation and Design No.3 is the renown and highly respected authority Martin M. Pegler. Pegler, has written more than 60 books covering all aspects of store architecture, retail design and merchandise presentation. He is the author of the successful Stores of the Year and Store Windows book series. He is an educator, consultant and is one of the most sought after lectures on retail design and visual presentation.
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