Shopping Environments

Shopping Environments

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Shopping centers have become the most common of shopping environments and have influenced the make-up of cities around the world. However, in recent years, the enclosed qmallq has evolved and diversified with new types of retail environments that were developed to better suit their locale and meet public expectation. This design guide has over 600 illustrations that present the core values and considerations that make a successful retail center: location, catchment user needs, as well as access and layout. Covering everything from site master planning to the essentials of public facilities and the technical systems, this is essential reading for architects of contemporary shopping centers. A series of international examples showcasing different types of shopping environments are included to cover the wide range of designs that have occurred in recent years. From the qout of townq mall to retail parks and mixed use town center developments, the best of contemporary design is illustrated to provide both practical information and inspiration.Leisure and Entertainment With shopping being increasingly combined with leisure activities a€” especially in the large ... health clubs climbing walls bowling alleys slot and electronic games machines casinos surfing, swimming and other sports. Leisure facilities relate well to catering and dining and to leisure-based retail such as book or music shops, but such ... For example, leisure activity may focus at a different time during the opening period to avoid a conflict with the use of caranbsp;...

Title:Shopping Environments
Author:Peter Coleman
Publisher:Routledge - 2007-06-07


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