Visual Merchandising & Window Display
A shop or store window is an open space that a viewer can choose to get involved with or not. There are hundreds of ways of making it attractive and nowadays interactive technology is also available to keep people standing and staring for a lot longer than usual. Then there is the age-old question of whether to concentrate on particular items for sale or go for an overall brand ID. Ideally, both at once.
Our contributors to this special feature have plenty to say on the subject, as well as examples to show. We are sure that anyone seeking to emulate them will find it inspiring and that even those designers who do not intend to enter this specialist field will be intrigued by the challenges it offers and the ingenious solutions to them that have been arrived at.
Agnes & Anthony | Alena Sheleeva | Andrei Robu/Robu Studio | Anna Vinokurova | Asuka Watanabe | Chia-Chun Wang | Elpida Magkoura | Guardabosques | Ho Yun-Fang | In The Pool Studio | Janine Rewell | Kahori Maki | Leena Kisonen | Makerie Studio | Maria Over | Mo Kalache/Mokalache.Design | Nairuti Sharma | Nomadhouse Studio | NotoriusGrey | Oupas! Design | Pauline Loctin/Miss Cloudy | Przemek Sobocki | Raquel Costa/Little Black Spot Studio | Rosamaria D’Amico | Rui Zhou | Silvia Baz | Studio Float | Tiago Moutinho | Tom Haugomat | Tomshi & Associates | Torafu Architects | Turbina. | Van Orton Design | Ya Ling Chen | Yeni Kim/March Studio | Zim&Zou
160p + 8p cover
160mm (w) x 230mm (h)
4 varying paper stocks
4C process + matt lamination
ISSN (English Edition): 1029 4805
ISSN (Chinese Edition): 1029 4813