12 | Better, Faster, Stronger By Klein Merriman
As the retail environments industry enters its third consecutive year
of growth, the forecast signals future new construction.
16 | Bright Ideas
Three projects demonstrate various aspects of lighting in retail environments.
22 | Targeting Creatives By Gail Deibler Finke
Target’s Creative Council aims to energize designers by creating a program that
includes speakers, off-premise informal social events, charrettes, and workshops.
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26 | Disruption Drives 2012 Retail Design Trends
By Karen Schaffner
Retailers redesigning the shopping experience are embracing new technology,
reaching out to local artists and designers, and bringing the outdoors in.
30 | Focus: Lighting
Lighting products from A.R.E. members bring efficiency and sustainability
to the retail environment.
36 | GlobalShop 2012
This year’s show marked retail growth with new events and increased attendance.
6 | The Conversation: QR tags in retail?
39 | Green Notes: 10 Trends Among Sustainable Retail Pioneers
By Jo Rossman, LEED AP
48| Commentary: Why There is a Future for Stores By Douglas McFann
8 | A.R.E. News
10 | Calendar
11 | Inspirations
41 | Business Briefs
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