12| All About Mannequins
This update on the business of mannequins includes size of the industry,
materials, manufacturing processes, and more.
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16 | Minimalist Macy’s By Lauren Mang
The department store retailer aims for simplicity in its smaller City Creek Center
prototype in Salt Lake City, designed by FRCH.
20 | Chasing ROI By Gail Deibler Finke
As stores compete for customers and technology brings improved tools, retailers
and their suppliers seek new ways to measure the impact of store design.
26 | Retail CapEx—Look Who’s Spending
Discussion from A.R.E.’s recent Industry Summit provides insight into which
retail segments will be investing in retail environments.
30| Turning Clicks into Bricks
PAVE’s Student Design Competition awards $27,000 to winning students and schools
for the best pop-up shop and display designs for digital menswear brand Bonobos.
33 | GlobalShop Preview
Sponsored by A.R.E., the world’s largest annual trade show dedicated to store design,
visual merchandising, and shopper marketing heads to Chicago in April.
37 | Retail Design Collective 2012 By Jo Rossman
Design and visual trends from the newest and greatest at December’s New York
showroom show offer a glimpse into the future.
6 | The Conversation: When coming up with a design strategy
for a retail environment, what is the most critical question to ask?
41 | Green Notes: The reality of green building: 10 steps toward
improving process and ROI By Lisa A. Wynne, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC
48| Commentary: Get your ROI Groove On. By Brad Stewart
7 | Calendar
8 | A.R.E. News
11 | Inspirations
43 | New Members
44 | Business Briefs
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