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IdN magazine is an international publication for creative people on a mission to amplify and unify the design community in Asia-Pacific and other parts of the world. It is devoted to bringing designers from around the globe together to communicate with, learn from and inspire one another. It has truly become what the initials of its title proclaim it to be: an international designers’ network.
Issue 26.1 surrounds Visual Merchandising & Window Display.
''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.
Shops’ display windows tend to come in a variety of shapes and sizes, even those belonging to the same chain. So this is probably the first big challenge that window-display designers face. What are the proportions of the various windows and the resulting space restrictions? How is the lighting positioned and will any installations block its source? How deep is the window? Can walls and ceilings be drilled into? Often such information is not forthcoming until near the end of the design conceptualization and radical changes have to be made at a late stage in the process.''
Featuring work by:
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
Published by IdN
160 x 230 mm.
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