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Designing a permanently temporary space : with a flexible furniture system as key element / bachelor thesis by Erika Jansson ; thesis advisors : Prof. Adrian von Starck, Prof. Javier Martín.

By: Jansson, Erika [author].
Contributor(s): Starck, Adrian von [thesis advisor] | Martín, Javier [thesis advisor] | Berlin International University of Applied Sciences. Faculty of Design [issuing body].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berlin, Germany : BAU International Berlin University of Applied Sciences, 2018Description: 63 pages : illustrations, plans (chiefly colour) ; 21.5 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): BB 400.03.01: Interior design, architecture -- Spaces -- Commercial -- Shops | BB 300.11: Interior design, architecture -- Elements -- Furniture | BB 300.03: Interior design, architecture -- Elements -- Spatial arrangement | BB 300.15: Interior design, architecture -- Elements -- Functionality, usabilityGenre/Form: Academic thesesDDC classification: 725.21 Online resources: Full text
Contents:
MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE: 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Purpose And Goal -- 2. Permanently Temporary Spaces In Retail -- 2.1 Definitions -- 2.2 Pop-Up Stores -- 2.2.1 A Brief History -- 2.2.2 How Pop-Ups Are Used Today -- 2.2.3 Types / Formats -- 2.3 Store-Within-Stores -- 2.4 Showrooms -- 3. Flexible Furniture Systems In Retail Spaces -- 3.1 Ways To Improve Flexibility -- 3.2 Case Study Analyses -- 3.2.1 Crocodile Concept Boutique -- 3.2.2 Oiselle Flagship Store -- 3.2.3 Heidi Flagship Store -- 3.3 Conclusion Of Analyses -- 4. The Furniture System -- 4.1 List Of System’s Function Goals -- 4.2 The Grid -- 4.3 The Panels -- 4.3.1 Construction -- 4.3.2 Function Of Panels -- 4.4 Usage / Function Of System -- 5. The Permanently Temporary Space -- 5.1 Concept -- 5.2 Location -- 5.3 Mood Board -- 5.4 Organization Of The Space -- 5.5 Floor Plans -- 5.6 Isometric Plan Drawings -- 5.7 Construction Details -- 6. Discussion & Conclusion -- 6.1 Discussion -- 6.2 Conclusion -- 7. Bibliography.
Dissertation note: DISSERTATION NOTE: bachelor thesis in Interior Design, BAU International Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany, 2018. Summary: MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE: "E-commerce is becoming more popular, rents are getting higher and we are in the middle of a collaborative consumption movement. All these aspects have made the retail environment much more competitive and the model of a retail space has changed, and is continuing to change dramatically. The design of physical retail spaces has to change. They need to become more flexible and multifunctional to be able to rearrange venues for events and pop-up stores. This will give customers experiences as opposed to just selling products or services. The purpose of this thesis is to identify how temporary retail spaces look today and to investigate how they can be made to be more flexible by prioritizing furniture as their main tool. Thereafter, the goal is to develop a multifunctional and flexible furniture system that could create a permanently temporary space. The thesis includes researches about temporary retail spaces, three analyses of stores with flexible design, and finally the development and visualization of a final project. This project resulted in a furniture system with movable panels with different functions. They offer the possibility to rearrange a space with ease and to provide a rotation of a variety of pop-up stores, galleries, workshops and many other kinds of events." -- Abstract, p. [6].
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DESIGN -- Interior design, architecture BB 400.03.01 J2678 2018 (Browse shelf) No access to hard copy 2019-0285

DISSERTATION NOTE: bachelor thesis in Interior Design, BAU International Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany, 2018.

BIBLIOGRAPHY NOTE: includes bibliographical references (p. 60-62).

MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE:
1. Introduction --
1.1 Introduction --
1.2 Purpose And Goal --
2. Permanently Temporary Spaces In Retail --
2.1 Definitions --
2.2 Pop-Up Stores --
2.2.1 A Brief History --
2.2.2 How Pop-Ups Are Used Today --
2.2.3 Types / Formats --
2.3 Store-Within-Stores --
2.4 Showrooms --
3. Flexible Furniture Systems In Retail Spaces --
3.1 Ways To Improve Flexibility --
3.2 Case Study Analyses --
3.2.1 Crocodile Concept Boutique --
3.2.2 Oiselle Flagship Store --
3.2.3 Heidi Flagship Store --
3.3 Conclusion Of Analyses --
4. The Furniture System --
4.1 List Of System’s Function Goals --
4.2 The Grid --
4.3 The Panels --
4.3.1 Construction --
4.3.2 Function Of Panels --
4.4 Usage / Function Of System --
5. The Permanently Temporary Space --
5.1 Concept --
5.2 Location --
5.3 Mood Board --
5.4 Organization Of The Space --
5.5 Floor Plans --
5.6 Isometric Plan Drawings --
5.7 Construction Details --
6. Discussion & Conclusion --
6.1 Discussion --
6.2 Conclusion --
7. Bibliography.

MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE:
"E-commerce is becoming more popular, rents are getting higher and we are in the middle of a collaborative consumption movement. All these aspects have made the retail environment much more competitive and the model of a retail space has changed, and is continuing to change dramatically. The design of physical retail spaces has to change. They need to become more flexible and multifunctional to be able to rearrange venues for events and pop-up stores. This will give customers experiences as opposed to just selling products or services. The purpose of this thesis is to identify how temporary retail spaces look today and to investigate how they can be made to be more flexible by prioritizing furniture as their main tool. Thereafter, the goal is to develop a multifunctional and flexible furniture system that could create a permanently temporary space. The thesis includes researches about temporary retail spaces, three analyses of stores with flexible design, and finally the development and visualization of a final project. This project resulted in a furniture system with movable panels with different functions. They offer the possibility to rearrange a space with ease and to provide a rotation of a variety of pop-up stores, galleries, workshops and many other kinds of events."
-- Abstract, p. [6].

SOURCE OF ACQUISITION NOTE: hard and digital copies acquired as obligatory copies from the author via Examinations Office, 2019-04-04. 1

ISSUING BODY NOTE: BAU International Berlin University of Applied Sciences is the former name of Berlin International University of Applied Sciences.

CATALOGUING: original descriptive cataloguing + summary + contents, 2019-04-04, 2019-11-16.

CATALOGUING: subject indexing + call number with BIDAC, 2019-04-04.

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