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  1. AutoDesSys

    image 13

    From the album: Vitale, Nicolas

  2. AutoDesSys

    6

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    Freestanding travel accessory display. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  3. AutoDesSys

    5

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    Toy display concept. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  4. AutoDesSys

    3

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    PDQ merchandiser. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  5. AutoDesSys

    4

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    Home theatre display unit. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  6. AutoDesSys

    2

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    Counter top and endcap concept for new cosmetic line. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  7. AutoDesSys

    1

    From the album: Richard Mulley Retail Design

    Concept design highlighting Sirius satellite radio service in the auto sector. Modelled and rendered in FormZ Renderzone.
  8. AutoDesSys

    6 Big 1 1

    From the album: Cameron & Company, Corp.

  9. AutoDesSys

    5 Big 1 1

    From the album: Cameron & Company, Corp.

  10. AutoDesSys

    Coke Dispenser for Outdoor Section of Hardware Store

    From the album: Intuition

    Modeled, rendered, and designed in form•Z by Steven Houtzager Concept by Chris Chapman
  11. AutoDesSys

    Sun Microsystems

    From the album: Yonge, Chris

  12. AutoDesSys

    Brubaker

    From the album: Vecht & Kjær Industrial Design

    Vecht & Kjær produced an interactive PDF presentation as part of the retail planning for Brubaker. As the users navigate through the presentation they can select different shelving options, different fixtures, lighting, and furniture arrangements.
  13. AutoDesSys

    Sherwin Williams: Concept Store

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Developed for Instore Solutions Looking to catch up in the "Do-It Yourself" retail market, Sherwin Williams wanted to attract both male and female homeowners. It was, however, to remain true to SWÕs core customer, the trade consumer. To accomplish these two directives, the existing programmatic requirements and store plans were examined and a new plan was developed. A specialty shop featuring paint and wallcoverings as fashion and branded "Inspire" was created to attract and advise the basic DIY homeowner.
  14. AutoDesSys

    Sherwin Williams: Concept Store

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Developed for Instore Solutions Looking to catch up in the "Do-It Yourself" retail market, Sherwin Williams wanted to attract both male and female homeowners. It was, however, to remain true to SWÕs core customer, the trade consumer. To accomplish these two directives, the existing programmatic requirements and store plans were examined and a new plan was developed. A specialty shop featuring paint and wallcoverings as fashion and branded "Inspire" was created to attract and advise the basic DIY homeowner.
  15. AutoDesSys

    Sherwin Williams: Concept Store

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Developed for Instore Solutions Looking to catch up in the "Do-It Yourself" retail market, Sherwin Williams wanted to attract both male and female homeowners. It was, however, to remain true to SWÕs core customer, the trade consumer. To accomplish these two directives, the existing programmatic requirements and store plans were examined and a new plan was developed. A specialty shop featuring paint and wallcoverings as fashion and branded "Inspire" was created to attract and advise the basic DIY homeowner.
  16. AutoDesSys

    Sherwin Williams: Concept Store

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Developed for Instore Solutions Looking to catch up in the "Do-It Yourself" retail market, Sherwin Williams wanted to attract both male and female homeowners. It was, however, to remain true to SWÕs core customer, the trade consumer. To accomplish these two directives, the existing programmatic requirements and store plans were examined and a new plan was developed. A specialty shop featuring paint and wallcoverings as fashion and branded "Inspire" was created to attract and advise the basic DIY homeowner.
  17. AutoDesSys

    Sherwin Williams: Concept Store

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Developed for Instore Solutions Looking to catch up in the "Do-It Yourself" retail market, Sherwin Williams wanted to attract both male and female homeowners. It was, however, to remain true to SWÕs core customer, the trade consumer. To accomplish these two directives, the existing programmatic requirements and store plans were examined and a new plan was developed. A specialty shop featuring paint and wallcoverings as fashion and branded "Inspire" was created to attract and advise the basic DIY homeowner.
  18. AutoDesSys

    Northstar Access: Local phone services provider

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Built by Display Arts A local phone service in Minnesotta, Northstar Access wanted to launch their new service with a splash. A retail presence was established in 4 small towns at the time of launch in 1999. The client wanted to give rural and suburban customers the sense of a service offering only experienced in major metro areas, not in rural America. The objective was to create a true buying space where exploration was key. The space is open and consumer-centric, even the semi private sales office has a collapsible wall and is part of the selling floor. Customers never feel as though they are going to get a hard sell.
  19. AutoDesSys

    Northstar Access: Local phone services provider

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Built by Display Arts A local phone service in Minnesotta, Northstar Access wanted to launch their new service with a splash. A retail presence was established in 4 small towns at the time of launch in 1999. The client wanted to give rural and suburban customers the sense of a service offering only experienced in major metro areas, not in rural America. The objective was to create a true buying space where exploration was key. The space is open and consumer-centric, even the semi private sales office has a collapsible wall and is part of the selling floor. Customers never feel as though they are going to get a hard sell.
  20. AutoDesSys

    Northstar Access: Local phone services provider

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Built by Display Arts A local phone service in Minnesotta, Northstar Access wanted to launch their new service with a splash. A retail presence was established in 4 small towns at the time of launch in 1999. The client wanted to give rural and suburban customers the sense of a service offering only experienced in major metro areas, not in rural America. The objective was to create a true buying space where exploration was key. The space is open and consumer-centric, even the semi private sales office has a collapsible wall and is part of the selling floor. Customers never feel as though they are going to get a hard sell.
  21. AutoDesSys

    Northstar Access: Local phone services provider

    From the album: Rob Herrmann Design

    Built by Display Arts A local phone service in Minnesotta, Northstar Access wanted to launch their new service with a splash. A retail presence was established in 4 small towns at the time of launch in 1999. The client wanted to give rural and suburban customers the sense of a service offering only experienced in major metro areas, not in rural America. The objective was to create a true buying space where exploration was key. The space is open and consumer-centric, even the semi private sales office has a collapsible wall and is part of the selling floor. Customers never feel as though they are going to get a hard sell.
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