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The Hybrid High Street Charity Shop: A Generative Methodology for the Future of Retail Design

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The Hybrid High Street Charity Shop : A Generative Methodology for the Future of Retail Design . Fagan, Des (Artist); Hadjri, Karim (Other). 2017.

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title = "The Hybrid High Street Charity Shop: A Generative Methodology for the Future of Retail Design ",
abstract = "Age UK Wigan Borough in conjunction with UCLan completed research into a new speculative business venture with a vision to break the mould of the existing High Street charity shop by reaching out to engage with a diverse multigenerational audience through a contemporary business model, with the local Wigan community as a pivotal focus. This led to research into the development of a new innovative flexible {\textquoteleft}hybrid{\textquoteright} retail design, envisaging a new future model for the High Street charity shop.The resulting research report and design drawings propose a self-sustaining, regionally focused approach to flexible space usage within one central high-street charity location. The project innovates physically by proposing a contemporary retail store design that can adapt to the ever-changing retail market industry and quick turn-around of product ranges. ",
keywords = "architecture, ageing, age UK, design, retail, high street, store, interior design, furniture, wayfinding, report, future",
author = "Des Fagan and Karim Hadjri",
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year = "2017",
month = jun,
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language = "English",

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