Retail apocalypse
As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the coronavirus pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. The arsenal of commercial techniques that retail has developed can no...
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La grève humaine : Et l'art de créer la liberté
La pratique de l'écriture constitue une partie intégrante de sa recherche, aussi bien visuelle que conceptuelle, autour des questions de la valeur, la liberté, l'économie et le féminisme. Les textes ici réunis ont des registres différents qui vont du théorique...
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Les Grands magasins
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Les Grands magasins
Les Grands magasins sont nés du grand élan libérateur de la Révolution qui supprima le carcan des corporations. A l'heure où les déplacements se faisaient à pied, ils se sont développés dans le centre de la ville grâce aux omnibus,...
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Meet me by the fountain: An inside history of the Mall
Design critic Lange delivers a thought-provoking cultural history of the shopping mall. Noting that malls emerged as the U.S. "reinvented itself" in the decades after WWII, Lange recounts how Austrian architect Victor Gruen convinced the owners of J. L. Hudson...
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Atelier E.B: Passer-By
Beca Lipscombe and Lucy McKenzie examine the world of mannequins and retail display. This book looks at radical thinkers and makers who dissolved the line between fine art and commercial display, and pieces together a compelling narrative that encompasses ethnography, statuary,...
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Fashion spaces: a theoretical view
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Fashion spaces: a theoretical view
Social media has brought a new type of space into the world of fashion retail. When architecture and fashion meet in the creation of ephemeral spaces for the immediate presentation of new collections, for example, these temporary but real spaces...
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Steel cities: the architecture of logistics in Central and Eastern Europe
In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, a certain type of industry has rapidly developed—an industry that produces nothing physical. Storing, packaging, classifying, assembling, and other ancillary processes of manufacturing and distribution are carried out 24/7 in extensive logistics...
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Vacant Spaces NY
This project began by walking around our neighborhood noticing empty storefronts. Once we saw them, they were everywhere. They followed us, appearing quietly throughout New York City. Many with no signage, no "for rent," no "coming soon." Usually empty, sometimes...
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La fabrique du consommateur : Une histoire de la société marchande
Vers 1800, la plupart des Français étaient des paysans qui construisaient eux-mêmes leur maison, récoltaient leurs céréales, pétrissaient leur pain et tissaient leurs vêtements. Aujourd'hui, l'essentiel de ce que nous consommons est produit par un réseau de grandes et lointaines...
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Shopping Mall (object lessons)
The mall near Matthew Newton's childhood home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was one of the state's first enclosed shopping malls. Like all malls in their heyday, this one was a climate-controlled pleasuredome where strangers converged. It boasted waterfalls, fish ponds, an...
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032C Issue #41
Every copy of 032c Issue #41 features a free Balenciaga iron-on kit, so you can create your own apparel at home. It's part of a donation campaign benefitting the World Food Programme’s emergency aid for Ukraine – order the magazine...
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Beyond the collaboration
How do you tell the story of a friendship? How do you trace the roots of one of the most significant cross-disciplinary unions in fashion today? Artist Sterling Ruby and fashion designer Raf Simons did just that when they sat...
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