Retail design includes the interiors of shopping centres, shops, showrooms, pop-up shops, arcades and galleries. Retail design is primarily a specialised practice of architecture and interior design, however it also incorporates elements of interior decoration, industrial design, graphic design, ergonomics, and advertising. Retail design is a very specialised discipline due to the heavy demands and regulations placed on curating a safe and effective retail space.
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