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The Shop as Market Space : The Commercial Qualities of Retail Architecture

Abstract : Retail architecture is defined as those market spaces, both real and virtual, that affect the relationship between supply and demand.architecture Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier more easily to spatial analyses of the market relationship than do other retail spaces, mainly because they serve to concentrate and amplify market intermediation forces. Yet there is much to be learned from studying smaller retail spaces as well, namely the boutique or shop. Before returning to this theme of public and private retail space, an analysis of the shop will be presented that focuses on its status as a market space, and on its function as a mechanism for market intermediation.
Mots-clés : espace marché commerce lieu
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Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier. The Shop as Market Space : The Commercial Qualities of Retail Architecture. Léontine de Wit; David Vernet. Boutiques and Other Retails Spaces : The Architecture of Seduction, Routledge, pp.16 - 33, 2007, 9780415363228. ⟨hal-02498284⟩

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