Apple Store Architecture Makes Customers Feel Good about Spending

Jan. 2, 2008
January 02, 2008
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Apple Store Architecture Makes Customers Feel Good about Spending
Apple, which derives 20 percent of its revenues from its physical stores, uses detail and signature features in store designs. Not only do the stores feel like gathering places, but the bright lights and acoustics also create a buzz that makes customers feel more like they’re at an event than a retail store.
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COURTESY OF KLINGSTUBBINSSt. Lawrence University Boasts New Eco-conscious LabsSustainable design strategies at the school’s Hall of Science include orienting the building to harvest daylight; a high-insulation envelope roof; dimmable fluorescent lighting; intelligent HVAC occupancy sensors; heat recovery on ventilation exhaust; and high-insulation glazing. Read the complete article …

ARCHI-TECH Readers’ Choice Awards Winners Announced
Find out which products were voted best in class in the areas of audio/video, building controls, glass and glazing, HVAC, lighting, security, and sustainable technology.
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New Parking Structure Alters UC Berkeley's South Side
A new $35 million parking garage at UC Berkeley adds 1,000 underground spaces on the south side of the campus. The Underhill Parking Facility also has a new soccer field at ground level that will open next month.
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2008 ARCHI-TECH AV Awards in Partnership with InfoComm International®
ARCHI-TECH and InfoComm International invite you to participate in the sixth annual ARCHI-TECH AV Awards. The ARCHI-TECH AV Awards program honors outstanding examples of the creative and effective integration of technology into otherwise traditional construction projects.Enter today to get the recognition you deserve!
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A Look at Multibillion-dollar Las Vegas Construction Projects
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