Supermarkets are changing. Gone are the days of boxy, frozen warehouses stacked high with package goods. Today's supermarkets can be inviting or theatrical, artfully urban or charmingly rural. An informative guide to the fast-changing world of modern supermarket architecture, New Supermarket Design is a sumptuous, visual tour of the most groundbreaking innovations in the field. From the American Midwest to the streets of Tokyo, this beautiful book collects 40 of the most revolutionary ideas in store design, product arrangement, and thematic conception. New Supermarket Design features work from some of the most renowned architects on the international scene, clearly explained and accompanied by stunning full-color illustrations.
Cristian Campos is an editor and journalist who specializes in design, comics, illustration, and music. Former editor-in-chief of H magazine, he regularly contributes to publications, such as Rolling Stone and Man. He is the author of more than ten books, including Plastic and Product Design Now.