The special features of the commercial industry are transferred from the shopping centres to their nuclear units.
Big stores work as anchor stores and the medium-sized and small stores complement the heart of the commercial succession. At the same time, with a fashion which is starting to revert a decade-long possession, the urban store is revitalising the public streets again, as a meeting place in both the new and the traditional neighbourhoods. The roll out of the brands which, because of their presence, set their offer in closed or urban shopping centres is a practice which requires the designers to fully understand the complexity of the theme and corporate spirit which the brand must communicate.
At the same time, the supermarket, usually a main anchor in these shopping centres, needs a technical specificity which adds complexity to the need of installation and local recognition. The making and storage of products and food (or its link with the supply logistics) demand a strong interrelation between the design and the specific engineering.
GDM has the necessary specialties to solve those complexities and offers its clients trained teams for the implementation and development of their brands.