Retail shops often translate the identity of what they sell into a tangible shopping environment, with a pre-determined routing for customers when they are in the shop. This involves the translation of the identity of the brand in the shop, into the furniture, decor and equipment, fixtures and fittings. De Rover Maatwerk can plans a routing arrangements on the shopping floor, that encourage customers to follow a pre-determined route where they can see products in a certain order. The planning process for development of such routing plans involves the definition of a suitable identity (and agreement on that with the client), and the determination of an appropriate budget. During the engineering process we make production drawings, drawings of furniture, sidewalls, floors, ventilation, lighting and a colour presentation.
Its also possible that we make a mock-up in our workshop of how the proposed shop interior would look, in order to assist the client in the decision making process.
This option also offers the prospect of pre building an interior in the workshop and then transplanting transporting it direct into the shop location thereby saving valuable time when otherwise the shop might have been closed for the refurbishment.
Concluding on the detailed description above we can say with confidence that De Rover Maatwerk is to able to deliver a complete Turn-Key project.
Kookai Rotterdam is one of our clients of a Turn-key project.
De Rover Maatwerk can plan a routing arrangements on the shopping floor, that encourage customers to follow a pre-determined route where they can see products in a certain order.