Garden center design
Designing a garden center is not a simple task. It is not only about creating an attractive space for the consumer, but also about conveying the entrepreneur's message and attracting the right target group. When designing a garden center, several factors must be considered, such as the available budget, the expected turnover, the size of the floor space and the desired target group.
When designing a garden center it is essential to first look at the positioning of the entrepreneur. What does the entrepreneur want to radiate and which target group does he or she want to address? These questions will initially be discussed during the first meeting in order to get a clear picture of the wishes of the entrepreneur.
Then the designing will begin. By listening to the customer, we try to make the best possible first sketch of the future design. We work from large to small in dividing surfaces in the store, in order to get to the core of the design. This is the starting point of the drawing phase in which we work together towards the desired result.
An optimally equipped garden center has a balance between indoor and outdoor spaces and an exciting routing to entice paying customers to make a purchase. By designing based on fact-based information, it is possible to design a garden center that is ready for the future. This involves looking at how green elements can be integrated into the design. The elements of nature are taken into account by looking at how nature is put together and functions.
Creating an optimal climate in the design is important, as is finding the right balance between shop material and salable items. Immediate creation of a green feeling when entering a garden center is also important. By designing from a green structure, it is possible to let nature work for us. This involves looking at matters such as water retention, geothermal energy, wind and solar energy, wood construction and the application of sedum roofs.
At Garden Center Advice they believe in a world in which recycled products and green solutions are used instead of going straight back to regular existing products and ways of building. Designing a garden center based on a green structure makes it possible to realize a biophilically designed garden centre.
Garden Center Advice has the necessary knowledge to design an ecological and sustainable garden center. The combination of fact-based design and numerical substantiation is important.