Fabulous Food Shops

Author(s): J. Peyton

Architecture/Interiors

Displaying a wonderful array of visually tempting and delicious produce, staffed by friendly and knowledgeable experts, a whole new generation of stylishly designed food shops are emerging. Conveniently located, they are often epicurean magnets for local communities or centrally placed meccas for cosmopolitan customers.

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.,."if you're interested in architecture and interiors, this is a surprisingly inspirational book." Time Out, 20th July)

.,."would make a great gift for those who like to indulge their gastro habit abroad..." (Sainsbury's Magazine, August 05)

.,."Food-lovers won't be able to put down Fabulous Food Shops, which is packed with detailed reviews of quality food shops from around the world...colourful photographs..." (Choice, June 05)

.,."a lip-smacking tour of the world's most delicious gastronomic outlets..." (Voyager, September 2005)

"Displaying a wonderful array of visually tempting delicious produce...a whole generation of stylishly designed food shops are emerging..." (Speciality Food, 1st August 2005)

.,."a wonderful array of visually tempting and delicious produce" (Interior Design Today, Sept 05)

.,."a tour of interiors, proving that sometimes the right setting can be just as important as the appeal of taste and aroma..." (Frame, No 46 September 2005)

Jane Peyton is a London-based writer and photographer. Fabulous Food Shops is her third book for Wiley Academy after Looking up in London (2003) and Looking up in Edinburgh (2004). She is currently working on Wonderful Watering Holes a book of photographs of the world's most appealing pubs.

Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; One-stop Shops; Introduction; Conran Design Partners for Albert Heijn XL; Little Diversified Architectural Consulting for Harris Teeter; JHP for Maxi; Pavlik Design for Mega; The Good Old Days; Introduction; Ian & Safia Thomas for A.Gold; Greig & Stephenson for Borough Market; Charles Stephens, William Neatby, Louis Blanc and others for Harrods; Kiku Obata for Straub's; Valvona & Crolla (heritage deli, unknown designer); Food Glorious Food; Introduction; Fusion Architecture & Design for Comptoir Gascon; Spencer Fung & Teresa Roviras for Daylesford Organic Farmshop; Gavin Monk for Flaneur Foodhall; Gabriel Murray at The Rodney Fitch Company for Great; Little Diversified Architectural Consulting for Home Economist Market; Oliveira Rosa for La Fromagerie; Project Orange for Raoul's Deli; Greig & Stephenson for Tapas Brindisa; Design LSM for The Real Eating Company; Andre Kikoski Architect for Tuller Premium Foods; Design Forum for Wild Oats Natural Marketplace; See and Be Seen; Introduction; Design LSM for Carluccio's Caffe; Curiosity for C-3; Graphics & Designing Inc for Dean & De Luca; Little Diversified Architectural Consulting for Harris Teeter; Landini & Associates for Let's Eat; Claudio Silvestrin for Princi Bakery; Studio Architekten for Teigwaren; Shopping Plus; Introduction; Dieter Poisel @ David Jones for David Jones; Wickham van Eyck for Harvey Nichols; Future Systems for Selfridges; Din & Associates for Woolworths; Kinnersley Kent Design for World of Food House of Fraser; Design Directory; Food Guide; Listings; Shop contact details; Designer and architect details; Photographer details; Bibliography

General Fields

  • : 9780470011768
  • : wiley
  • : wiley
  • : April 2005
  • : 288mm X 227mm X 21mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : J. Peyton
  • : Hardback
  • : 747.8521
  • : 224
  • : col. Illustrations