What is the best look and feel?
Can it carry sufficient merchandise?
Is the branding effective?
Is it ergonomically correct?
Is it functionally suitable & durable?
(can lead to over-engineering and excessive material usage)
Is it within budget?
Can we use some or all of the existing fixtures?
Can we reuse the existing chassis or any individual components?
How can we extend the life of the new unit?
Are there alternative, more sustainable materials available?
What is the carbon impact of our selection?
Does the design optimise materials using and minimise waste?
What is the impact on transport and installation?
How can the design aid the unit's deconstruction and disposal?
Will there be revenue opportunities which can offset the demise process costs?
Aside from business ethos, the case for utilising more sustainable retail fixtures is compelling, and we can provide specialist support at all stages of the design and trial process.
Our sustainable design assessment can lead in a number of directions but to read how this approach benefited one of our customers please click here to see our case study where we helped design a new desk system for Tesco’s that embodied our approach to sustainable design.
To book an appointment with our design team click here, or telephone +44 (0)1858 410007.
Quantum 4 won the SME premier award at the BCE Awards ceremony held on the 8th June 2010 after entering the Awards for the first time this year following the development and successful implementation of its Ecosmart Fixture Design system.... more
WRAP's halving waste to landfill initiative helps UK businesses and individuals reduce waste & develop more sustainable practices... more.
... our experience of improving the Sustainability of store fixtures shows that major cost savings can be achieved hand-in-hand with ‘Eco-smart’ improvements to fixture design... more.