Gross healthcare supply store by Heikaus, Kornwestheim – Germany

September 11th, 2012 by retail design blog

Gross is known mainly for its health care supply stores in Ludwigsburg and its area. The traditional company with more than 150 years of success in the business merges health with lifestyle. This combination is difficult to present at times. Heikaus did a great job of it in the new rooms in Kornwestheim.

Bright and clear shapes, soft wood tones with Ferrara oak highlights perfectly match the orange of the Gross logo that has also been included in small accessories. Unobtrusive light sources and differentiated presentation options perfectly illuminate the typically very diverse items of the health care supply store. The customer will find fitness items in the front area facing the street, for example.

The central information terminal supports the company’s employees in meeting customer wishes quickly and satisfactorily. Longer consulting interviews as they are typical in the healthcare area can be held in the consulting rooms that have been specifically set up for this purpose. Heikaus GmbH represents innovative shop design from a single source. Heikaus Interior implements and constructs, Heikaus Concept provides the design. The designwork is also from Heikaus.




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