Designing Retail: Nike Stadium
In an effort to reinvent retail space and foster a community connection, athletic brand Nike started unveiling Nike Stadium locations in 2010. The locations in New York, Berlin, London, Milan, Tokyo and Paris “refresh” every few months, offering a mix of space for live performances and art exhibits, as well as a platform to increase retail awareness (Nike will, of course, find a way to push products). The ever-evolving locations provide an adaptive presentation space for design, architecture, and retail marketing.
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Join mycologist Leon Shernoff and Slow Food Chicago for a guided hunt for morels. Leon is the editor of Mushroom The Journal of Wild Mushrooming, the only North American consumer magazine for people who hunt morels, porcini, and other interesting fungi. The hunt location will be near Vie Restaurant. Weather and conditions will dictate the exact location. The meeting spot will be posted on www.slowfoodchicago.org on Friday, May 1. Suggested gear: Sturdy shoes, small knife for trimming the ends of the mushroom, and a bag to hold the mushrooms. Space is limited, so make sure to RSVP to the contact below.
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