In the rarefied strata of upmarket apparel retailers, New York's Bergdorf Goodman occupies space at the apogee. But before its renovation, the store's sixth floor bordered on dowdy. Architect James Harb, a New York-based specialist in store planning and design, teamed with lighting consultant Bill Schwinghammer, of Johnson Schwinghammer Inc., to transform the 20,000-sq.-ft. (1,858-sq.-m) selling floor into a warmly elegant, easily navigable space. "The floor doesn't demand a high overall ...
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