Sports shop design that fits the bill
Runners, apparently, flock to Teddington, tempted by its proximity to Bushy Park, Richmond Park, and the Thames path, and by Sweatshop, purveyor of specialist running equipment since 1971. So obsessive are the fitness fanatics that Sweatshop's reopening, after a refurbishment by Richard Hywel Evans Architecture & Design, attracted queues. Hywel Evans would like to attribute this enthusiasm to the seductive design, but concedes that it could have something to do with the facilities on ...
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