Written by Jonathan Perry
Something that is a noticeable difference in the vast Greek culture is the way stores, particularly clothing stores, are laid out. I went on a mission to find myself a pair of house shoes to wear around the Artemis and couldn't help but noticing two unusual things. One being that all the stores are much smaller and more compact as compared to the vast selection of department stores and super centers, But the other thing that stuck out as different was how the store was laid out. Rather than keeping their inventory in the back they have a spiral staircase that goes down into a basement where they keep supplies or goods. This saves space because rather than expanding out, they expand down.