An existing design feature at Target’s new Santa Barbara store is a half-circle arch that provides a convenient location for the company’s trademark bulls-eye logo. Target officials presented the Architectural Board of Review with their proposed changes for the 32,000-square-foot State Street building, which is substantially smaller than the retailer’s normal size.
An existing design feature at Target’s new Santa Barbara store is a half-circle arch that provides a convenient location for the company’s trademark bulls-eye logo. Target officials presented the Architectural Board of Review with their proposed changes for the 32,000-square-foot State Street building, which is substantially smaller than the retailer’s normal size. Target Corp. illustration
An existing design feature at Target’s new Santa Barbara store is a half-circle arch that provides a convenient location for the company’s trademark bulls-eye logo. Target officials presented the Architectural Board of Review with their proposed changes for the 32,000-square-foot State Street building, which is substantially smaller than the retailer’s normal size. Target Corp. illustration