Another observation from IIJMOIES, this time about IKEA and it’s absolutely spot on:
The layout alone makes you feel like a lab rat. The stores are like psychoactive jigsaw puzzles with moving pieces, designed by a sick Swedish physicist with access to extra dimensions.
They have what look like short cuts between adjoining sections, allowing you to pop through a little walkway from one part of the store to another. But where you end up won’t be where you were trying to get to, even if the store maps said it would be. Worse, if you decide you were better off where you were, and pop back through the hole, you won’t end up where you started, but in a different section again. Sometimes on a different floor altogether. In a different branch of IKEA.