Collaborated with design team to design a new fixture program for MLB, and implement the fixtures and layout into 30 new stores across the United States.
Designer | Quarter20
Dallas, St. Louis, LaJolla Stores Fall, 2016
The client approached our design team with the challenge to design new retail stores, incorporating the brand message and pushing their current identity. We designed all three stores with a consistent design aesthetic while being mindful of budget and store constraints.
UNTUCKit stores in Dallas and St. Louis were successfully built out while the LaJolla flagship store is currently under construction.
The ask from the client was to redesign the Putter Lab, which is meant to be a workspace as well as a consulting/testing area for TaylorMade’s clientele. Because professional golfers would be hosted in the same space as the craftsmen, a clear division of space and elevated detail materials were utilized throughout the design. The space features a putting green for testing putters as well as a workbench and ample storage units. The office space is tucked behind a wood screen, acting as the highlight piece as well as the feature repeated throughout the space.
After client feedback and approval, the Putter Lab is currently under construction.
The vision of the project was to activated an empty land parcel and the adjacent building (3721 Washington Boulevard) that was demolished in April 2017. The multiphase project unfolded over the course of several months, beginning by painting the building gold prior to demolition, followed by reshaping the topographical contours of the landscape and regenerating the green space. Materials salvaged from the building demolition have been given new life in community design projects.
Terzo Piano at the Art Institute of Chicago required a refresh of the furniture and materials, previously selected by DDA. My role was to aid in selection of materials and seating, as well as create presentation and planning materials to implement the project.