With a total of three different storefronts, the showroom required precise fabrication of unique pieces to accommodate special logo alignment needs.
Dior, Las Vegas. Features a facade with a unique layered composition of carved, bent glass. Over 50 unique, illuminated 1/2" panels - some over 150" in length - are set 12" apart to form the radial facade.
Cartier, Las Vegas. Consisting of more than 200 unique computer-cut panels of acid-etched laminated mirror with custom art film creating a dynamic pattern of alternating, shaded forms.
Rock & Republic, Hollywood, California. Reinforcing brand image with a distinctive style made for the spotlight this structure features heavy fabricated glass in storefront walls as well as doors. A massive one-of-a-kind bent glass showroom display sets the space apart in this intensely competitive high-end market.
Apple, Cerritos, California. Exemplifying iconic Apple Store design, the clean welcoming facade features perfectly fabricated panels of clear low-iron glass. Deceptively simple looking, the structure is comprised of massive 170 inch tall tempered panels.
Chanel, San Francisco, California. This storefront glass features a facade of opaque clad pieces and over-sized merchandising windows the store. The showroom staircase, lined with laminated digital graphic glass, rises two stories and is spanned by a perfectly aligned custom pattern of white spheres.
Tiffany & Co., Beverly Hills, California. A unique custom facade utilizing a custom laminated technique to produce a panel that fades from a blue opaque at the edges to visually clear in the center. Truly one of a kind.