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Blazer at Mandurah Forum
This clothing and hat shop was designed to capture the attention of a younger clientele by using a black palette throughout the shop with splashes of colour.
Scattered random colours on the ceiling give a 'wow' factor to the interior combined with pine wood timber colour. Black powder coated wire mesh was introduced on the facade of the shop to create an interesting and chic look.
Most of the high-quality joinery was imported from overseas which helped the client reduce their start up cost involved in setting up the shop.
Frank's Texas Smokehouse
Frank's is the first Texas Barbeque restaurant in Victoria Park, Western Australia and is one of the biggest in Australia. This 300 square metre building is situated on over 1000 square metres and was originally build in the 1950's as a car yard.
The client wanted to keep most of the existing look of the building, maintaining the building's history while blending the old and new.
The kitchen and the counter was the focal point in our overall planning as an access point for customers. For that reason, we positioned the counter and kitchen close to the adjacent indoor an outdoor dining area which allows more ease of traffic for staff and customers throughout the restaurant.
OM Jewellery at Joondalup Shopping Centre
The shop is located in a prime position and is easily accessed from different entry points of the shopping centre. To create an inviting place for the customer we incorporated floor-to-ceiling glazing panels on the shopfront with tall display cabinets as an advertising element. The illuminated logo sits on a black gloss surface protruding from the glazing panel to create a three-dimensional feel to the facade supported by a timber column as part of the shopfront feature.
Gloss floor tiles reflect light and give the illusion of a larger space. The combination of timber, black gloss finish, clear glass panel and high quality polished mirror emanate style, class and prestige.