JRS designed this retail center in the vernacular of an upscale village streetscape replete with architectural elements and materials from the area. With over 1,000 feet of prime frontage, we planned for generous green space including a park while still providing for ample parking and store traffic flow.
Style takes center stage at Gant’s office / apparel showroom. Custom millwork is used throughout with natural wood cabinetry and vintage modern furniture as backdrop to the casual sophistication of the brand. A 700 SF terrace provides views of the Fifth Avenue locale.
As part of our ongoing work with mall-owner Westfield Corporation, JRS implemented a total facelift and upgrade for its JCPenney anchor. Teaming with Westfield’s own construction unit, we provided all cost estimating, budgeting, and scheduling for the project.
JRS was called back for this fast track expansion at our client’s Flatiron District location. Taking two additional full floors above their showroom JLA envisioned open loft-like interiors in which to showcase their lines. Faced with a Market Week opening deadline, JRS delivered a completed project, ready to receive industry buyers, within an aggressive two month schedule.
For the launch of luxury label Natori’s premier line of home textiles JRS created an elegant retail setting defined by clean lines, soft color schemes, and custom lighting effects. To meet the targeted grand opening the project was fast-tracked and completed in just twelve weeks.
Our direction at Brick was the rebranding of its shopping center as a single entity. Increased visibility and unification of disparate tenants was achieved through, façade upgrade, a variegated roof line, and new signage standards. “Vandal Proof” materials were specified for durability and ease of maintenance.
The impact of this retail location is provided by the collection itself. Vibrant sheets, bath towels, and comforters dominate against a backdrop of color neutral display cases and wood flooring. Extensive track lighting has been discretely housed in a ceiling designed to mimic the shelving below.