Demolition and renovation of an existing 2,400 square feet leased space, including the integration of the Rolls/Bentley interior furniture standards. This is the first showroom in the United States opened by Keith Sanders.
Renovation and design of a 40,000 square feet retail space including a Yves St. Laurent boutique. The style of this high-end haute couture fashion houses was conveyed in this newly appointed space through the detailing, finishes, and interior lighting designs.
ACG Architects worked closely with Saks Jandel for their newly designed Giorgio Armani boutique. Special emphasis was placed upon portraying the Armani style. This was conveyed through the detailing, finishes, and interior lighting.
351,000 square feet of retail space spanning five levels with 49,240 square feet of space for ten movie theaters and 65,096 square feet of office space. The project was in partnership with Petrie Dierman Kughn.
As part of a companies' expansion program, ACG Architects was retained to design multiple 20,000 square feet stores in Virginia, New York, and Connecticut. In conjunction with the Sutton Place team, out firm designed a dynamic, free-flowing environment to showcase the companies' merchandise. The McLean, Virginia location is featured as an industry sourcebook entitled, "Specialty Food Store Design."
Sutton Place Gourmet | Virginia, New York, & Connecticut
Bridging the Atlantic, ACG Architects worked closely with Saks Jandel to integrate the styling and sensibilities of the prestigious clothing designer Louis Féraud into the project. Clean modern lines and an intricate display lighting design highlights the transformation of the boutiques image.