New Zealand’s Top luxury lifestyle magazine Urbis approached our Interior design Director and asked her to create an urban studio apartment into a converted inner city warehouse on the mezzanine floor ( cafes and shops below) to showcase the leading design trends sought out by client sand the best international products available from New Zealand suppliers.
Parnell, New Zealand
Modernist 3 level townhouse that backs onto a park has artwork and furniture selected by our Interior design Director, the home built as a weekend entertainment space for the owner is a party house, and it comes into its own when 8 people or so are gathered together each able to enjoy the space and see each other
EVENT PRODUCTIONGUCCI NZ LAUNCH
When Gucci first opened its door officially in New Zealand the brand asked our lead designer to create the premier fashion showcase in an old theatre known as the Roxy. A glamorous interior and graphic of black white and gold.
RESTURANTKURA JAPANESE BAR & RESTAURANT
Heritage listed space in the heart of Auckland's main street this interior design utilizes for full effect the stripped back base building . The designer added traditional Japanese carpentry and techniques and combined natural materials- wood , brick ad forged metals b to create a warm ad authentic ambience.
The restaurant is divided into 2 areas, the booth and seating & the sushi bar.
RETAILMOSS FLORIST SHOP
NEWMARKET NEW ZEALAND
A minimalist interior with a flamboyant floral tapestry wall as a backdrop. Passers by see the fresh flowers displayed on the floor and table top shelves and the tapestry fills the vertical visual volume a high visibility presentation of product.
RETAILANGELA DANIEL JEWELERY
NEWMARKET, NEW ZEALAND
Angela Daniel created her own brand od jewelry specifically targeting ladies who buy jewelry for themselves . The brand is ultra feminine and so we created an interior design for Angela that communicated her style the multiple shop fit outs relied heavily on spatial analysis and concept development for designing posh jeweler stores. The space needed to meet all of the program requirements by providing window displays a semi private viewing area, as cash& wrap, a showroom floor and back of house. All of which were to be designed for accessibility.