Located in a strip neighborhood shopping center, this 1,450 square feet corner unit’s original single pane small windows and stucco and brick façade, not only was oddly different from the rest of the center, but it limited the visibility of the space.
The existing stucco façade was removed and replaced with energy efficient large glass storefront and entry; increasing the street visibility of the store; providing for an inviting entry experience.
The interior rectilinear layout acknowledges the owners need to maximize shelf space, while realizing owner’s desire for visual fluidity between the different spaces.
With a turnkey budget of $83 a square foot, inclusive of FF&E, design details were kept simple and only the common most readily available, commonly used materials were specified. The original concrete floor cleaned and stained, and existing overhead pipes painted dark to blend in.
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