The Satellite Store is a traveling kiosk designed to introduce lululmon’s technical apparel and playful culture to expanding markets. Intended to break away from traditional stand alone structures the design introduces a sense of play and flexibility through curvilinear architecture.
"Eh" Frame Pop-up
There is no greater nod to Canadian culture than to pay homage to the structures built by pioneers of the great white north. Using the term “Eh” doesn’t hurt either. This mobile pop-up shop is designed around an 8x20 ft. shipping container. The structure was designed to come apart in panels and be packed inside the container for easy shipping to locations across North America.
Supper Club Table
Kit and Ace is founded around the creative class and the exchange of great ideas. Every Kit and Ace shop features a unique supper club table design that reflects that region’s style. When not being used during a supper club event, these tables hold folded product and printed material. Every bench has added storage for quick and easy restocking.
4x4 Display Table
The one word used to describe the 4x4 table is transformable. This table is where seasonal folded product first hits the sales floor, positioned front and center of every shop. The top of the table has a built in copper tray that can be pulled out and reversed to create a smooth wood surface.
Modular Floor Fixtures
The Grab & Go and Accessory Bar floor fixtures are standalone pieces that can be easily placed and repositioned around the shop as needed. The fixtures function as a plinth but have a refined aesthetic that reads more like furniture. Added storage was built into the floating wood cabinet for quick and easy restocking.
The armoire system was developed to highlight new seasonal product merchandised on the Kit and Ace panel wall system. Inside the thin frame is a built in light strip to further enhance the garment’s visibility. Custom U-bar, cross-bar and size dividers were also developed to give added functionality to the system.
Electronic/Hydrogen Vehicle Fueling
In partnership with Powertech Labs Inc. & BC Hydro Power Utility.
Supported by the BC provincial government, these fuel station designs are part of a pilot program to provide British Columbians with clean energy transportation. The design team set out to create iconic and approachable stations that provide conveniently fast EV charging. Responsibilities included: creation of provincially approved messaging, graphic & industrial design ideation, management, fabrication and installation.
Sprout is an indoor planter designed for people who can’t manage to keep their plants alive. The planter creates the perfect environment for successful growth. This includes self-irrigation, full UV spectrum lighting and air flow ventilation. The result is a tool that allows users to grow fresh produce indoors all year round with minimal effort.
In partnership with Shape Properties and Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership.
High Street is a 600,000 square foot (LEED) certified outdoor shopping centre, which aims to bring urban lifestyle to a suburban region. This dense development will deliver a high level of traffic for the region, and is seen as one of the largest outdoor shopping developments in Canada. Personal duties have included Brand creation & implementation, Wayfinding systems and signage design.
lululemon King’s Road
In partnership with Lululemon Athletica
I was contracted to help design the storefront for Lululemon’s newest UK location. It is currently being constructed in London’s Chelsea district on the infamous King’s Road. Responsibilities included brand development, storefront, signage design and interior design.
Kit and Ace Storefronts
Designing storefronts has been a collaboration between myself and the Brand team at Kit and Ace. Together we’ve worked to create a custom palette of exterior-grade materials and finishes that reflect the brand’s contemporary aesthetic. These materials include clear coated copper, hand-mixed wood stains and artisanal Venetian plaster. In one year, our team rolled out 60 shops internationally, these are a few of my favorites.
Abbot Kinney, Los Angeles
West Edmonton Mall, Alberta
El Segundo, California
I led the design of two boutique stores constructed during the expansion of YVR’s International Terminal. One store is a west coast themed gift shop and the other is an Asian fusion restaurant. Responsibilities included brand development, logo design, storefront signage design and interior graphic design.