Date: March, 10, 2011 / Author: Jennifer Anderson
Categories: Office Design FAQ, Photos
When Lily Chung, O.D. was ready to open a new practice, she settled on a space in a new mixed use retail/residential development in Monterey Park, CA. Although the space was small (1100 SF) it had a nearly 30 foot wide storefront that would give her new practice great visibility. She asked Barbara Wright Design for a contemporary interior that would appeal to the mostly Asian residents of the area. Although she would carry top name brands like Chanel, Gucci and Tom Ford she planned to offer some moderate price lines as well.
Dr. Chung wanted curving shapes in her interior and in her logo and warm inviting colors that would attract fashion-conscious and more conservative patients alike. Our design features multiple circular soffits along with a circular motif logo that was blown up and applied to the wall behind the reception counter.
Seven "shopper-stopper" feature cases march along the entire storefront enticing shoppers to step in and check out the eyewear.
See more photos of this office at: www.BarbaraWrightDesign.com
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