hardline specialty store
Neiman Marcus, Bravern, Bellevue, Wash.
Lighting: LSI Lighting: Cincinnati
Lighting: Pathway, Old Saybrook, Conn.
Lighting: Prescolite, Spartanburg, S.C.
Lighting: RSA Lighting: Chatworth, Calif.
Lighting: Stylmark Inc., Minneapolis
Materials: Architectural Systems Inc., New York
Materials: Bacon Veneer Co., Burr Ridge, Ill.
Materials: Benjamin Moore, Montvale, N.J.
Materials: Brenda Faist Associates, Chicago
Materials: Brookside Veneers Ltd., Cranbury, N.J.
Materials: Chippenhook, Lewisville, Texas
Materials: Dana Bauer Hanson Group, Dalton, Ga.
Materials: Fifield Inc., Hingham, Mass.
Materials: Formica, Cincinnati
Materials: Fortune Contract, Dalton, Ga.
Materials: Innovative Marble & Tile, Hauppauge,
Materials: Jaeckle Distributor, Des Plaines, Ill.
Materials: Karastan, Chicago
Materials: Lamin-Art Inc., Schaumburg, Ill.
Materials: McGrory Glass Inc., Aston, Pa.
Materials: Modern Masters, Sun Valley, Calif.
Materials: Moss Inc., Belfast, Maine
Materials: Nathan Chapin, Chicago
Materials: Nevamar Co. LLC, Odenton, Md.
Materials: Ombre Inc., Evanston, Ill.
Materials: Rose Group, Chicago
Materials: Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland
Snaidero USA Showroom New York
The focal point in this kitchen design showroom is a series of long panels
that jut out from horizontal strips into the space, displaying a varied collection of material finish samples. The lines push and pull, directing customers through the space, and create a “fossil imprint” with strips meant
to feel like geological layers. A chalkboard finish wraps the walls of the
corner office into the conference room where they form display shelving. Visitors are invited to write messages on the chalkboard, interacting
with the space and thus becoming part of the design.
3,000 sq. ft.
Design: Giorgio Borruso Design,
Marina Del Rey, Calif.
Fixtures: T. Alongi Inc., St.
Leonard, PQ, Canada
Retailer: Snaidero USA,
Materials: Skyline Design: Chicago
Materials: Spinney Beck, Chicago
Materials: Surface Group International,
Materials: Tandus Group, Chicago
Materials: Twin City Creative Mirror, Burnsville,
Materials: Unico, Dallas
Materials: Valtekz, Charlotte, N.C.
Materials: Wilsonart International, Temple,
Retailer: Neiman Marcus Group, Dallas
Wall Treatment: Area International, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Carnegie, Chicago
Wall Treatment: D.L. Couch, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Designtex Group, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Donghia, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Hirshfield’s Inc., Minneapolis
Wall Treatment: Holly Hunt, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Integrated Lighting Concepts,
Westlake Village, Calif.
Wall Treatment: Knoll Textiles, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Koroseal Midwest, Franklin
Wall Treatment: Maharam, Chicago
Wall Treatment: MDC Wallcovering, Elk Grove
Wall Treatment: Modular Arts, Seattle
Wall Treatment: Studio E, New York
Wall Treatment: Three Form, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Thybony, Chicago
Wall Treatment: Wolf Gordon/Scuffmaster,
Long Island City, N. Y.
Architecture: Ted Moudis &
Associates, New York
Ceiling: Tiffany & Radius Track
Fixtures: High Country
Millwork, Longmont, Colo.
Shawmut Design &
Construction, New York
Lighting Design: Cooley
Monato Studio, New York
& Co., New York
Stairs: Louis Hoffman,
Within the diamond-shaped façade, the intent was to create an iconic celebration of Tiffany & Co., while
continuing the theme with crystalline and reflective finishes. The striking Grand Stair, clad in white quartz
with a brushed stainless steel stringer and railing and curved glass baluster, features a lighting detail that
ties the staircase design to the multi-layered ceiling. Freestanding column vitrines incorporate bronze
decorative glass, with the tallest standing at nearly 12 feet. The ceiling swoops up to 85 feet, meeting at
a point on the façade, which leans over the walkway below. Its “peeling” layers are a different plane with
light emitting from the separation between each plane. Both the ceiling and staircase are visible from the
street through a glass façade. The intermediate landing also features a “Wedding Proposal Bench” built
into it, attached to the façade and providing a dramatic view of the ceiling and Las Vegas Boulevard.