IHFC Traffic Hub Signpost   This design was selected from a few exploratory designs produced for the lead architect developing informational traffic signage for the pavilion at the International Home Furnishing Center (IHFC). It was beautifully finessed by the architect but retains the spirit of the original.

Tavo at the Kress   This proposed concept celebrated the history of the Kress Building (circa 1930) and other Kress department stores of times past. These renderings combine environmental and branding concepts for a restaurateur in the early stages of an up-fit of a Kress building space in High Point, N.C., offering customers southern food and lavish cocktails. The design references the building’s Art Deco heritage. Light, airy and shiny like a machine-age department store, suggested finishes are stainless steel, white marble and espresso toned wood.

Sensitive to its famous history as a sit-in site during the 60s, the proposed vestibule wall showcases graphics and photos telling the story of a communities shared past.