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  • Daniel Woo, the owner of Sushilicious set out to open a fun, fresh, modern, affordable family sushi chain restaurant. With a sense of humor, Sushilicious is a 2,400 square foot cross-cultural experience that pulls inspiration from everything entertaining in Japanese and American pop culture.   Guests are greeted in the reception area with warm, tropical […]


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  • In the fall of 2005 Tiffany & Company hired Ball-Nogues to create the environment for the gala event celebrating the launch of its line of jewelry and accessories designed by architect Frank Gehry. The happening took place on a closed portion of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. It featured temporary constructions that filled the […]


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San Diego megachurch, Rock Church, located in Point Loma, California, is now home to Dlush Lounge, an innovative cafe on the church grounds for all staff, students, Sunday-goers, and visitors to enjoy. Dlush and Pastor Miles McPherson, former NFL player and lead pastor of the 20,000+ attendee megachurch, brought on Colkitt&Co to complete the transformation from stodgy cafeteria, to trendy […]


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Whiteboards are known as a functional necessity, rarely contributing to the atmosphere of its surrounding. Designed by Stefan Borselius, Moow embodies the designers understanding of aesthetic and material, adding to the functional needs of a whiteboard rail system. Framed by a round slightly raised black thin line, Moow leaves an exclusive and neat impression.   […]


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