// arthitectural / California
  • 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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The pavilion’s interior in its refurbished status is enriched by fluid forms that structure the torus-like exhibition loop and therefore differentiate the visitor’s tour. The aim is to utilize the existing quality of the sculpted internal walls and space divisions to enhance the visitor’s experience and provide rhythmical spatial sequences for a sensually differentiated walk-through. […]


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The Averbode Abbey’s Square in Belgium, designed by OMGEVING, wins the Public Space Award 2013. The jury was mainly impressed with the sophisticated simplicity of the project, which enhances the appreciation of its historical surrounding. According to the jury: ‘The Abbey Square is a distinguished example of exquisite minimalism.’ With a determined serenity and unity […]


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