// arthitectural / Retail
  • Centrally located, the Myer Bourke Street store has witnessed a century of Melbourne’s evolution and has played host to many of its most memorable rituals and festivals, becoming an iconic symbol of the city. However after years of retail service the store could no longer compete on an international level in the rapidly evolving and sophisticated consumer market. In 2007 […]


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  • This mixed use office and retail development sits centrally within the new Danzishi Central Head Quarters in Chongqing, that sits on the banks of the Yangtze River. The brief was to create an interactive retail environment that would interact and reflect with the rich topography that Chongqing is renowned for. The site set many challenges […]


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T2B is a new tea-retailing concept for T2. The “B” stands both for “Brew” and “next” as in their second concept. Unlike its predecessor T2, T2B’s primary business is the sale of brewed tea to take away or to be consumed on premise. A small range of delicious tea based foods and over 200 packaged teas to purchase supplement this. The store […]


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