A new location designed to display French 1950’s furniture, lighting, painting, and sculpture. The heightened storefront is now more grand in scale, with windows that stretch upwards to reveal the gallery’s second-floor lofted showroom. A dramatic red stair railing invites guest to browse the decorative objects.
The Daily Cafe is a collaborative project between Henry Myerberg and product designer Tucker Viemeister. It incorporates industrial raw materials into the inviting space, a nod to the American vernacular of coffee shops and soda fountains. The revolving sign at the main entrance summons guests into a down-to-earth, casual environment that retains a stylish charm.
Various Store Locations in US
This is a retail presentation program for the Dockers brand. The objective was to communicate the message of the brand and provide a highly efficient and functional display system in department store settings. The presentation for the Authentics division of Dockers was a shop set behind a billboard of product display on one side and a giant advertising message on the other side. The shop can be set up in two days from a kit of display fixtures, standard frame elements and graphics.
This interior renovation for a restaurant bar on three levels in Manhattan’s SoHo district was inspired by French 1950’s design and showcases original classic furniture of the period: chairs and tables by Jean Prouve, lighting by Serge Mouille and a bar top by George Nakashima. Construction materials are inexpensive, industrial and off the shelf to complement the unique character of the neighborhood and furnishings.