New York, NY
This project is a 1,200 square foot boutique leather retail store, Rufskin. To compliment the store brand, MVA was asked to implement a modern retail environment with clean, sharp lines and refined textural highlights. Custom fixtures and built-in show cases form a strong frame for the merchandise while select use of stained oak, tile, and stone give polished accents to the space. An open plan with oversized mirrors and a glass-curtain changing room concept help create a light feel throughout.  

Boston, MA
This project is the 1,200 square foot renovation for a Candid, dental retail concept. The design features three dental scan stations defined by internally illuminated folded paper partitions and over-sized pendants above. Further accents include venetian plaster finishes, back-lit graphic light boxes, and neon signage.   

New York, NY
This project is the renovation for Midoma, a combination boutique hair salon and art gallery. The challenge of fitting this complex program within a 1,700 square Fashion District loft was efficiently resolved with a 40' long feature wall. The wall serves as a backdrop for monthly artist exhibitions while also providing enclosure for back-of- house storage and restrooms. 

This project is the nationwide execution of the Armani Collezzioni concept from Giorgio Armani. Typical layouts feature
a generous open floor plan and custom built high-end merchandise fixtures. The walls of the luminous main volume are
lined by backlit stainless steel panels supporting both shelves and hang fixtures. This central floor area, devoid of
internal partitions, is defined through a series of low, linear, wood and metal cabinets intersected by frosted glass
panels. As the store’s signature focal point, a large expanse of backlit frosted glass anchors the rear of the floor.

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Note: Select projects illustrated on this website were developed by the Principal of MVA while with prior firms.