13 Stores, all alike, yet all different. Like many of our retail projects, a strong image was a key ingredient. Yet the actual stores ranged from 500 square feet up to 2000, occupied space of radically different configurations, and had to meet mall design guidelines in 13 different malls from Bellingham to Denver and everywhere in between, including this store in Everett, Washington. All were built on very short schedules.  
  The design was comprised of two different "classes" of construction. One was a series of pre-designed elements, including the display cases, front doors, dressing rooms, cash counter, etc., which did not vary much from store to store. The second was the site-specific modifications that adapted the individual space to accept these elements. The relationship between the two created the dynamic character we were seeking.  
   
Ray C. Freeman III
Ray C. Freeman III
Registered Architect
rayiii@workshop3d.com
(206) 349-3147

Residential
Residential

Commercial
Retail

Office
Office

Miscellany
Miscellany

Marvin L. Wetzel
Licensed Contractor
mlwgc1@gmail.com
(206) 271-4418
Marvin Wetzel