Retail / Furniture Designer
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Retail Interiors

Retail Interiors

I have had the pleasure of working on some fantastic projects with exciting clients. Feel free to browse through a selection of my favourites below, where I have outlined the role I played within completion of the interior, and of course the architects behind the project.


Designed by Lusted Green the Peerless team worked closely with the architects themselves and shopfitters Roebuck and Holmes to alter products from our standard range to suit the space. After a site visit, my job was to produce a set of Peerless production ready drawings and liaise with our manufacturing department to ensure a smooth production.


Working alongside the Peerless sales team who were in direct contact with the retailer, my job was to produce drawings for the components required. Due to our extensive and somewhat modular product range, more often than not, my job will be to update existing drawings to manufacture bespoke components as opposed to creating a solution from scratch.


Designed by HMKM and installed by Central Shopfitters. Working with project managers my task was to create a production ready set of drawings from the concepts supplied. At Peerless we bridge the gap between conceptual idea and feasible solution. It was down to us to ensure we provided a functional yet completely bespoke system, by modifying slightly the concepts supplied.


The MIKI House store is a fantastic Harrods concession located in between Giorgio Armani and Burberry. At Peerless, myself and the team worked closely with the shopfitter Benchworks, to design and manufacture the telescopic chrome metalwork frame. To supplement this we supplied a selection of our standard slotted uprights and brackets.


Located in the heart of central London on Kings road, FOS Fashion have numerous fashion brands on display at their showroom. FOS came to Peerless with a simple requirement, a basic yet sophisticated product to flaunt their stylish clothing brands. I created the custom stainless steel units (seen above) altering stock frame drawings to suit.


I built up a fantastic relationship with the purchasing team in the soft furnishings department at Heals. When designing the bespoke fittings (consisting of the floor displays, freestanding units and a custom wall hanging system) numerous site visits allowed me to understand exactly what it was they needed, which in turn resulted in a satisfied customer.


In conjunction with the Peerless project management team, I was tasked to alter stock drawings from our extensive library, to create bespoke OMNI units for this high street fashion retailer. Opening 4 new shops in the run up to the Christmas / New year period, a quick turnaround was required which involved creating production drawings, product layouts, as well as elevations and visuals for the client.


With the Peerless name being synonymous with quality, we are often fortunate enough to be specified for many major new retail builds. Our name was specified for the BA i360 tower gift shop, and our standard SU.25 uprights were installed alongside bespoke shelving. My task was to take concept visuals and create flat patterns and manufacturing drawings to match.


A long standing customer at Peerless, the Oliver Bonas team have won numerous awards for the unique ways they present their interiors. Constantly keeping on top of the image and drawing libraries, my task also includes creating drawings for their in-house purchasing teams to approve for new stores including the one recently opened in 'One new change' St.Pauls.


Izzy shoes are a rare gem of a store opening for us at Peerless, as we have direct contact with the team opening their first store in our hometown Letchworth Garden City. Myself and a member of the sales team are currently managing the project, liaising with shopfitters and producing visuals for a shop-fit, which is broken down into phases 1 & 2. Click here for more.

I am also currently working on a number of undisclosed retail interior projects, most of which fall under the upmarket fashion, accessories and gift-ware umbrella. Please note, due to the competitive nature of the industry and the blue chip clients / major design agencies I have had the privilege of working with, unfortunately not all projects I've worked on are able to be featured within my portfolio.