LocationShort Hills, New Jersey
The construction of the Mackage boutique at Short Hills Mall was an 8-week project, during which the existing 1,712 SF space was gutted and renovated in line with drawings from Toronto-based architecture firm, Burdifilek. Storefront work entails new structural steel and glazing metal to match mall requirements. This also entailed the installation of new clear tempered glass and concealed lighting systems. Black stone tiles and dark wall panels are used throughout the sales area to serve as a contrast point for fluorescent blue imagery which are further illuminated by lightboxes. A millwork enclosure is located at the boutique’s center, which is outfitted with floor to ceiling wood panels. Scope of work also included the installation of stone cube display units, stone cashwrap, wall mounted hangbar fixtures, display shelving, and mirrors. BOH improvements encompassed –but is not limited to - the provision of new shelving, plumbing systems, appliances, and accessories.