Chipman Design Architecture
We are so thrilled to be the architect and design firm collaborating with TimeOut on this incredible, high-profile project in our hometown of Chicago, Illinois!
As a restaurant trend that continues to expand across the globe, food halls provide a diverse and multi-generational experience for the growing 'foodie culture.' The publisher of Time Out entertainment magazines plans to open one of the largest food halls in Chicago in 2019, in the Fulton Market district that’s already a destination for foodies.
Time Out Market Chicago is planned for a three-level, nearly 50,000-square-foot building. It will include 600 seats, and The Chicago magazine’s editorial staff will curate 16 food stations from local vendors. The market also will include three bars, a demonstration kitchen, retail and local art.
“The strength of the Time Out brand in Chicago combined with the city’s fantastic food and culture scene make this a great location for a new Time Out Market …” Time Out Group CEO Julio Bruno said in the news release.
Chipman Design participated in the panel, "Creating Experiential Spaces with Virtual Reality".
Lauren focused on sharing with the audience how virtual reality was instrumental in the planning and designing of the Manhattan ULTA Beauty flagship location. Uses included proactively troubleshooting specific challenges with VR goggles used by contractors on the job site, which proved to be an effective measure to save costs and time on the build out and ensured everyone involved in the project was on the same page. Her takeaway was how virtual reality can be used at the construction phases of a project to create an optimal outcome.
Thank you so much to Architectural Systems, Inc. for hosting the incredible Virtual Reality and the Retail Experience panel discussion this past week in New York! CEO, Lauren Chipman, had a great time presenting how Chipman Design approaches VR throughout all phases of the project.
Browse more photos in our Retail Design Portfolio: Ulta Beauty
Take 77,000 square feet in Times Square and create the ultimate, iconic brand experience!
Chipman Design is proudly the architectural firm responsible for the new Gap and Old Navy stores in Times Square. Partnering with Gap Inc. and Schimenti Construction Company was a rewarding, multi-year journey. Enjoy this video showcasing the stores as well as the process.
CDA Design Principal, Jay Miranda, was a judge at this year's rd+d awards!
The rd+d awards judging took place in our offices yesterday! Winners will be announced soon! We had designers and consultants from Hyatt, Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants, Simeone Deary Design Group, SONNY + ASH, and Chipman Design Architecture! Thanks to them for spending the day with us and thanks to YOU for submitting so many amazing projects!
Our amazing Design Manager, Meg Stevens, spoke at BDNY 2017 about current hospitality trends in Senior Living as well as the intricacies of designing for and installing nationally in these communities.
Compiling an impressive portfolio that spans both hospitality as well as senior living design, Meg is recognized for pushing the envelope in senior living with her hospitality background. The constant in every design project Meg undertakes is her understanding of the client, their needs, her implementation of the design and her meticulous attention to detail.
At Chipman Design, Meg is charged with design management and takes projects from conceptualization through completion. Managing the Senior Living Design Team, she has created warm and inviting environments for the senior community throughout the United States. She is adept at developing the overall interior concept, creating the design direction and space plan as well as overlaying materials and finishes. Her management skills continue through construction documents and specifications, FF+E budgeting, design presentations, project installs and all client relations.
Browse more photos in our Hospitality Design Portfolio: Senior Living