She She – Chic Redesign Draws Trendy Clientele
Known for its cutting-edge apparel, She She secured H. Hendy Associates to redesign its boutique store located on trendy El Paseo in Palm Desert. Drawing inspiration from the client’s polka-dot packaging, the design incorporates circular architectural elements and the company’s signature colors in a hip, cohesive update of the 2,000-square-foot space. White tile floors offset luscious milk- and dark-chocolate walls accented with hot pink from the store’s butterfly logo, while circular components of the She She brand repeat in the half-moon checkout desk and round merchandise displays. The beautiful armchairs are the perfect complement at the décor.
Broadstone Candara at Hancock Park – Silver Winner in Development & Design by the 2015 MHN Excellence Awards.
Candara, an intriguing new apartment experience where the warmth and architectural beauty of Southern Spain are delicately blended with modern amenities and luxurious spaces. Majestic, bold, and simply elegant, this intimate community is ideally situated between Larchmont Village and The Wilshire Country Club. Candara offers an impeccably tailored home just off Melrose Boulevard with premier access to all of Downtown Los Angeles.
Bold color bar chairs were used at the kitchen.
This purple velvet armchair is just adorable.
El Pollo Loco – Flexible Layout Supports Evolving Needs
Designed for collaboration and future growth, the office headquarters of El Pollo Loco also accommodates a vital member of our evolving workforce: drop-in telecommuters. Considering an estimated 38 percent of employees will be working outside traditional office space in five years, this leading restaurant chain looked to H. Hendy Associates to develop a progressive, flexible layout for its 25,000-square-foot headquarters. The design features 102 workstations for in-house staff and 14 drop-in workstations for mobile employees.
Within the vibrant, loft-like space are areas designed to foster collaboration, including an open break room, soda fountain, banquette area, and activity hubs. Visiting employees can reserve workspace in the “Dine In” area, while “Drive Thru”–themed spaces encourage spontaneous exchange of ideas.