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National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Bookshop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The bookshop was designed in response to the strong orthogonal geometry of the 1960s Art Gallery by Roy Grounds . The modular stained plywood display units are organised to create an interactive shopping environment. Stacked to different heights, in places they form seats, table height displays or screens to create a sense of enclosure for the book browsing area. The existing shelving units around the perimeter of the shop were recyled but with a new shelf and pin system to create a flexible, attractive display wall.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Bookshop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The bookshop was designed in response to the strong orthogonal geometry of the 1960s Art Gallery by Roy Grounds . The modular stained plywood display units are organised to create an interactive shopping environment. Stacked to different heights, in places they form seats, table height displays or screens to create a sense of enclosure for the book browsing area. The existing shelving units around the perimeter of the shop were recyled but with a new shelf and pin system to create a flexible, attractive display wall.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Bookshop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The bookshop was designed in response to the strong orthogonal geometry of the 1960s Art Gallery by Roy Grounds . The modular stained plywood display units are organised to create an interactive shopping environment. Stacked to different heights, in places they form seats, table height displays or screens to create a sense of enclosure for the book browsing area. The existing shelving units around the perimeter of the shop were recyled but with a new shelf and pin system to create a flexible, attractive display wall.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Paper Shop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The paper section of the NGV book shop was conceived as a "shop within a shop", with a brand identity that can be transfered to department stores in the future. The design was developed through a series of folded paper models. The simple but effective construction is made from painted mdf, with pvc pipes to display rolled up posters, and cut out slots to display paper.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Paper Shop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The paper section of the NGV book shop was conceived as a "shop within a shop", with a brand identity that can be transfered to department stores in the future. The design was developed through a series of folded paper models. The simple but effective construction is made from painted mdf, with pvc pipes to display rolled up posters, and cut out slots to display paper.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



National Gallery of Victoria International Melbourne, Paper Shop

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


The paper section of the NGV book shop was conceived as a "shop within a shop", with a brand identity that can be transfered to department stores in the future. The design was developed through a series of folded paper models. The simple but effective construction is made from painted mdf, with pvc pipes to display rolled up posters, and cut out slots to display paper.

Lisa collaborated on this project from concept to construction, acting as project architect for the construction.



Portmans Womens Clothing Chain

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


Our brief was to reinvent the Portmans store concept and create a template that was adaptable to work across their other stores in the future. We introduced fabric, texture, femininity and sophistication.

Lisa acted as project architect for the furniture components from concept to detail design.



Portmans Womens Clothing Chain

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


Our brief was to reinvent the Portmans store concept and create a template that was adaptable to work across their other stores in the future. We introduced fabric, texture, femininity and sophistication.

Lisa acted as project architect for the furniture components from concept to detail design.



Portmans Womens Clothing Chain

Tandem Design Studio, 2006-08


Our brief was to reinvent the Portmans store concept and create a template that was adaptable to work across their other stores in the future. We introduced fabric, texture, femininity and sophistication.

Lisa acted as project architect for the furniture components from concept to detail design.

Retail

Lisa has experience of retail design. Whilst at Tandem Design Studio, she was the project architect on the highly commended National Gallery of Victoria International Bookshop. She also collaborated on the concept design for the new Portmans womens clothing chain across Australia.

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