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  • 1. retail • financial • hospitality design residential • interiors • commercial summer 2010
  • 2. capabilities
  • 3. reillystudios is an architectural and envi- ronments design collaborator and consulting studio focused on the inventive conception of built environments. We utilize the right blend of architectural and interior design with graph- ics and technology to convey the branding and positioning of companies. We provide compelling spaces that sell. We also specialize in providing residential design solutions for developers striving to accommodate a chosen demo- graphic as well as solutions for discriminating buyers who desire distinctive homes or vacation getaways that reflect their individual personalities and dreams. reillystudios brings together, through strategic partnerships, the right talent at the right time to fulfill each clients’ needs. We strive to provide the most efficient way possible for large development interests and small or start-up companies to benefit from our experience, and that of our partners, to bring them the exceptional creativity and service one might expect of a much larger studio. we create inspired environments
  • 4. the studios •fine residential •retail •financial •hospitality •interiors •commercial •furniture •millwork •fixtures •signature elements image courtesy apartment interiors tangram3ds west end boston, ma
  • 5. we design fine residential interiors hospitality financial retail •distinctive homes •residential •boutique hotels •banks •retail concept development •vacation getaways •commercial •inns •credit unions •branded environments •condos •corporate •spas •signature elements •customer experiences •lofts •hospitality •design concepts •retail fixtures •store planning •specialty structures •loft/condo •interiors •branded palettes •fixture design •model units •graphics •digital fixutres|content •restaurant •furniture •food service commercial •design feasibility studies •project concepting •approvals materials •design partnering •joint ventures •as-built documentation real estate graphics •architectural rendering •preliminary concepts •presentation materials •approvals materials •marketing material •as-built documentation
  • 6. collaboration contract consulting design collaboration strategic partnerships •third party design consulting •on site team member •architects •sales support|presentations •design charrettes •interior designers •on call design concepting •in-house design consulting •industrial designers •production|presentation support •CAD consulting/production •graphic designers •illustration|rendering •design concepting •visualization & animation consultants •retainer or hourly consulting •presentation •brand & strategy consultants •real estate developers •real estate brokerage houses •promotional resource shops •design/build companies •millwork shops
  • 7. element store greatenvironments should create a deeper, richer experience for your clients, customers and employess by creating memorable and tangible experiences must clearly communicate tangible features and intangible benefits that will attract customers’ attention and draw them into interaction wsfs bank, greenville, de 1st advantage federal credit union
  • 8. brandedenvironments there are two sides to every brand Since your brand really is the promise you make to • the part you create your customers, shouldn’t your environment reinforce • the part that is kept in the mind of the consumer that promise with a great customer experience? investment banking suite concept for amsouth bank novobranch protomodel
  • 9. greathomes image courtesy of tangram3ds should be a reflection of you and your personality. it should be your refuge, your shelter, and a place to inspire. it should not only compliment your lifestyle but enhance it. it really comes alive and becomes another member of the family. we’d like to help you create that. you may already know exactly what your house should look like? you may need help finding your particluar style? we can help you find it and along with your program create a great home greatgetaways should create a deeper, richer experience for you, your family, and your guests by creating memorable and tangible experiences it should be more than an extension of the home you left behind. it should be a destination. like a great inn, hotel or an out of the way cabin it should create elkstone 21 great memories telluride, co
  • 10. master bedroom suite in slopeside condo elkstone slopeside
  • 11. fineresidentialdesign early design concepts for a summer home on the water in kennebunkport maine kennebunkport summer house
  • 12. fineresidentialdesign laudholm farm residence
  • 13. sun deck papandrea residence wells, me
  • 14. fineresidentialdesign paddy creek cottage
  • 15. second floor concept original concept sketch kennebunkport, maine first floor concept
  • 16. fineresidentialdesign cullen bay villa
  • 17. driveway view concept sketch river view
  • 18. fineresidentialdesign browns court beach house proposed design for a multi-family summer vacation rental residence in Rye Beach, NH
  • 19. existing house to removed
  • 20. fineresidentialdesign stark house dover, nh rear view lake cottage amato cottage swain’s lake, nh kennebunk beach, me
  • 21. summer sottage kennebunkport, me ammonnusuc cabin bethlehem, nh bradley residence kennebunk, me
  • 22. interiordesign vestaboston
  • 23. images courtesy of tangram3ds bedroom bathroom working with Tangram3DS we completed the interior design of a model unit to be used in the marketing program for the Emerson Place II phase of the new West End Development in Boston for Equity Residential first concept plan “interiors designed to your market and demographic”
  • 24. interiordesign american brewery lofts
  • 25. proposed interior working with Tangram3DS we images courtesy of tangram3ds completed the interior design of a model unit to be used in the marketing program for the American Brewery Lofts in Jamaica Plain, MA for The Proccatianti Group. america brewery lofts jamaica plain, ma existing space
  • 26. hospitalitydesign chase hill banquet & conference center breakwater inn & spa the white barn inn us hotels group breakwater inn & spa riverside building
  • 27. la quinta inn newington
  • 28. hospitalitydesign white barn inn kennebunk, me
  • 29. new junior suite design
  • 30. fineresidentialdesign maine cottage resort sun deck
  • 31. maine cottages seasonal resort cottages south coastal, maine
  • 32. financialretaildesign rendering of proposed new prototype design interior of new prototype and its signature millwork components and palette new prototype plan
  • 33. VIKING BANK “brand icon” new prototype design rendering of proposed retrofit of exisiting fast food restaurant utilizing new prototype design interior of proposed retrofit of exisiting fast food restaurant utilizing new prototype look and feel new prototype plan “designed to be migratable” image courtesy of tangram3ds
  • 34. financialretaildesign reillystudios collaborated with NovoBranch to design a new branch protomodel package that could be quickly and efficiently implemented at a competitive price-point to the conventional design-bid-build model. The goal was to provide a flexible kit-of- novobranch protomodel parts that could be rolled out based on the brand of individual baks and credit unions nationwide
  • 35. • early design concept • aerial view showing design as inline store • logo / brand • point-of-sale material design mock-ups
  • 36. financialretaildesign wsfs bank protomodel
  • 37. photo of recently completed protomodel in millsboro, de reillystudios collaborated with Ryan Bank Concepts on the design of a new proto- model for WSFS bank of Wilmington, DE. The goal was to refresh their current pro- totype while providing a design that would provide a more efficient branch operating model. The branch could be built with a smaller budget while enabling the branch to be operated with fewer full-time employees. The protomodel could also be built in a smaller footprint utilizing the same elements and providing an identical environment.
  • 38. financialretaildesign reillystudios collaborated with brandpartners to design a new branch protomodel package that could be utlized in not only de novo branches of varying sizes but in the retrofit and renovation new bank protomodel of existing branches abtained thru acquisition. The goal was to create a strong physical brand identity in an efficient model.
  • 39. • exterior concept perspective • aerial view showing design as inline store • inline interior • alternate concept perspective • retrofit concepts
  • 40. financialretaildesign reillystudios collaborated with brandpartners to efficiently and cost effectively refresh the look of alaska usa’s current branch network to better express alaska usa’s brand in the alaska and seattle markets alaska usa protomodel through a system of signature components, merchandising elements and new finish and furniture palette.
  • 41. financialretaildesign reillystudios collaborated with brandpartners inc and robert reid wedding architects on the redesign of suntrust’s current prototype to provide a more efficient branch. new designs could be utilized throughout their entire footprint and offers architectural flexibility to suite local styles while offering suntrust protomodel better customer and employee experiences and better representation of the banks product and service offerings.
  • 42. financialretaildesign Ron Reilly was the lead designer while at Brandpart- ners during the design and implementation of a new prototype design for 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union. New design could be utilized throughout their entire footprint and offers architectural flexibility to suite local styles while offering better customer and 1st advantage protomodel employee experiences and better representation of the credit union’s product and service offerings.
  • 43. financialretaildesign 1st advantage fcu headquarters
  • 44. Ron Reilly was the lead designer while at Brandpartners during the design and implementation of the new headquarters retail branch for 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union. The design utilized the same palette and signature elements used throughout their entire footprint.
  • 45. financialretaildesign Ron Reilly was the lead designer while at Brandpartners during the design and implementation of a new prototype design for Viking Bank. New building design as well as the signature element package and palette could be utilized throughout their entire footprint while offering viking bank w seattle better customer and employee experiences and better representation of the credit union’s product and service offerings.
  • 46. financialretaildesign “the building is the physical representation of your brand” midcoast fcu Ron Reilly was principal designer for exterior of this new branch design for MidCoast Credit Union. The design was to reflect the client’s new thomaston, me brand and reflect the local seaside Down East Maine architecture with a subtle representation of a lighthouse.
  • 47. Reilly Studios worked with Branch Development Group on design concept proposals to capital one bank migrate Capital One Bank’s current palette into smaller, more efficient branches that could be rolled out more cost effectively.
  • 48. financialretaildesign brandedpalettes 10 Main Street Rochester, NH 03839 Ph: 603.335.1400 Fx: 603.335.4542 ©2005 BrandPartners Retail Inc. All rights reserved. Information, material, and designs in this document are proprietary to and owned by BrandPartners Retail Inc. and may not be disclosed to any third party, reproduced, posted on a global computer information network, or distributed in any way without the written consent from BrandPartners Retail Inc. Gloucester . 1st Advantage FCU 2005 “embraces technology and provides opportunities for remote branding” signatureelements
  • 49. custommillwork “efficient & consistent look and feel for new branches, renovations and retrofits”
  • 50. buildingconcepts “fits comfortably in its surroundings ” fosters center Ron Reilly worked with Sumner Davis Architects developing concpets for the master planning and desing of a large mixed-use development that would replace the former headquarters of a regional newspaper.
  • 51. and fits comfortably in its surroundings ” Program includeds retail and restaurant space as well as offices and residential apartments and condominiums
  • 52. buildingconcepts 111maplewood new building
  • 53. working with Destefano Architects of Portsmouth, NH we developed building concepts for a large office building for a anchor tenant as well as class ‘a’ speculative office space. the building design was to be reminiscent of mid-century ware- house/loft buildings
  • 54. buildingconcepts great bay kids company
  • 55. early concept sketches working with Destefano Architects of Portsmouth, NH we devel- oped building concepts for a large early childhood care complex for infants and children ranging in age from infants to 5 years old
  • 56. buildingconcepts “inventive designs that are brand exi stin icons that respresent the spirit and gb uild ing personality of their companies” existing building aerial view view toward runway building entry proposed office building | warehouse | jet hangar pease international tradport portsmouth, nh
  • 57. retrofitconcepts “a new fresh updated look that fits comfortably in its surroundings ” existing building proposed facade proposed retrofit of a former movie theater to a shopping center in portsmouth, nh
  • 58. buildingretrofits existing working with Destefano Architects of Portsmouth, NH we 111maplewood retrofit developed building concepts for the repositioning of a former regional newspaper headquarters into class ‘a’ office space
  • 59. existing
  • 60. retrofitconcepts working with Destefano Architects of Portsmouth, NH we epping farm renovation developed building concepts for the renovation of an old barn into office space for a local design/build company
  • 61. retrofitconcepts working with Brady Sullivan we provided concepts and presenation lofts at 5 franklin materials for the renovation and repositioning of a historic mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
  • 62. retrofitconcepts us hotels group working with US Hotels Group we provided concepts for the repostioning of a house into class A office space to be used for their corporate headquarters
  • 63. retaildesign element store design
  • 64. store design concepts Once a company that provided corporations and financial institutions with brand extensions and rewards programs Element looked to pursue and bricks and mortar presence. Working with element marketing reillystudios is designing a new branded retail environment. The goal is to create a bright, energetic experience utilizing cost effective, environmentally sensitive materials, and a color palette that reinforces the element brand.
  • 65. retailofficedesign reillystudios is currently working on a bean group “common office palette protomodel” for a real estate company that is expanding their network. The goal is to create a palette and kit-of-parts that could be utilized sales office while being able to be tailored to the local demographic. The offices would be a hoteling space that can act as a landing pad for agents.
  • 66. bean group’s meredith, nh office was the first roll-out to use the ‘common office palette’ opening in the 2010
  • 67. retaildesign
  • 68. retailfixtures displaysolutions themed kiosks self service •technology kiosks •white board displays •promotional kiosks •community displays •self service terminals •window displays •exterior merchandising •wayfinding / signage window displays
  • 69. on the boards various projects in design
  • 70. ourprocess “the design of a protomodel” The following is an example the process we take on all of our projects. It all starts with a understanding of your brand. Your personal brand or that of your company. The process is the same be it a home, hotel, or a new retail environment. 1 conceptual design 2 schematic design 3 design development • initial concept diagram • initial building concepts • final floor plan • revised building concepts • exterior computer rendering • building forms • initial interior concepts • concept floor plan • interior computer rendering
  • 71. “from an old burger king to an inspired branded financial retail environment” 4 example of implementation of the protomodel • existing burger king floor plan • existing burger king photo • computer visualizations renderings courtesy of Tangram3DS • final bank floor plan • photos of the finished project
  • 72. strong brands are all how we work about relationships • concepting, a la carte, or complete design services reillystudios believes in the power of relationships. • design collaboration with in house Relationships with your employees, your customers, marketing and retail delivery channel your shareholders and your local community. teams It is because of these relationships that we have • collaboration with your local architect created a design firm with the flexibility to collaborate and engineers in a way that best suits your needs. At reillystudios, we work to create a lasting relationship with you and • collaboration with corporate facilities those that work with you. group • collaboration with your ad agency or branding consultants • material sourcing or bidding to local trades with your general contractor • complete flexibility
  • 73. Ron Reilly, Principal/ Design Director Ron Reilly is an architectural designer with over twenty years experience in a broad range and scale of commercial, retail, corporate, and hospitality architecture. He is a versatile designer able to work in traditional, contextual, and contemporary architecture as appropriate for each clients unique program and region. With a wide range of expertise in all phases of various project types, he understands the various challenges and complexities of the planning and implementation of environments from the early concept through final construction. He has worked for a variety of large national design firms doing projects for a wide array of clients including GE, Fidelity, WSFS Bank, The White Barn Inn & Spa and Marriott International. Ron studied Architecture and Historic Preservation at Roger Williams College and The Boston Architectural Center.
  • 74. *all work and design product represented in this document has been done entirely by reillystudios llc or by Ron Reilly while at, or in collaboration with, other design firms. ** certain computer renderings courtesy of Tangram3DS and are copyrighted. All rights reserved.
  • 75. reilly studios llc one washington street dover, nh 03820 603-343-2298 ©2009 Reilly Studios LLC Design Collaborative. All rights reserved. Information, material, www.reillystudios.com and designs in this document are proprietary to and owned by Reilly Studios LLC. and may not be disclosed to any third party, reproduced, posted on a global computer information network, or distributed in any way without the written consent from Reilly Studios LLC .
  • 76. www.reillystudios.com