Pearsons - Department Store
We have been entrusted with the design of the first floor of Pearson’s department store. Located in Enfield, Pearsons is one of Morley Stores seven department stores within the Greater London area. With a floor area totalling 32,000 sq ft we will be re designing customer flow, space planning and designing all departments including; women’s fashion, lingerie, childrenswear, toys and significant home departments. The fit out will be programmed for spring 2014.
New client - Dixons Department Store
Dixons, Whitehaven’s sole department store is to have a makeover. We have been asked to design and build their 106 cover restaurant on the top floor. We will be giving the restaurant a complete re brand to attract a younger clientele. A vibrant and fresh concept has been chosen and will give reference to the locality of Whitehaven shipping port and its position on the edge of the Lake District. In addition to the restaurant design we have been asked to look at the redesign of the entrance and 1st floor lobbies, as well as the branding entrance and graphics for the first floor hair salon. Store directories and way finding graphics will form part of the overall design package. The work will be carried out over a six week period completing in July this year.
New client - Saunton Golf Club
We have been asked to redesign the club house of Saunton Golf Club. The club has two courses, the East course being one of the top 100 golf courses in the UK. Open in 1897 the club has a vast history which will be incorporated into the design. The proposals include the dining lounge and bar which will be modernised and be brought in line with the course profile.
New client - Tone Leisure and Taunton Deane Council
Once again we are working with Tone Leisure in conjunction with Taunton Deane Council to design the reception, café, health spa and sports hall of the Wellington Sports Centre. The facilities will have a bright and energetic feel with a fresh colour palette. The work is due to be completed by this coming autumn.
New client - Mount Edgcumbe Hospice
JSA is working with Mount Edgcumbe Hospice based in St Austell, Cornwall, to provide an interior scheme reflecting a sense of wellbeing, cleanliness and comfort essential to all healthcare facilities. The nature of the hospice dictates a high level of cleanliness in terms of anti–microbial, waterproof and stain resistant properties of all the finishes and furniture throughout the building. A feeling of tranquility and serenity has been injected into the colour and finishes portraying the natural beauty of the surrounding area. The project is scheduled to be completed by February 2014
Ongoing work for Starbucks
Following the successful fit out of four Starbucks we are continuing to roll out the concept for Eurogarages. The next two sites are a drive through at Wakefield and a former Little Chef site at Hellingly. These will be followed by a further four sites which will be installed in the next quarter.
New client - Tone Leisure
JSA is working with Tone Leisure and the local council to refurbish the changing facilities and reception area at Ivybridge Leisure Centre. A new layout for the wet change area will give customers a much improved experience. The frontage and lobby areas will get a fresh look, with an improved retail area and reception desk. Dry change facilities will also be refurbished, with improved shower amenities and additional changing cubicles. The work is due to be completed by August 2013.
New store design concept - James Aubrey
The Associated Independent Stores group has asked us to come up with a design concept to house its own menswear brand, James Aubrey. JSA has come up with a concept that gives the brand the feel of a concession, giving it a more prominent identity. The look is typically British, with graphics and props used to accent the theme. A choice of schemes will enable AIS members to work with JSA to establish the best way to suit their needs.
Banburys Cafe and Bistro
Banburys department store in Barnstaple, Devon, recently acquired a bistro located between their department store on the High Street and the famous Barnstaple Pannier Market. We have been asked by Banburys to design a concept for thee bistro and generate a new name and identity for the restaurant. The concept will be based on an eclectic market feel giving it a relaxed informal interior. The exterior boasts a lovely spacious tree lined courtyard for dining which will be integrated with the interior space using informal table arrangements, awnings signage and planting.
New Client - Tj's
A refurbishment scheme has been designed by JSA for TJ’s seaside restaurant in Paignton. A newly designed servery will help create a more spacious free-flowing space, providing more seating, usable workspace and storage. The design reflects its seaside location and sea views with a strong nautical theme throughout, with sea blues and creamy yellows. The use of coloured wooden panelling and low level lighting has been used to create a more intimate dining experience.
We have taken on several new recruits recently to cope with the demand for our services and ensure we continue to provide the best customer service.
Daisy Hutson has joined us after graduating from Plymouth University with a BA honours degree in Spatial and Interior Design where she developed a range of skills in interior architecture including 3D computer modelling, presentation and technical drawing. Daisy is working as part of the design team, contributing to projects for both the retail and leisure sector.
Tanya Bala-Shaw joins JSA from a design consultancy specialising in international interior design projects in the residential and commercial sectors. Tanya completed a BA in Interior Design in 2008 and an MA in Interior Design in 2010 at Birmingham City University. Shortly after, she started working with Neolight design consultancy working on large scale hotels and residential projects in Dubai and Malaysia.
Danny Atkins completed a BA in Spatial and Interior Design in 2012 and has joined us as a junior designer. His Plymouth University course incorporated ‘live’ projects giving him real experience of practical working situations. His final years’ work was shown at New Designers at the Building Design Centre in London. Danny is contributing to our retail and leisure projects using his skills in Sketch Up and Photoshop.
Jenny Luxton trained with Marks and Spencer in commercial management and visual merchandising and has spent the last 12 years working in retail design. Her work with M&S included time in the company’s head office where she was an in-house retail interior designer in the Mens’ and Womenswear’ departments. Jenny went on to spend two years with Debenhams at its flagship store in Oxford Street as visual and brand manager before joining us last month.
Tom Potter brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in shopfitting detailing to our contracts team having spent the last 10 years as a carpenter and shop fitter. He continues to add to his skill base doing a day-release course at Plymouth University in Construction and the Built Environment.
OSPREY LONDON Refits
Jamieson Smith is continuing to work with OSPREY across its outlet stores, developing themes used in OSPREY LONDON to showcase an extended product range.
The refurbishment of OSPREY LONDON’S contemporary lifestyle store at the Hyde, St Albans was carried out by Jamieson Smith last year, providing a beautiful neutral backdrop for the unique merchandise. A modern take on an English dresser unit was incorporated in the design, with units painted in antique white, tongue and groove walls and a slate floor.
Daniel of Windsor
Jamieson Smith was commissioned with the design of a new extension to Daniel’s Windsor Store. The three floor extension included Homewares, Fashion Accessories, Childrenswear departments and a café.
Daniel first opened its doors in 1901 as a small drapers shop in Ealing. It is still family run with three stores in Windsor, Ealing and Chiswick with Daniel of Windsor the largest department store in the town.
The store has retained Jamieson Smith as consultants for merchandising, entrance presentation and a re-design of the Menswear and Lingerie departments.
Jamieson Smith’s relationship with Barbours is continuing with the contract to design and build the store’s fashion accessories department.
Jamieson Smith has already carried out the design of the Young Fashion Department based on a vintage shabby chic style which has proved very successful and increased trade for the store.
Jamieson Smith has been asked by Bradbeers to extend its cosmetic hall. Bradbeers is keen to strengthen and extend its current cosmetic and fragrance brands and the design will allow the store to introduce additional products. Better use will also be made of the windows for window displays.
Bradbeers has department stores in New Milton and Romsey and two furniture stores, one in New Milton and one at Hedge End, Southampton.
Barkers Shoe Department
Following the success of Barkers of Northallerton’s 1882 Cafe & Bistro, Jamieson Smith has been tasked to undertake the design and build of the store’s new Shoe, Handbags and Fashion Accessories Department.
The design will incorporate an eclectic feel through mixing merchandise with staged props, giving the customer a theatrical shopping experience. Textured finishes such as worn timber and beaten pewter metal will create an earthy feel to the department.
JSA has also completed work on the store’s cosmetics hall, creating a vintage modern style, combining traditional with bold and modern, subtle and classic and kitsch-retro.
We have been appointed by Parkwood Leisure to work on two more of their sites
Torbay Leisure Centre
Extension of the centre’s fitness suite: the work will be done within a four-week programme. Parkwood Leisure was keen for the gym to remain open throughout structural and decoration works.
Wonford Sports Centre
A six-week programme will see the complete refurbishment of the dry side changing facilities including new floor finishes, remodelling of shower areas, lighting and a fresh colour palette for both male and female changing areas.
New Client - Urban Salon
After working with Urban Salon architects on the menswear shoe brand ‘Oliver Sweeney’, Jamieson Smith has been asked to fit out the company’s new high spec offices in Stannary Street, London.
New Client - The Noodle House
Dubai’s The Noodle House is celebrating its tenth anniversary and entering the UK market with plans for 27 noodle house restaurants across Britain. The vibrant casual dining concept takes its inspiration from the food and nightlife of South East Asian cities and has proved extremely popular in 13 countries. We have been appointed to adapt the existing restaurant theme enabling it to be rolled-out into the British marketplace.
New Client - Fiorelli
The leading accessory brandhas asked us to design both their London showroom and exhibition stands forthe Clothes Show Live to be held at the NEC in December.
New Client - Billinge End Park Leisure Complex
We are pleased to announce that we are working on concepts for a luxury Leisure Complex within a private residential development in Blackburn. The scheme includes Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Fitness and Weights Studios - all designed with opulent stone, glass and timber finishes, and with scene-controlled mood lighting.
Creaseys Department Store
As part of an ongoing relationship with Creaseys of Guernsey we were approached with a brief to deliver a design for their new Home Store. The location is a beautiful three storey building in Smith Street, formerly trading as a Marks & Spencer. The store will sell a variety of home products and will include a new Café with roof terrace.
With the addition of new escalators and lift, the store will be more accessible and an exciting new addition to the Creaseys portfolio.
Latest new concession opens in Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge.
New Client - Starbucks & Euro Garages
We have been appointed by Euro Garages to fit out the new Starbucks Drive Thru at Windle Island, St Helens. Works are planned to commence this week with the unit open mid October
New Client - WeightWatchers
We are delighted to announce that we have recently been appointed by WeightWatchers to design evaluate their new lifestyle flagship store in Reading.
New Client - The Conran shop
We are pleased to announce that we have recently won a covetable design and build project for Conran Shops - Flagship Store
The new kitchen and dining concept will be situated within the Basement of the iconic Michelin building, situated on London’s Fulham Road.
New client - Trespass
We have been awarded the contract for the fit out of Trespass’s new unit at Trinity Walk, Wakefield.
Trespass is a privately owned sportswear brand selling clothing to be used outside, up hills, mountains on snow and in the rain.....
Working with Trespass’ architects Savills, the fit out of this 3000f² unit is due to commence very soon and is scheduled to open in August.
The project was won by competitive tender.
North Devon Leisure Centre -
The £1.5million re- design and build of North Devon Leisure Centre’s Swimming Pool and Changing Village has been completed.
The outcome is a bright and welcoming space with an open layout that is both spacious for customers, and much easier for the operator to manage. The revised layout also includes designated large family changing areas, open plan showers, team changing, and state-of-the-art accessible changing facilities.
The project took 6months to complete in total, and as part of a wider project our team have worked closely alongside North Devon District Council and Parkwood Leisure to ensure a successful result.
Jane Shilton concession -
We have been asked by Jane Shilton to roll out another eight mini refits.
The refits will refresh the shoe departments picking up on the key branding elements within the concept already developed.
We will also be rolling out another two full shopfits in Gainsborough and Dorchester this autumn.
Freshening up for Orvis - Bath
We are now working with Orvis to update and refresh the Ladieswear area within their Bath store. The brief is to update the area with a softer more feminine look.
Molo Kids - New client
We have just completed the refurbishment of former office space in Clerkenwell to create a new sales showroom for Danish Childrens clothing Brand Molo Kids the fabulous, funky Danish childrenswear designer.
Following the successful design of the men’s fashion floor, we have been asked by Barbour’s to design and build their ladies young fashion department. Expanding on their young fashion brands, the concept is based on a vintage shabby chic look and will be implemented in September this year. In tandem with their young fashion department we are also looking at freshening up the existing ambience and enhancing lines of vision through the cosmetic and fragrance main entrance.
Oliver Sweeney -
Harvey Nichols, London
Following the successful shopfit of two standalone stores in London- Covent Garden and Conduit Street, we continue to rollout the Oliver Sweeney concept for our client Amery Capital. Harvey Nichols department store will be the next site to be completed this summer.
New client - Orvis
Jamieson Smith have successfully completed their first full store design and fit-out for new client - Orvis - a family-owned retail and mail-order business which specialises in high-end fly fishing, hunting and sporting goods..
The project encompassed the relocation of Orvis’ existing Farnham store to a larger 2000 sq foot space which gave the perfect opportunity to look at a more contemporary store design that would sit comfortably alongside the traditional sporting brand. Clean lines of tongue & groove panelling compliment the rustic wood features, and quirky accents include the crate boot displays, and fitting rooms complete with fish wallpaper! The specialist Fly Fishing Area has been designed with expert attention to detail to house the famous Orvis rods, reels & flies, and the scheme utilises the company’s eye-catching corporate graphics to stunning effect, whilst embracing the company’s American sporting heritage.
New client - Heidi Klein
Heidi Klein opened its doors in 2002 and quickly became renowned as the one-stop-shop for the perfect holiday wardrobe. Whether it is for bare foot chic or super yacht glamour, Heidi Klein offers a diverse range of stylish yet practical swimwear, clothing and accessories. We have been asked to develop concepts to unify their two London stores and their concession situated in Liberty’s department store. Based on an American Hamptons feel, the warm white tones, soft graceful fabrics and white louvered rafts enhance the holiday feel.
Browns Department Store
Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough
We're delighted to announce that we are working with Browns department store once again.
Appointed to plan, design and build the interior of their newly acquired 10,000sq ft unit. The envelope of the department store will consist of cream ceramic tile, real wood distressed oak flooring together with new brickwork panels formed in vast arches designed to allow the exterior of the site to link fluently with the interior space. The project is due on site in May with a completion date of August.
Funky new washrooms -
The first phase of Barkers new customer washrooms is complete.
Elements of nature have been injected into the design creating a lively and striking environment. This photograph illustrates the ladies cloakroom where large laminated panels depict summer scenes of bluebell woods, sunflower and poppy fields. Accent colours of red and lime green highlight the wash basins and finish off the vibrant look.
Frank Bird - Northumberland Morpeth
We have just successfully completed a design and shop fit for independent menswear retailer Frank Bird, known since 1939 for supplying the finest ranges of menswear.
Our brief was to create a masculine but luxurious feel which we created through the use of modern flocked wallpapers with angular brushed chrome and glass fixtures. A palette of greys and timber flooring were used alongside silver mirror frames and silver effect shades.
Barkers of Northallerton are expanding their Cafe, which will now have an entrance to the main store at first floor level, forming a mezzanine over the arcade. The extensive work will also encompass an adjacent retail space on ground floor level and office space at first floor level. This will enable the new café to cater for approximately 160 covers.
The cafe will have a relaxed, eclectic feel, with inspiration taken from loft style galleries. Local artists will have the opportunity to feature their work, ensuring that there will always be something new and exciting to see. Retro style furniture combined with modern materials will add to the themed areas which include ‘the library’, ‘the conservatory’ and ‘the sewing room’, creating a varied vintage look. The new cafe will be open for the summer.
The OSPREY LONDON brand is soon to complete the refurbishment of its contemporary lifestyle store at The Hyde, St. Albans. In addition to their outlet store, OSPREY HOME will be retailing gifts for men and women, as well as jewellery and furniture. The look is a modern take on the English dresser unit, with all the units painted in antique white, with tongue and grooved walls, and a slate floor. The shopfit provides the perfect neutral backdrop for the beautiful and unusual merchandise.
Existing clients plan additional stores…
Oliver Sweeney, Jane Shilton and Peter Jones are all opening new sites after promising sales figures.
2011 Review book
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