Taking its place among one-hundred-plus uppermost fashion brands in Miami’s Design District, the Grand Seiko boutique at 420 SF is every inch a showstopper. It reflects the allure of Madison Avenue’s high-end retail destination with the harmony of Japanese design principles, and is intended to attract serious watch collectors from around the world. The interior design pays homage to Seiko’s aesthetic: simplicity, purity, and practicality expressed in light and shadow. Encased in the sparkle of glass and the gleam of dark polished metal, each centimeter of boutique space is designed to evoke the shopper’s sensory experience and pleasure.
The Team included:
Designer of Record: YT Resolution Services LLC
Architect of Record: Synalovski Romanik Saye MEP
Engineer: ARPE Engineering Lighting
Consultant: Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design Structural
Engineer: Saad Elia El-Hage Consulting Engineers
General Contractor: Buildworks
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Regarding Joey Woodworth and the entire Buildworks team, we wholeheartedly recommend to hire them as General Contractors and to hire them early in the process. We are so pleased that we got Joey onboard sooner rather than later. He helped us in person by meeting with us frequently, talked to us on the phone countless times, and was diligent in answering our many questions about the costs and design of our house. His knowledge regarding the building code was extremely valuable during the planning stages with our architectural team. He literally saved us tens of thousands of dollars and shaved months off the planning and permitting process. We heard a lot of "horror stories" regarding GC's in Miami! Our experience was that Buildworks was responsive (returned phone calls and texts immediately), organized (showed up to every meeting totally prepared), transparent (honest about the costs and timelines), and dedicated to giving us the house we wanted. Please feel free to contact me regarding Joey Woodworth and Buildworks at any time.