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Whole Foods Highland Village Grand Opening

DLE fabricated and installed decor at the Highland Village Whole Foods Market. It is the first Whole Foods in Denton County, near Dallas and Fort Worth. We were glad to help execute and craft the store experience for the community there!

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Whole Foods Market Oracle Reopening

DLE designed the layout and interior architecture for the reopening of Whole Foods Market at the Casas Adobes Plaza on August 27, 2014. The store was closed for a year, as it was rebuilt from a 16,000 to a nearly double 31,000 square foot store. Read more to see photos of the store interior under construction.

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Market Bistro by Price Chopper Featured on Progressive Grocer

Check out this video of a recently opened 100,000 square foot food retail project that DLE worked on for several years. Taking over from another design firm, we created the concept design, from the layout, architectural interior design, and the decor and signage.

Market Bistro by Price Chopper from John Callanan on Vimeo.

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A Standing Ovation for Price Chopper’s Market Bistro

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Photo by Bill Gibeault

DL English worked with Price Chopper Super Markets to help push their brand forward with their new Market Bistro. The new food experience received a glowing review by Story Mavericks, saying:

Market Bistro is a distinct place, an experience that offers an ESCAPE from the ordinary, an ESTHETIC delight of sorts with its bold design, an ENTERTAINING place to explore anything food and finally, an opportunity to EDUCATE one’s self in the fine art of cooking.

Read the original review here.

First Whole Foods in New Hampshire Includes DLE Designed Pub

Opened August 19, 2014, the Nashua, New Hampshire Whole Foods Market features J.Bartlett’s Public House, a 50 seat pub. It is the first Whole Foods in the North Atlantic region to feature an in-store pub and restaurant, with 32 craft beers on top, wood-oven pizza and smoked meats!

DLE designed the pub’s layout, interior architecture, materials and finishes, and furniture.

http://www.nhbr.com/August-22-2014/Nashua-Whole-Foods-gets-final-touches-before-opening/

Gelson’s interior, La Cañada Flintridge

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Take a look at our latest store! Crowds are still thronging the new Gelson’s Supermarket in La Cañada Flintridge, CA. DL English designed the vast interior, including all fixtures, flooring, finishes, architectural elements, soffits, decor, as well as indoor and outdoor seating areas, giving the Gelson’s brand a makeover with fresh local flair. The Gelson’s at Long Beach was the first store to benefit from this new approach. Read about the La Cañada opening in this article from The Shelby Report.

DL English Design wins design awards for two projects!

ID AwardDL English won design awards for two innovative Whole Foods Market projects in 2013, in Oxnard and Newport Beach, California. Both were selected as Honoree & Finalist in the Food Retail category of Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Year 2013.

Whole Foods Market | Oxnard, California

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DLE’s work on the Oxnard store was selected as Finalist in Interior Design Magazine’s Food Retail category. We put Whole Foods’ values of sustainability and restoration into practice by creating a space that is aesthetically appealing yet carefully crafted with the environment in mind.

Whole Foods Market | Newport Beach, California

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DLE’s design for the Newport Beach store was also a Best-of-Year Honoree. The theme of this decor package was inspired by Whole Foods’ commitment to environmental preservation along with the famous natural setting of the area. The interior architecture is defined by stepped soffits of reclaimed wood and angled eyebrows like the layered bluffs carved out by the ocean over time.

Decor for Lazy Acres in Long Beach has modern, agrarian feel

Lazy Acres Long Beach CA

“We wanted to make sure that ‘lazy’ brought to mind, not what we usually think of as lazy,” says Deborah English, “but slow cooking and real food, a simpler time, to slow down the shopping, wanting people to hang out and linger and feel comfortable.”

She adds, “We thought it was really appropriate to take more of an adapted reuse, or repurposed, approach. We want the customer, when they walk into the store, to walk into something they know, have familiarity with. That’s very important in food retailing—that you can walk in and figure it out and understand what you’re doing.” See more images here. Read about the new store in this article from The Shelby Report.

Deborah English talks about engaging retail consumers at IDSA-LA

IDSA-LADLE President Deborah English was invited to speak by the Los Angeles Chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA-LA) in a special lecture series on leadership in design. She shared emerging retail food trends and gave insight on how she and her company design to engage retail consumer experiences. DL English focuses on research-based design and is known for discovering design solutions that are intuitive and authentic. She discussed some ways in which DLE uses its expertise in niche market design to create locally-tailored community stores.

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