Mike Wilkins is a Callison’s big architect and principal at Texas – USA. Wilkins founded the company in 1975 and has now over 1.000 employees and 11 offices. In his work, Wilkins always strives to bring passion, curiosity and integrity, things Callison stands for. Mike’s total approach to store design incorporates his considerable skills in contemporary architectural, color and materials, lighting design and merchandise presentation. He continually challenges himself and others to bring new thinking to clients competing in an overpopulated retail world. These reasons make Wilkins a big inspiration for the architecture industry. And that’s why we’ve pulled a selection of his architecture portfolio. See for yourself and find your own ideas and inspiration!
The renovation and expansion of the flagship in San Francisco’s famous Union Square completely changes the character of the store. A 50,000 sf addition to the existing building creates opportunities for growth on each of its six levels, enhancing the already strong designer apparel and fashion accessories businesses and establishing a new level of luxury for its customer service amenities.
Waikiki Beach resort
The scope of design included full room renovations featuring an expanded open-air bathroom, and masterpieces bedrooms, fulfilled with the best bedroom decor ideas! The design incorporates local materials and native Hawaiian themes in timeless contemporary design.
Parkson Kuala Lumpur, Darwish Holdings
Located in the open air center La Isla Shopping Village, Palacio de Hierro’s Cancun store evokes the feeling of an authentic, high-end Mexican beach house.
Drawing inspiration from the cultural heritage of Qatar and combining it with the modernity of the west gives 51 East a look and feel befitting its location and brand.
One of the leading department stores in Paris, Printemps is the very essence of Parisian life. Showcasing upscale brands in an aesthetic that reflects the rich history of France, Printemps focuses on beauty, lifestyle, fashion and accessories
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